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5-14-2010 @ 5:07PM
I can almost smell the revolution..:D OOOooooooooohhhh can't wait!!!! Cata is going to make the game advance so immensely lore-wise!
5-14-2010 @ 5:40PM
That's just coffee... DAMN FINE coffee
5-14-2010 @ 6:09PM
If there isn't AT LEAST an NPC named Cooper, I will be wildly disappointed in Blizzard.If every single character in the battleground is a reference to Twin Peaks and a picture of David Lynch's head replaces the sun in the skybox I'll be impressed.
5-14-2010 @ 6:58PM
It better have a backwards-talking Dwarf in it.
5-15-2010 @ 3:30AM
At this rate the Horde'll be going into battle with a WWWAAAAAAAGGGHHH warcry.
5-15-2010 @ 5:31AM
I think this is going the way of Garrosh will tear apart the Horde forcing Thrall to return and take action. I think we will see the Spirt of Grom play a big part in it to like King Menthil did in Wrath.Maybe Garrosh will march on the Emerald Dream, Thrall and Spirit of Grom will stop him but it will be to late causing some problem in the Emerald Dream. So leading to the next expansion.
5-15-2010 @ 6:14AM
Don't be so quick on jumping at Garrosh. I have personally hated Garrosh throughout the WotLK content-cycle but there are quest chains in the Cataclysm alpha that will make you change your perception of him.As to why the Dragonmaw are backed by the Horde, think about it; the Dragonmaw failed Deathwing at both Grim Batol and Outland (although Outland was only by proxy since they were dealing with Sinestra there). Now Deathwing isn't exactly the forgiving type so it could be that the Dragonmaw are trying to regain their honour. It will also allow them to make up with the Red Dragonflight (although it'd probably take multiple generations to do so).
5-15-2010 @ 7:52AM
Someone should be muttering "She's De-ead . . . Wra-apped . . . in plastic"
5-15-2010 @ 10:38AM
This is gonna be awesome, I hope I see backwards talking dwarfs.
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