Jun 19th 2011 6:42PM I don't think the spirit healers are meant to exist in the actual setting. They are just a flavorful gameplay mechanic, since obviously player death cannot be permanent in the game. I doubt that we are supposed to think that "corpse runs" are actually an option for Azeroth's mortals, otherwise all the drama of the plot (or at least a lot of it) would be gone immediately.
Jun 19th 2011 6:40PM Quote: "But typically, angels in religious history don't resurrect they [sic] dead, they are what the dead become when they have lived a "holy" life. "
A confusing remark. Which religion would that be?
May 9th 2011 11:17AM Manna and mana are two different things. Mana as a term comes from oceanic cultures, although the Warcraft meaning is of course a different one now.
Dec 7th 2010 2:19AM me please!
Oct 13th 2010 6:51PM @deffo: and where would those animals come from? the tree is still the shapeshifted druid, so adding random critters would be really odd.
Oct 7th 2010 4:25PM please read the article.
Sep 12th 2010 10:35AM That is incorrect. All jungle and sand trolls are "scrawny", while the forest and frost trolls are "beefy" (to use your terms) - the Darkspear (who are jungle trolls) are thus not alone with their particular build.
Sep 12th 2010 10:22AM Why would a Darkspear ice carving contest have only forest trolls as participants?