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1-09-2010 @ 7:18AM
Wow. Again.I thus far have not read any of the older novels yet, just Ashbringer and the 1st volume of the Varian Wrynn back-story thing (it gets to the point when he's about to go back to SW and then stops *_*).I hadn't thought about Gul'dan wanting to take the horde to Azeroth himself, that was quite a cool concept as a desperate race for something to destroy.Also, Icehart, you are 100% right, I hadn't thought about that either.Now that I think about it, the only major lore characters that spring to mind that WOULD pass up absolute power (and corruption) would be....Tirion Fordring,Jaina ProudmooreThrall.Varok Saurfang.Tyrande Whisperwind (maybe, you saw what she did in the Illidan's prizon).Malfurion Stormrage.Brann Bronzebeard (I guess? Brann as an expansion antagonist would be super weird and cool at the same time, he just doesn't fit into any major story-lines as a bad guy or a good guy, he simply... explores.).Sylvannas (Ironically, she probably knows not to trust demons).Vol'Jin (Probably? I want more lore about him, he seems really cool but takes the role of tails in a Sonic the Hedgehog game :S).Cairne Bloodhoof (And his son).
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