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4-27-2011 @ 7:19PM
I'm not gonna lie i'm excited. I havent done any of the current tier or raiding because, well, if im honest- i just didnt care about the bad guys, this isn't some random thing like alakir or one of deathwings little lackies this is the culmination of hyjal- the only post 60 zone i felt actually felt like took place during a cataclysm and the culmination of its plot in such a great looking raid has me much more excited than the bastion of twilight whos only incentive was the final quest in twilight highlands which was basically "that cho'gall really is a shit, lets hope *someone* deals with him, hint-hint".This is something that feels much more in line with the actual 'cataclysm' point of the expansion.time to finish grabbin' my tier gear i suppose.
4-27-2011 @ 8:18PM
You know that Cho'gall was a former major player in the lore, being Gul'dan's apprentice (who was himself Ner'zhul of Lich King fame's apprentice), right? Cho'gall's not some random NPC, and he's blessed by the Old God C'thun. (Granted, the last part only was revealed in the comics, but still, in Warcraft 2 he was a hero unit.
4-28-2011 @ 4:29AM
Yeah, but unfortunately, for all that Cho'gall SHOULD be a major figure, the only thing he's done IN WoW has been... what? I can't even remember, besides that he cooked himself up a scary weapon of purported scariness. I really wish Cho'gall had been given more time to run around and have a visible impact before he was stuck into a raid. Blizzard really could have putting more effort into telling their story IN the game, rather than relying on people to have read all the peripheral and precursor materials to understand the significance of who they were beating the purples out of. Cho'gall was wasted. They should have done so much more with him.
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