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2-23-2012 @ 4:16PM
One of my favorite zones in Wrath was Zul'Drak; I loved the storyline about the trolls descending into desperation and madness, feasting upon their own gods, consuming each other in fervent, last-ditch efforts to stave off the Scourge. It felt _grim_, in a way that no other zone in Wrath (or, to be perfectly frank, any other zone since) has, like a post-apocalyptic wasteland where the inhabitants just haven't caught up with the end of the world, and I loved every minute of it. Sounds like a storyline about the dark trolls would share a lot of that same claustrophobic tension and anxiety, so I am 100% okay with this idea.
2-23-2012 @ 5:44PM
While I agree with you on the context of Zul' Drak, I personally cannot stand the zone. Mostly due to the fact that every character I leveled went through the zone again and again and again. But to be on the safe side (and to make sure my comment ins't down voted into the abyss) the zone does have a very nice story as you said. You really feel the idea of the undead scourge is coming and all hell has broken loose to get ready for it. Not to mention I still hold Zul Drak over Howling Fjord any day.On a side note of wrath species being put to the fire, wonder what happened to the Taunka and the seal dudes who's name I cannot remember. Did they survive?
2-23-2012 @ 6:53PM
The Kalu'ak? I don't think anything ever really happens with them. The big kraken goddess tells them they need to ally with the Alliance/Horde, then...nada. They just, you know, keep on keeping on, holding fishing tournaments, denying well-meaning adventurers their much-deserved fishing poles, asking said adventurers to go kidnap puppies for them.
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