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7-13-2011 @ 2:06PM
Spoiler Alerts possible if you haven't done 4.2 dailies. I almost cried when I saw Hamuul get torched by the flame Druid and I couldn't do anything to help him. I don't cry over very many things. I was so relieved and happy when I found out he really isn't dead.
7-13-2011 @ 2:46PM
I share your sentiment. On a lighter note, it's the Tauren racial that saved him.
7-13-2011 @ 4:07PM
Me too. I think this was one of the first moments in a long time where I actually cared what happened to an NPC. The quest with Thrall was neat, but this both made me very sad, then very pleased when I found *SPOILERS* he wasn't dead and I could help him. Whenever I get a Hamuul daily I drop everything and finish it though I usually don't turn quests in until I've done all in the area. The old bull just doesn't deserve to suffer for the time it takes me to finish each daily, he get priority. :D
7-13-2011 @ 4:40PM
I was really upset when he got torched. I sat there trying to heal him through it, then I just sat there stunned not able to believe he was dead. Thankfully the o'll bull pulled through.
7-13-2011 @ 5:33PM
Yeah, I teared up. I actually thought they'd killed him off...was worse than Cairne, I think, because we saw it happen.
7-14-2011 @ 10:38AM
Oh, I was very much the same. I did it the first time on my Shaman, and once I was rooted I fought so hard. I have love Hamuul, and would /bow every time I saw him. Watching his death I freaked out, I have to say. I yelled at the screen, and cried, and genuinely worried my little sister because I couldn't believe they'd killed yet another beloved Tauren and left poor Baine all alone. I was so relieved when someone who was a day or so ahead of me told me he lived.
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