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Sep 10th 2009 10:06PM Svala wins this hands down.
She doesn't HAVE flesh or bones.
Sep 9th 2009 1:32PM I still to this day think either Hakkar or Ossirian's opening lines were among the best.
"PRIDE heralds the end of your world. Come mortals, face the wrath of the soul flayer!"
"Sands of the desert, RISE and block out the sun!"
Aug 15th 2009 2:00AM Just to add some force to the rumor, particularly the parts about the new classes:
Human hunter, that just makes sense, which in turn means undead hunter makes sense.
Dwarf mage, they were in beta, dwarves have always been known for their mysticism, while the Wildhammer clan was quite closely related (side fact: because of what I'm used to typing, that actually almost came out quite closely retarded) their cultures to shamanism, so theres nugget shaman.
Night Elf mages, the 3.2.2 patch has already shown a "Highborne" in the temple of the moon, and on the same accord, Tauren's (Tauri? Walrus? Walri?) also have an NPC sitting in thunder bluff, that has a conversation about if the "balance" of nature is unimportant in comparison to the other forces practiced, which shows that some tauri (goin' with tauri) may be looking towards alternate sources of enlightenment, which means that for sure some will find the light.
Orc Mage- Go to blackrock spire, look through the wow historys, and tell me how often orc's are chuckin' fireballs, this falls into the human category.
Troll Druid: If you didn't see this coming after ZA, ZG, ZD, and GD, then you've been living under a voodooless rock.
Blood Elf Warrior: Why didn't they have warriors in the first place is what I'd love to know.
Gnome priests on the other hand, I've really got nothin' there.
Take it with a grain of salt, but I personally think the largest piles of screaming evidence are the NPC's in the temple of the moon and the elder rise during 3.2.2.