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1-02-2011 @ 5:57PM
If you guys don't mind I'd like to paste in two comments I wrote earlier on this site regarding Lilian's future:"Lilian Voss - I think it's a shame they bought in the best ever undead character after Wrath, she could have done some serious damage in Northrend. I hope someday they let alliance characters meet her as well.I think she could become a complex and growing character, a hesitant leader of a new movement to bring down the Scarlet Crusade, not by mindlessly slaughtering them like the Ebon Blade, but instead trying to save the recruits and with the players help counteract their brainwash. She could provide an alternative to Sylvanas, revert to being a good person at heart, a believer in clean slates to everyone (Horde AND Alliance) willing to help her save others from her own fate.""@N-train: No-no I completely agree with you - at this point Lilian is a really badass single-minded killing machine out for revenge and definitely not leadership material. But that's exactly my point, just imagine how fascinating it would be to watch someone like that wake up to the futility and pointlessness of revenge and then start to walk on her own path rejecting both sides (the Scarlet Crusade and the Forsaken) who tried to tell her who she should be and what she should do.The purple flame she's burning with could be a sign that she has the affinity for priesthood and through that for the Light itself. And her lifelong training and the pain tolerance she earned with it could be the beginning of an entirely new chapter on how the Forsaken relate to and use the Light. Just imagine, a group of undead embracing the Light, becoming it's true disciples on Azeroth and with its power slowly evolving physically into something completely new!"
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