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4-10-2010 @ 9:31PM
Tabasa: No, the New Plague has been shown to have a variety of effects throughout the testing process. Given that the undead had no problems creating a plague that simply kills (quests as early as Brill have you testing plague on victims that simply die, and that could be seen as failure) it seems they're trying for a different effect.The Forsaken Plague is based on the original Plague that created the Scourge in the first place. So it's a fair bet that it has the potential to raise the victims up from the dead. The New Plague that Putress unleashed may or may not have been 'to specification' for Sylvanas's intentions. He certainly wasn't under her orders when he attacked the combined Alliance/Horde forces at the Wrathgate. So the plague that Sylvanas ordered and the plague that was actually created may very well be two different things.Eldoron: What game do YOU play? Because I seem to remember a whole bunch of red dragons swooping in and laying waste to the Wrathgate area with cleansing fire. So even if the New Plague that was unleased there had the potential for raising new Forsaken (and I'm not saying it did), there was certainly no chance to see that in action.(heck, as long as we're speculating, maybe the reason Bolvar Fordragon survived was that he was raised up as a Forsaken by the New Plague. I mean, as long as we're tossing out stuff with no proof one way or another...)
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