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7-26-2009 @ 8:55PM
He didn't forget. He even mentioned the Gilneas stuff before he went on his idea. He has just about as any right to speculate as you do on what might be the story behind it.Besides, there are sources for Worgen beyond Arugal. The Scythe of Elune, for example. If it's true that both the Emerald Dream and the Maelstrom are in the next expansion, then the Worgen could be creatures of a world like the Emerald Dream...or even the Emerald Dream itself. [their "big bad" is the Emerald Flame, after all]And if it's just the Maelstrom next expansion, then the Arugal Worgen could have reason to expose themselves because of what the naga are doing to their coastline in Gilneas. Either way, the Emerald Dream explanation would help with their ties with the Alliance, as the good king Varian doesn't seem to be one who would enjoy having such company unless a group in the Alliance already supports them.
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