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1-25-2012 @ 6:05PM
Woo! KYL on the second biggest mary sue in the lore this side of Rhonin.Broxigar = Richard Knaak as a OrcRhonin = Richard Knaak as a HumanKrasus = Richard Knaak in dragon form.What we have is Richard Knaack as the only mortal to wound Sargaeas, while he is banging an Elf and her giving birth to half elves which is apprentlly extremely rare as hell while also being the guy who is chief consort to the aspect of life. The Well of eternity novels didnt need to have any of those 3 in them, but no, Richard had to place his own characters in them so they could outshine the original heroes.
1-25-2012 @ 6:22PM
i cant upvote you enough man
1-26-2012 @ 4:29AM
Wooo Knaaack Haaaate!!!amipartofthecrowdnow? amidoinitrite? canibecool?plzzzzzz?..guyz?
1-26-2012 @ 4:34AM
Outshine? Have you read the novels? Tyrande more or less becomes the avatar of Elune, and goes from fresh novice DIRECTLY to High Priestess (and national leader), Azshara is shown as much more powerful than Mannoroth and equal or near-equal to Archimonde in raw power, and Malfurion soloes Archimonde (right after he has killed Malorne, IIRC) and WINS, while Jarod Shadowsong, a common low-ranked officer, because of pure leadership skills gets command of the entire allied army AND duels Archimonde and fights him for minutes without losing. (Saved by the Bell, but still.) What did Krasus and Rhonin do that would match that? The only thing Rhonin did was to teach the mages a few tricks, including Illidan, and we all know how well that worked out. And the main contribution to the fight that Krasus did was weakening himself. (Good job there.)
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