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1-28-2010 @ 8:35PM
"Ragnaros may be back, but he's not in Molten Core."Molten Core was merely a setback!
1-28-2010 @ 8:53PM
I believe we all know what the new and improved Ragnaros instance will look like: http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/moltencore/
1-28-2010 @ 8:55PM
we just kicked his ass back to the elemental plane in MCand remember we summoned him BEFORE he got his full power, so this time his comming back, fully loaded and very very angry about what we didread/heard somewhere that he will go after northdrasil, and malfurion himself will come from the emerald dream to help us
1-28-2010 @ 11:14PM
I just had a thought...is the new Ragnaros 2.0 able to move? He was impressive enough in MC when he was rooted in place, but if he moves around in his new, fully powered version, that would be incredible.
1-29-2010 @ 12:02PM
Zurkka: Malfurion is trapped in the Emerald Dream and would probably have returned if he had been able to ages ago. If he comes back now it also takes a key lore point out of the premise for an expansion that we might travel into the emerald dream during, so even if they take him out of the emerald dream for Cataclysm, I wouldn't support it despite how incredibly badass it would be to fight beside Malfurion himself.
1-29-2010 @ 12:42PM
@jinra.I hate to spoil your dreams, but the word on the street is Malfy is coming back as part of the next council of tirisfal. Thats the rumor at least, which is slightly supported by the preview back a month or 2 ago from the next WoW Comic. With the Malfurion book coming out soon, I wouldn't be surprised if the lore behind Malfys return is within the book and anyone who wants to know how he freed himself will have to buy said book. Just my 2cents though.
1-29-2010 @ 1:51PM
Just the right time Executus!Just the right time!
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