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2-27-2010 @ 6:15PM
In the BC sound files there is dialog from the slaying of Mannaroth by Thrall and Grom. It sounds like they planned to do a CoT instance there but it hasn't materialized yet. Maybe they're going to do it in Cata?
2-27-2010 @ 6:21PM
That is from a quest in Nagrand where Thrall summons the image to show Garrosh that his father died honorably instead of disgraced.
Those sound files were from the culmination of a Horde quest chain in Nagrand, where Thrall visits Garadar and uses the elements to show Garrosh the heroic actions of his father, Grom.
those files are for the quest in Nagrand where you stop Garrosh form being emo and Thrall shows him an image of how his father died killing Mannoroth.
2-27-2010 @ 6:24PM
Those sound files are used in a Horde quest in Nagrand.
2-27-2010 @ 6:27PM
Actually, that probably goes to a rather long quest chain in Garadar, Nagrand. At the end of it Horde characters could summon Thrall to Garadar where he would use magic to show the Mag'har orcs how Grom died fighting Mannaroth.
2-27-2010 @ 6:34PM
What they said.
2-27-2010 @ 6:42PM
Pretty sure those would be from the end of a quest chain in Nagrand, which culminates in Thrall replaying the events of The Death of Hellscream cinematic from the end of Warcraft III's orc campaign.
2-27-2010 @ 6:49PM
Its for the event in Nagrand where Thrall shows Garrosh what his father did for the Horde.
2-27-2010 @ 6:56PM
Hmmm. Actually that makes me think. What we really need to do is go back in time and stopping Thrall from doing that. Then Garrosh would still be being Emo back in Garadar and not in Northrend/Orgrimmar being a giant douche.
2-27-2010 @ 7:13PM
Horde. Nagrand. Quest. Some other stuff.
2-28-2010 @ 12:57AM
2-28-2010 @ 9:18AM
It's a horde quest in nagrand, and it appears longer than your average questline or chain
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