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2-02-2010 @ 8:06AM
The Death Knight starting area quests. *shudder* As someone who always makes good (rather than evil) decisions in video games, those quests were painful to do.
2-02-2010 @ 8:39AM
Actually, I kinda liked 'em.Muwahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!
2-02-2010 @ 9:25AM
I think anybody that is bothered by the Death Knight quests should seriously reconsider playing a Death Knight.Which is probably Blizzard's intent.
2-02-2010 @ 10:26AM
exactly why I stopped playing one and refuse to do the undead quests. I am not interested in killing the innocent
2-02-2010 @ 10:58AM
I agree, Gamer, though probably the thing that made it worse was on that same Death Knight, I galloped into the Scarlet Enclave a while later, looked at all that destruction and went "... I did that..."I hearthed soon after.
2-02-2010 @ 11:06AM
The early salient into the Scarlet Enclave can be a little unnerving, but the message and purpose of the death knight quest chain are redemptive; even uplifting. The Lich King's duplicity is so great that it breaks the bonds of Darion Mograine's soul, allowing the betrayed highlord to manumit the death knights under his command and ally with Stormwind and Orgrimmar against the Scourge. Acts of the Ebon Blade from that point are in service of good -- more than one could ask of those once raised in the name of evil.
2-02-2010 @ 7:49PM
I relished killing the Scarlet fanatics on my new DK. I figure if it weren't for me, they'd be out on some Inquisition to burn innocents at the stake as witches or whatnot. They got what they deserved, and deserved what they got. Scarlet Apocalypse ftw.
2-02-2010 @ 9:18PM
"I relished killing the Scarlet fanatics on my new DK. I figure if it weren't for me, they'd be out on some Inquisition to burn innocents at the stake as witches or whatnot."They would've gotten a fair amount of Apothecaries in the mix if it weren't for you bloody Death Knight interlopers. To make an omelet, you have to burn a few eggs at the stake...
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