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11-04-2009 @ 9:45AM
Mankrik's wife:"We battled in a small tauren camp when we were separated--she held three of the Bristlebacks off by herself. But the odds began to overwhelm us. I led some away only to see her overwhelmed by newcomers. In my rage, I turned to face my enemies, but they brought me down easily with their vast numbers.I awoke to a tauren druid tending my wounds--he had come across me on the Gold Road as I fell.Please, , find some sign of my wife. "Doesn't that smell suspicious to you? He "led some of them away"? An orc, admitting fleeing while his WIFE was staying in combat? For that matter, why didn't he ask you to REZ his wife? I think he WANTED her dead, and then cried crocodile tears to get the sympathy of adventurers or to get rid of a strangely huge pile of Boar Hunter Capes and Grassland Sashes lying behind him.I think she should be gone....and Deathwing should bring her back as some terrible, massive, 100' tall evil boss (the new 40-man world boss) who broke open the land ripping her way out of Hell, and now stomps the lands formerly known as the Barrens seeking vengeance for her betrayal and murder. Oh, and anyone that did the quests for her husband? She gets +10% damage against them. >:)
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