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11-12-2011 @ 7:08PM
Great Article!But for the Blood Elves, would the Reliquary have been worth mentioning? They seem to be leading it, but does it play a large role for them at the moment?
11-12-2011 @ 8:55PM
As a Lorewhore I just thought I would answer/throw up ideas. The Reliquery is being led and was created by a Blood elf who states a cryptic message about essentially wishing to bring ALL elves (except Night Elves of course ;p) together again to gain the strength and possibly more of what they once had.It is only a morsal and hint but given that as a MMO this game's storyline takes time to develop which so many players do not realize. Metzen pointed out to properly felsh out Thrall took over two expansions and HE was a character Metzen loves utterly. We just gotta be patient for everyone else; like the new Epic quest line for Varian coming that I am so pysched for!But for the Elves I sense we will be seeing them develop more and more neutral over all and turn into a interesting and new society in the future. From a RP view, they no longer need fell magic but its influence is not quickly pushed aside and former bitter enimies helped restore the most precious thing to them. They have a lot to ponder and consider. Personally I wish they could be like the Panderan in that at level ten we could choose either Alliance or Horde aqnd blizz could just turn our eyes blue to be high elves.....in fact giving this option to every race save the orcs and humans would rock!
11-13-2011 @ 8:00AM
If by "flesh out" you mean "suddenly make super powerful and essential to saving the world and hit us in the face with an entirely unsubtle questchain about removing flaws we had no idea were there previously," then yes, Thrall is "fleshed out."
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