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4-25-2011 @ 3:29PM
It's not letting me watch the video
4-25-2011 @ 3:34PM
Okay, got it now...Hot...DamnThis is easily one of the coolest patch trailers I've seen. The boss fights look amazing, the voice-acting was surperb, and the threat really seems real this time. I can't wait to hear that nasal wail again as I kick some zandalari butt!
4-25-2011 @ 4:15PM
Cool indeed, but I'm a little bit saddened. They WERE the greatest empire (empires) in the world, and now they're trying to reunite. But then Voljin walks away and he sent the players to go into ZG and ZA and stop them.Guess what? The players are going to win. So in the canon, this "rise of the Zandalari" will be stopped by 5 adventurers. So sad indeed, seeing that their attempt to rebuild their empire once again falls.Can someone cover it in the next Know Your Lore or so, why do we have to kill them, other than "before they kill us" type of thing? And if they're trying to rise as a mightly empire again, why does it automatically mean war on the Horde (or Alliance for that matter)?
4-25-2011 @ 4:27PM
-In the canon, Vol'jin kills them. Not 5 random people. Varian killed Onyxia, for example, not us.-They blatantly declare war on us in the end of the video.
4-25-2011 @ 5:37PM
I kind of hope we fail to stop them.
4-25-2011 @ 6:30PM
I remember them saying that this is just the beginning of the storyline. I imagine there's gonna be a raid or two before this storyline is over.
4-25-2011 @ 7:36PM
You see, this is us killing the Gurubashi and the Amani. We haven't fought the Zandalari yet, and we will probably have to. looking forward to a troll raid in patch 4.4(or 4.2 if they release 2 raids) assuming they continue the pattern of every other patch is a raid, and every odd one is a dungeon patch.
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