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8-09-2010 @ 4:34PM
Well, without getting to see the event in game, all we can do is wait, but I'd imagine you could pretty easily imagine why Rommath didn't go off with Kael when M'uru was taken to the Sunwell. Because he wasn't invited.Imagine, then, you are Rommath. You've done everything and more that Kael'Thas has asked of you. You've recreated Silvermoon's mages and directed their powers towards recreating the city itself! No one deserves a more rightful share of the praise for that feat than you. You helped create the new Blood Knights. You're personally responsible for an entirely new and creative way to harness the Light and imbue it into mortal champions. You stand loyal and ready with a handful of some of the most amazing triumphs in the history of your people to your credit, and what happens?Your prince returns as a degenerate mockery, a twisted, fel addicted shell of himself who attacks his own people and steals M'uru away. STEALS! He doesn't command, he doesn't reclaim his place, he STEALS it like a thief in the night. He harms HIS OWN PEOPLE! And worst of all, he ABANDONS YOU.A great shock. A huge blow to the ego. Rommath finds himself not just abandoned, but forgotten... the recreation of the Sin'dorei mages, the reconstruction of Silvermoon, the use of the Naaru to create the Blood Knights, none of it even rated a visitation. Worse yet, when the Sunwell is fully restored it's revealed that you were a pawn of the Naaru all along. It played you, tricked you, used you to recteate the Sunwell and 'redeem' the Blood Elves. It stole their loyalties and forced Kael'Thas to the depths he sank to! The prince would never have forgotten you if not for it!Clearly, your people are the ones who turned away from the true path. Not you.
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