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12-31-2009 @ 8:16AM
Obsidian Sanctum. It took me /ages/ to figure out what was going on in there, as it's not explained in-game at all; apparently there's a book about it though. Apparently Sartharion is a lackey for Neltharion, who as we all know by now is a Big Bad.The Vault of Archavon is another one; what justification do we have for beating up those poor delicious loot pinatas?
12-31-2009 @ 8:17AM
You answered your own question I believe.
12-31-2009 @ 8:19AM
Justification? For loot pinatas? Um... I thought that *was* the justification...
12-31-2009 @ 3:37PM
Ironically, Archavon knows that we're fighting over his vault, and he knows that we want the "Lewts" from it.If you read his journal, you will see that he actually listens to us fighting (and preparing to fight him) outside, and fall asleep to the sound of it.He is protecting the loot, but for some reason he also wants us to have it, and sneaks out at night, gathering up all the armour scraps from dead soldiers and uses it to repair himself and make new titan loot.Its a very weird storyline and it supposedly stands true for all 4 watchers (Koralon, Toravon, Emalon and the big guy himself).But we must remember that this is a very important milestone, as this is the first enemy boss to have a lore reason for respawning, just lie the wolvarr are the only NPC race to notice respawning!A lot of breaking the 4th wall this Xpac! :D
12-31-2009 @ 10:45AM
In Obsidian Sanctum, Sartharion is guarding a host of Twilight Drakes and their eggs for Deathwing. Twilight Drakes are experiments of Sintharia, Deathwing's consort, and once she died Deathwing decided to take over her experiment. Twilight Drakes are really powerful and strong against other dragons.
1-01-2010 @ 12:58PM
Toia: hmm, when you put it that way, he reminds me a little of Grendel.Not the Grendel as traditionally portrayed in Beowulf, but the first-monster retelling in "Grendel, Grendel, Grendel," etc.
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