Aug 15th 2009 1:15AM Hoax.
Aug 3rd 2009 1:04PM *you do see someone
Aug 3rd 2009 12:51PM +1 to getting a better introduction to RP.
My server RP has been isolated to small groups in Darkshire, Goldshire, Theramore and occasionally Bars in Stormwind.
RP'ers are freely ridiculed in the streets, though occasionally you do someone have an RP Trade advertisement, that always make me smile somewhat :).
Aug 3rd 2009 12:46PM @Sven
Nowhere in Lore does it Mention anything about Worgen in Gilneas.
So no need to worry about getting ganked in silverpine :)
Jul 27th 2009 12:52PM Dozens of times?
Hardly; Only once has Blizz talked about Gilneas in recent times; And all Metzen said was that they had some interesting plans for Gilneas at this point in time. Thats it.
How can that -MUST- mean that worgen will be a new playable race in Gilneas? Lorewise there is no evidence and interesting plans could mean any number of things.
Jul 27th 2009 9:57AM Is Being an Isolationist nation something to be cursed for? Heh; looks like you better give the heads up to Pandaria.
I still see no Cowardice either way that you mentioned; Genn sent an token troop Force to fight in the second force that was Equal in size to that of Alterac's. And how would the Gilneans even know about what was happening in the Third War? Lordaeron didn't even know until it was too late. Not to mention the fact that Stromgarde, Stormwind, and Kul Tiras didnt send any aid as far as we know.
The 'Gilneas Brigade' in WC3 Is normally regarded as a group of Dissidents who were convinced to flee to Kalimdor with Jania.
Being an Isolationist nation is hardly something to be cursed for?
"But something happened to the Gilneans that they were not strong enough to stop. "
Once again; no lore points to this at all, the closest thing that does is Brann hearing whispers of a Naga Invasion striking Gilneas. No mention of Worgen at all.
I Play one of my characters as one of the Survivors of the Gilneas Brigade and i do encourage More Gilnean RP'ers. Or Kul Tirians, Stromgardians, Alteracians, I get so sick of Boring Stormwind/Lordaeron backstories :P.
Jul 27th 2009 5:13AM The Gilneans were not Cowards and were/are not Hiding behind the wall.
The reason the wall was built was to cut off the other Human Nations who Greymane believed to be Leeching their resources and Laying their problems upon Gilneas. Also He believed the Gilnean army could handle any threat.
Not to mention the fact that Gilneas had always been regarded as one of the strongest Human nations.
Jul 27th 2009 12:58AM I fail to see your Logic here.
We Killed Arugal back in SFK; stopping his experiments in Silverpine.
We just -killed- Arugal again. Making him unable to y'know do anything.
We killed him in Grizzly Hills; a Continent away from Gilneas.
As you stated The Plague of Undeath, created by Ner'Zhul and Kel'Thuzad two awesomely powerful people, was unable to get through the greymane wall.
Not to mention the alliance have no idea of whats going on in gilneas, Which lead my to assume that the Kirin tor have at least tried to find out via magic at least once but failed.
Yet one Dead reject wizard can somehow penetrate the barrier and turn the whole population of Gilneas into Worgen ?
Jul 27th 2009 12:39AM As there is Absolutely no Lore whatsoever pointing to there being any worgen in Gilneas aside from a few kids saying "Wow, There's worgen near there so everyone must be worgen near there. The Greymane wall has been shut since before Arugal started experimenting with Worgen.
Even if we do run by this random mass speculation model; why are there no Worgen in Ambermill? It's is closer to Arugal and has no Giant Wall/magic Barrier. Also, wouldn't he more likely to take his vengeance against the Kirin tor who cast him out rather than some random nation hes probably never visited.