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11-29-2011 @ 10:05AM
Yeah... so, I'm whelmed. Not over, not under, but at that whelmed point. As others have pointed out, this -IS- the grand finale of Cataclysm, we're facing Deathwing aka "Dude who liked hookahs, but know likes to smoke your ass instead" aka "Aspect of Death" aka "Mr. Flambe!"That trailer wasn't terrible, but it also wasn't the quality I was hoping for. Once again, we see ZERO faction leader involvement beyond Thrall (*sigh*), and absolutely no V.O. lines from the freaking Aspects?!?! It's already been strongly hinted at that we will be seeing the death of the Aspects to remove Deathwing's taint from Azeroth, cmon Blizz! Give us a little effort here!As counterpoint, a fan made trailer that could have easily replaced the official 4.3 one:The Hour of Twilight - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6cLOM6aZ6U
11-29-2011 @ 11:22AM
Holy hell. They should have just made that their official trailer. That was awesome.
11-29-2011 @ 1:10PM
Holy hell. YES. YES YES. THAT is what people wanted wanted from 4.3 . A culmination of the story strings we saw started a year ago with this xpac. To see the remaining elemental lords help vanquish the mad aspect, to see the Alliance and Horde rise up to deal with this while at each other's throats.Not...whatever that trailer and loosely threaded justification we got, was. What was the point in even introducing the elemental planes if they were going to be so forgotten? The WHOLE WORLD should be uniting in some way to get rid of the threat of Deathwing. Where is the Crusade? Where is the Earthen Ring? Where are the druids? Where are the assorted tribes of every other race - from the primitive to the advanced? It's everyone's world to be defended.
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