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2-12-2012 @ 9:58PM
Hey Anne, quick question. In Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects, Thrall's the one who uncovers Arygos's treachery and unifies the Blue Dragonflight under Malygos. However, in game, the player and wielder of Dragonwrath is the one who accomplishes this task. Roleplaying concerns aside, which version is considered cannon?
2-12-2012 @ 10:10PM
I think the developers announced that all current novels are canon but they hold the right to change anything they want whenever they want. To you Ann i say good article. Playing through this story felt like taking a bite out of a **** sandwich but you wrote it up pretty well. When you turn off the game, go to an outside source and read about it...the story does make some sense.
2-13-2012 @ 3:04AM
as usual, anything your player does, an NPC Gets credit for (see: Maiev and Akama defeated Illidian, not the 25 other people there...)
2-13-2012 @ 6:11AM
Or how Varian solo'd Onyxia.They sure remembered to credit the players for VanCleef's death, though.
2-13-2012 @ 9:07AM
While it may slighly annoy players that this happens, it's not like YOU would be getting the credit anyway.If the players were meant to be the people who actually killed things then surely it'd be the world first guilds who had the honour of being canon, yes?Besides, there's plenty of bosses that were slain by "bands of adventurers", they just aren't usually the big name ones.
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