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5-15-2011 @ 9:36PM
Uh, the human campaign in Reign of Chaos is called the Scourge or Lordaeron. The undead campaign involved the Scourge razing Dalaran. Considering the undead campaign in TFT is basically the rise of the Forsaken, I would assume Gilnaeas was attacked before the Night Elves became involved? Am I mistaken? There were plenty of loose Scourge about Lordaeron during TFT, but I thought the wall was built by then?I thought Jitters had already found the Scythe and lost it again before vanilla launched. I mean there was that journal, but I hadn't really quested in Duskwood to know if the Worgen were still getting reinforcements or if they were simply there already and attacking, possibly spreading the curse to account for the appearance of reinforcements?I also don't recall it going back to Duskwood after Grizzly Hills.So by my reckoning:Arugal had it during the third war.Then who knows how Velinde got it, but she was on her way to visit and learn more when Duskwood happened. My guess would be that Arugal wanted it back (or one of his "sons" did) and sent for it. It could even be that Velinde was met in Duskwood and the resulting battle over the Scythe led to her disappearance. Either way, it got back to Pyrewood after we adventurers ended Arugal.While we are in Outland, Arthas attacks and realizing what an awesome weapon that is, gets Arugal, then the Scythe, to Grizzly Hills.I always thought it was about this time, left unchecked in the absence of the Scythe (or their master), that the Worgen invaded Gilnaeas and begins the starting area.Now either the real scythe never made it to Grizzly Hills, or after we stop Arugal again one of the trappers decides to play with it where they knew Arugal learned and returned with it. Chances are that either way, he didn't live long, and the continued assault on Gilnaeas resulted in the Scythe migrating south with it.
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