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5-19-2011 @ 8:10AM
How about this: In Naxxramas, when you enter, there are occasional screams and pleas for someone to 'kill me' as part of the ambiance. When you get to Thaddus, they happen more often, when you kill him, they stop. In-story, Thaddus was sewn together from the bodies of women and children...*shudder*
5-19-2011 @ 9:08AM
Oh man, I went onto WoWhead and then WoW and listened to the soundfiles - having pugged Naxx but only a few bosses, I thought I hadn't heard the screams.I was wrong. Hearing the sounds again, remembering them and finally knowing them for what they are... yeah, that's creepy.To those who want the sound file commands:/run PlaySoundFile("Sound\\Creature\\Thaddius\\THAD_NAXX_LAMNT01.wav")/run PlaySoundFile("Sound\\Creature\\Thaddius\\THAD_NAXX_LAMNT02.wav")/run PlaySoundFile("Sound\\Creature\\Thaddius\\THAD_NAXX_LAMNT03.wav")/run PlaySoundFile("Sound\\Creature\\Thaddius\\THAD_NAXX_LAMNT04.wav")Thanks to WoWhead for these.
5-19-2011 @ 11:46AM
This is exactly what I was thinking. Those voices in Naxx actually turned up in a nightmare I had once. It made the next raid I had in there extra fun.
5-19-2011 @ 6:31PM
That is so freaking cool. I love that I'm still finding out things about the game after 4+ years, thanks for posting this, it's by far one of the coolest things I've ever heard of in WoW. Also makes me miss Naxx... (ducks)
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