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3-31-2012 @ 5:18AM
There's just one thing I kinda disagreed with the article writer about: that the Warmaster ship battle felt like too much and slowed down the "pursuit." I do agree that Zon'ozz could very easily been left out and nobody would have missed that battle.But back to the Warmaster, Ultraxion comes as Deathwing's trump card, we manage to beat him, and how else are we going to catch up to Deathwing but with an airship? (Or drakes, which would have been cool, but I don't think anybody wanted another Malygos fight.) So it went from the top of Wyrmest Temple to an airship where we had to beat Blackhorn (I do agree his lines were silly though, he should have been more... I don't know, shocked and somewhat distressed that we actually made it that far, but I guess that wouldn't have been "cool"), but in any case, THEN we use that ship to launch ourselves right at Deathwing's back. I didn't see a problem with that sort of pacing and I never felt there was any slowdown on the pursuit at all. Also, the Warmaster battle happened to be one of the more interesting battles in the raid IMHO. Though Hagara was ultimately my favorite.The Deathwing battles, Spine and Madness, I don't think they were all that bad, though. They were certainly memorable. Sure, Deathwing's huge, but there was no way around that, he was MEANT to be huge. I do sort of wish there had somehow been another part between the Spine and Madness. Or maybe more to the Spine battle. Maybe a battle on Deathwing's actual HEAD, with some other new, more dangerous, malevolent being that formed out of Deathwing's corruption. Hell, it would have been cool if that being took on Deathwing's human form to some extent. I felt that model was a little wasted (and it WAS cool).
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