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3-14-2012 @ 3:24PM
I think that it's unfair that undead spirits can't rest after their resurrected bodies were destroyed. If Light doesn't abandon anyone, why is it happening? For example undead Death Knight should know what happens after second death (like Sylvanas) and so the knowledge of realm of torment should be somewhat common by the time of Cataclysm. And if this knowledge is common I think priests and paladins would like to help the souls of people who were resurrected.
3-14-2012 @ 3:35PM
I think that's one of the biggest open questions about the Undead: what happens when they die? From all the lore sources (Arthas, Sylvanas) it seems that Undead go to eternal torment when they die. But this seems weirdly arbitrary since they're not necessarily evil and most haven't chosen this state for themselves. However since Sylvanas became pretty evil after she died and we don't really have any accounts of what happens to 'good' undead maybe it isn't the case for all of them.
3-14-2012 @ 6:02PM
Mograinne, the dad, was undeathed, slain, and then left to watch over his son, and not tormented seemingly. One might assume, that it has alot to do with what they do with their remaining conscience after undeath. For instance I figure Zeliek is probably being cuddled by a Naaru or something, for fighting against the LK with all his will, and still not having a choice.
3-14-2012 @ 7:05PM
Mograinne the older, I thought, had his soul trapped in the Ashbringer. He was making it so that the younger couldn't wield it effectively against the Argent Dawn. Then when Arthas came, he took Mograinne's soul.As for undead without a weapon to contain their soul, I think we can look forward to being screwed out of any paradise because the "light" decided we are of no use to them now.
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