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8-07-2011 @ 12:12PM
is Krasus really dead? like not coming back from the dead dead? or is he MIA dead?
8-07-2011 @ 12:19PM
Please be careful with spoilers in the comments or add a spoiler alert as the first line.
8-07-2011 @ 12:20PM
He's dead until Blizzard brings him back.You see, death on Azeroth is a bit like death in comic books. You're dead until a plot needs you.
8-07-2011 @ 12:26PM
Yes, thank you for the spoiler alert...
8-07-2011 @ 12:31PM
>.< Damnit, i'm not done reading it yet. Next time I'm not reading wowinsider queue comments.
8-07-2011 @ 12:54PM
Christie Golden was only a setback..................for Knaaaaaaack.
8-07-2011 @ 4:57PM
I think Christie Golden killed him off so Knaak has one less dragon to work with
8-07-2011 @ 5:18PM
Think Knaak is mad that his favorite shoe-in is gone? Or do you think he'll try to resurrect him?
8-07-2011 @ 6:48PM
You're reading the book and you didn't know that? It's very early in the book. Anyway, in the book Nefarian isn't dead (again) yet. It's stated twice that he's still alive and kicking. It seems like they didn't even know he was back. No idea about Cho'gall as he's never mentioned.
8-07-2011 @ 9:58PM
Wowpedia definitively states that Cho'gall is dead, but I don't remember reading that *anywhere* in the book. No idea who thought this was the case, or how.
8-07-2011 @ 10:00PM
Er, for clarification:Wowpedia states that the Twilight Father is in charge of the assault because Cho'gall is dead by this point in time. I know Cho'gall is dead with the conclusion of 4.0 (currently it's just "group of heroes" until Blizzard decides otherwise), but I don't remember seeing him being stated as dead during Twilight of the Aspects.
8-07-2011 @ 10:41PM
God damn it. I only started reading the book yesterday. I'd hoped with all the "do not spoil" mentions in the article the comments would be similarly cautious, but it seems the only way to avoid idiots spoiling things is to disconnect from the Internet and hurry through the book instead of relaxing and reading it at your own pace.
8-08-2011 @ 12:02AM
Thanks for spoiling for people, like me, who haven't read it yet. BTW you want to spoil any other stories? I am dieing to know how all stories end so I don't have to force myself to enjoy reading them myself.
8-08-2011 @ 12:27AM
"Thanks for spoiling for people, like me, who haven't read it yet. BTW you want to spoil any other stories? I am dieing to know how all stories end so I don't have to force myself to enjoy reading them myself. "Bruce Willis is a ghost the entire movie.Brad Pitt's character was never real.Kevin Spacey is Keizer SozeThe world as we know it is actually run my machines that are using our bodies for fuel.Both Romeo and Juliet die in the end.Tempest Keep was merely a setback.
8-08-2011 @ 1:02AM
Another spoiler alert: the easter bunny is not real. Well, not real anymore, we ate him for dinner.
8-08-2011 @ 1:37AM
To be fair, Josh never said what book the spoiler happens in, so he didn't really have to put a spoiler warning. For all I knew he spoilered in some quest in Twilight Highlands that I didn't get to yet. How did y'all know what it was a spoiler from if you haven't read the thing the spoiler is from?
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