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7-13-2009 @ 6:09PM
Do you foresee a Titan-based expansion, and if so, what would be the reason for their return?
7-13-2009 @ 6:22PM
To be honest, I think that a Titan themed expansion would be a good idea, particularly if it focused on the Pantheon's fight against Sargeras and the Burning Legion. However, I think that a bit of Titan lore has been covered in Ulduar.
7-13-2009 @ 10:15PM
That disease is colloquially known as "Staghelm's Syndrome" after a famous sufferer.
7-14-2009 @ 3:21AM
I don't really think Sargeras will be a boss any time soon... considering that with his death, that would pretty much halt WoW's story progression. So much of the current warcraft lore is caused by Sargeras, both directly and in-directly. Since he formed the burning leagion, anything that was caused by them could be attributed to him. The sundering, Medhiv's corruption, the arrival of the orcs from dreanor, the creation of the Lich King, and rumor has it that the "emerald nightmare" is caused by the very angry spirit of Archemonde. So much of WoW can be traced back to Sargeras that I think if he were to become a boss it would be either A) a fight similar to the Sunwell in which you merely prevent him from entering Azeroth but don't actually kill him or B) the final end-all boss of WoW on the final expansion. Plus, there are so many other things Blizzard could have us tackle before sending us after the rogue titan.
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