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2-07-2011 @ 2:19PM
I wish to beg a favour: For someone to ask during the lore panel (If there is one) one of the following questions:1) "Why is it that Fandral Staghelm, the only druid with a personality that wasn't just 'derp nature', had to get corrupted just to big up Malfurion?"2) "The mandate of the Bronze Dragonflight is to prevent and correct alterations to the timeline, whether for good or ill, yet with our aid Chromie changed the events of the battle of Darrowshire. Why was this allowed?"
2-07-2011 @ 3:58PM
I always think of Chromie as being a bit of a rebel. Either that or it's like the scenario in Fringe with Walter, Peter and the Watcher.
2-07-2011 @ 4:16PM
I think there's a lot of potential with the Infinites that's probably just going to get ignored in favour of making them just another group of bad guys to mug. I mean, Blizzard could have played up the "good vs order" struggle between them and the Bronzes more. Instead, all we've had so far is Bronze NPCs declaring the Infinites' plans to cause problems instead of cure them, and Infinite members behaving like moustache-twirling Dick Dastardlies.If I'm wrong, though--if they're attempting to mess with the War of the Ancients to take down Deathwing and hopefully save the Blue Dragonflight in the process--my grin will probably tear my face in twain, especially if the Bronzes actively say "We're wrong to stop them, but we can't rebel against our mandate," causing many of them to seek to defy fate and causing the creation of the Infinite Dragonflight in the first place.
2-07-2011 @ 5:01PM
That's actually an incredibly interesting idea.
2-07-2011 @ 11:17PM
Mind is blown.Now that would be a great story!
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