Aug 27th 2010 4:10AM "I think we can put our differences behind us. For science. You monster."
Jul 25th 2010 1:23AM My personal theory is that the Infinite is a portion of the Bronze twisted deliberately by Nozdormu to insure that the Bronze have a) something to strive against, and b) something to keep from getting too complacent.
They may also be a distraction from another project of his: how to avoid his prophecied death...
Jul 20th 2010 3:16PM I have "London" reserved for my Worgen.
Yes, I will have the Werewolf Named London.
Jul 4th 2010 9:32PM Remember this from the Tribunal of Ages in the Halls of Stone:
Abedneum yells: Accessing. In the early stages of its development cycle Azeroth suffered infection by parasitic, necrophotic symbiotes.
Brann Bronzebeard yells: Necro-what? Speak bloody common will ya?
Abedneum yells: Designation: Old Gods. Old Gods rendered all systems, including Earthen defenseless in order to facilitate assimilation. This matrix destabilization has been termed the Curse of Flesh. Effects of destabilization increased over time.
So that's where they came from. And it's pretty much established that Yogg-Saron and C'thun aren't totally dead right now, so we haven't just killed them, just knocked them unconcious for a bit.
Jun 10th 2010 2:39AM Your Horde-centric attitude is showing, and badly.
May 26th 2010 4:23PM step 1: summon Ahune somewhere that Ragnaros can't look at easily
step 2: once he's fully summoned, send him through the Black Portal
step 3: hope that no level 80s notice and smack him around until the ice crystal has melted.
May 15th 2010 2:35PM Agreed. I've had a few runs where someone gets some solid upgrades, and I'm happy for them. It really is great to see someone improve, and they're happy. That, for me, is a big plus.
May 10th 2010 7:11PM The generally accepted theory is that 3.3.4 was reserved for an emergency oh-shit-we-screwed-up patch, and when they didn't need it, 3.3.5 was already in development and they didn't change it.
Apr 27th 2010 12:14PM I came across that quest by mistake, falling off the Thandol Span. But it was one of those that when I started it, I absolutely had to finish it. It's an amazing questline.
It's also in part based on reality, where a letter very much like the one you deliver to Ironforge was written by a Major in the Union Army during the Civil War, named Sullivan Ballou: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sullivan_Ballou
If you're Alliance, do this questline. It is simply a requirement if you want to feel you have done something that doesn't save the world, just honors those whose sacrifices kept it.