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1-02-2011 @ 3:29PM
While Lillian Voss is nowhere to be found, in Western Plaguelands there's a young forsaken lady who looks exactly like her with a different name, the same blue glowing eyes and a nifty black uniform, surrounded by SC corpses smouldering purple flame. So it seems she has adopted a cunning disguise. My real point of interest in what the hell class is she meant to be anyway? I want to murder people with purple flame and jedi mind powers and find myself stymied in this respect.
1-02-2011 @ 3:48PM
If I remember correctly from levelling through there a month ago, that person is not Lillian Voss...but it is someone familiar. If there were a spoiler tag on here, I'd even post who it is, but the name is mentioned in this article.
1-02-2011 @ 8:52PM
Can someone post the name? I don't recall seeing that person. (Put a spoiler warning on it if you want.)
1-02-2011 @ 9:36PM
I think her class would be "Tribute to Jack from Mass Effect 2."Come on, super-mega-ultra powerful, made powerful as a kid, seeking revenge, not quite right in the head.... What else could she be? :P
1-02-2011 @ 10:35PM
Anyone remember the Raven Priests from Northrend? I suspect that some of Mal'Ganis's finaglin with the Crusade that gave them these new powers has to do with the purple flame... if she is to be a class, I'd guess something with demonic magic, so Warlock perhaps?
1-02-2011 @ 11:16PM
This to me just seems like Shadow Priest magic--more specifically the new Shadowfrost kind we got in Cataclysm. Except Lilian Voss here can use it in a much more deliciously flexible manner.
1-03-2011 @ 3:10AM
I'm pretty sure she's a (at least partial) tribute to Liliana Vess (http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=205961). Their stories are different, but the name is unmistakable, and the powers are similar (in that they're both "evil".)
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