Dec 3rd 2009 6:43PM Good question.
It could be because it would be weird for the old gods to just kill partial embodiments of Yogg-Saron - What part would they leave?
Another part of me thinks the Titans didn't want to take any chances, and Yogg-Saron only recently started to escape his prison. [Or else we'd all be running to Outland having tea with Illidan's dead body.] So maybe before when Yogg-Saron wasn't imprisoned, he was fully powered, so they couldnt even dream of killing him nor did they want to kill him. Now, as he is imprisoned, he is weakened and we are able to kill parts of him while leaving enough so that Azeroth wouldn't be WTFPWNED by these Old Gods
Dec 2nd 2009 5:07PM It's simple. We don't kill Yogg-Saraon or C'thun. We only kill parts of them. It would be impossible for us wimpy mortals to take down a fully powered Old God - It took several titans to just imprison them down below.
Nov 21st 2009 8:48PM He made the comment on the forums, actually, and he intended it to be sarcasm and didn't think anyone would think he was being serious.
And I doubt he is lying.. :D
Just my 2 gold =]
Sep 29th 2009 5:44PM Ok... now to continue my ridiculous rants of my ideas..
I'm horde... always will be. I've tried alliance (Draenei) but cannot stand anything but the spacegoats. (Might make a worgen but i only got two slots reserved, Goblin Shammy and Troll Druid on my main server)
Anyway, I'm all for Garrosh. I love his character, and even though he is a bit raciest, will/could make a lot of good story arcs in WoW.
I got some on me:
3.3 (Arthas Fight) - Arthas kills Jaina during the last moment of his life. Thrall steps in and finishes Arthas in an epic cinematic along with someone else (Tirion maybe? altough he could die during the fight). Garrosh notices this is a chance to shine, and predicts Thrall will want to take a higher position, a neutral one, to unite the two factions. Garrosh takes this chance and picks up Jaina, like Thrall would of. Thrall notices this act of respect, and along with many other "acts of respect" that Garrosh would preform over the next few days/months, would sway him to realize Garrosh isn't all that bad, and has changed for the better.
4.0 (Cataclysm) - Deathwing emerges from Deepholm, sundering the world. The time of need causes Thrall to become a Gaurdian of Trisful, while appointing Garrosh as the new warcheif, because he sees Garrosh as a changed orc. Almost instantly as becoming leader, Garrosh realizes that he needs a strong defensive force, so he reconstructs Orgrimmar while eliminating the Trolls, Blood Elves, and Undead from his city. This could cause Cairne to withdraw his tauren from the "New" New Horde. Garrosh, being his idiotic short-minded (is that a word lol) self would see this as an act of betrayal, and send assassians to kill Cairne.
From here, anything could happen. Baine, who wants vengeance for his father, could become like the undead, a rogue race in the horde, who have no reasons for an alliance besides their blood-debt to Thrall. However, i think the assassination of probably the most peaceful person on Azeroth would cause that blood-debt to be broken, and maybe set the setting for WC4? (Taurens on Alliance, lolz) or could cause Garrosh to be murdered, and I think Thrall should be the one to murder him.
Jul 1st 2009 1:34PM i think this tourtement brings up a great new way for us to enter Icecrown. Everyone has noticed that through WOTLK, all of the main quests involve us "weakening" the Lich King. I was thinking and, what if during one of the 10 or 25 man raid encounters, Arthas takes the colliseum as a chance to decimate the horde and alliance leaders, but we just end up weakening him again as Tirion, and Garrash/Varian depending on what faction you are, help us fight him. We get him down to like 50% when he summons one of his Scourge Lords and teleports out, the scourge lord becomes the boss, and he drops the extra epix!
again... this is me thinking outta boredom...