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1-25-2010 @ 6:04PM
Having heard this music, it's certainly not something that would accompany an epic battle. Assuming that the battle against the Lich King will be such an encounter, it's unlikely to show up during the encounter proper. Though seeing him commune with the ghost of his father during the patch announcement trailer.... well, who knows really. Maybe, even after all the evil acts he's committed, he'll be fighting a desperate fight to simply survive.As The Tick eloquently put it: - This is what we call the dénouement. That's French for "when we beat up the supervillain."However, there is another possibility which also must be addressed. It assumes that the theme takes place after the battle, and it certainly sounds like something that could accompany a noble sacrifice. Exactly like one particular rumour, you could say:Sounds like someone else assuming the role of the Lich King.Uther's ghost definitely made a nod towards this in the Halls of Reflection, and the rumours as to whom is going to assume the Frozen Throne is still unknown and hotly debated. Perhaps whomever makes through that fire will need a cold seat to cool off afterwards. And with a slight bit of irony, I just realized one of the prime candidates is literally on fire.But yes, the theme is fitting for someone making a noble sacrifice.... of sorts.
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