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10-19-2009 @ 3:40PM
here's an answer to the burrowing question:you know how it took a week for each new boss to be implemented? well the Jormungars (Jormungai?) were the first boss and Anub was the last boss (weeks later). the nerubians took a month to get under there after they found out the tournament grounds were built and we were fighting those badies. what better place to conceal a carefully crafted "trap door" than the place where we were all fighting to prove ourselves worthy of fighting the lich king?you reply, "but you fight them all at once!" and i say "thats like saying that every other boss in WoW should be removed after you first down him/her/it. on release they weren't all out at once. if you downed the first boss and couldn't fight him again because you've killed him moved onto the next boss in the tourney next week, there wouldn't be much gear would there?"
10-19-2009 @ 3:58PM
Easier answer:The ground wasn't that thin. Arthas is a big baddie using a lot of folks that tunnel. They waited until the worms had made convenient tunnels in the ground under the floor and used those to weaken it enough to shatter when he did some super mojo spell (which triggered a bunch of explosives) and so he used their own fighters against them.
10-19-2009 @ 6:29PM
@Angus"Easier answer:A wizard did it!"Fixed.
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