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Breakfast Topic: Terrible things {WoW}

Feb 2nd 2010 9:00AM Even more shocking, the person you kill is someone your toon knew well before s/he turned DK. A very close friend or or significant other. It's actually a very powerful moment from a character perspective. I like to imagine it as the moment that shocked my DK free from her bonds to the Litch King and started her personal vendetta against the scourge.

Breakfast Topic: Terrible things {WoW}

Feb 2nd 2010 8:49AM I always find it funny to when I see a Pally doing these dailies, though.

Breakfast Topic: Terrible things {WoW}

Feb 2nd 2010 8:30AM Either the Torture quest in borean tundra, or the Ebon Blade dailies in Icecrown where you engage in what amounts to terrorist attacks on the Vrykul settlement. Especially the daily where you use the protodrake to set fire to the village.

Granted, the inhabitants of the village are threatening to overrun the Ebon Blade base in Icecrown, but is it really strategically necessary to repeatedly burn down the village when your toon can take on three of their warriors at once and win without breaking a sweat? And Baron Sliver does explicitly state that his goal with the dailies is to instill terror in the hearts of the vrykul.

Not that any of this bothers my toon. She's a Death Knight, and will quite happily use torture and terror to further her goals.

Breakfast Topic: With great power... {WoW}

Oct 12th 2009 11:38AM Depends on the server type. On the non-PVP servers I've been on, most of the griefers are lvl 50-60 and geared in either greens or DK Starter zone gear. They hang around low level zones like Auberdine and Elwynn, killing questgivers and guards until they either get bored, or someone's main comes by and camps their corpse.

Lichborne: The future of Death Knight lore in Cataclysm {WoW}

Sep 9th 2009 1:52PM Bearing in mind that after the Wrathgate, we never find Bolvar's body, and Arthas saps away Saurfang's soul after killing him in the cinematic.

Lichborne: The future of Death Knight lore in Cataclysm {WoW}

Sep 9th 2009 1:41PM Just found a little piece of info that supports your theory (or alternately, the theory of Bolvar and saufang coming back as one being and possibly taking over The Knights of the Ebon Blade: http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=12499#comments.


Completing this quest will display a rather impressive cutscene, and awards the Veteran of the Wrath Gate achievement.

On completion:

Korialstrasz says: My Queen, do they know?
Alexstrasza the Life-Binder says: No, my beloved.
Alexstrasza the Life-Binder says: [Draconic] Ashj zila gul kirasath lok ante il lok buras danashj Gul gul
Korialstrasz nods.
Korialstrasz says: They will not.
Alexstrasza whispers: Come to me, .

In Draconic "Ashj zila gul kirasath lok ante il lok buras danashj Gul gul" means "They must not discover the fate of the young paladin. Not yet." when run through the in-game translator. Implying that Bolvar may have survived...one way or another.

This is from wowwiki, apparently due to bug revolving around the AQ gates, some people could gain the "Draconic" language. Does this mean we will see Fordragon as a death knight? Yet, the dragons burned the whole place down and Alexstrasza cannot see through time, that's Nozdormu's thing... or maybe she can?