Apr 1st 2012 11:32AM I love the little jab at Valve's TF2 "THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS OF HATS!"
Mar 22nd 2012 6:32AM I tried it, for some reason it DOES work.
Mar 18th 2012 3:05PM @ Telwar: Um, they've been doing that since vanilla, never been to a Tarren Mill Raid? In PVE its bad, but on PVP it was every level 40 coming and one/two shotting the level 20's running around there.
Anyway, I thought nuking Southshore was just the Forsaken's way of getting revenge on all that. Pretty much every Horde that leveled a Forsaken cheered when that happened.
Mar 14th 2012 7:05PM Mograinne the older, I thought, had his soul trapped in the Ashbringer. He was making it so that the younger couldn't wield it effectively against the Argent Dawn. Then when Arthas came, he took Mograinne's soul.
As for undead without a weapon to contain their soul, I think we can look forward to being screwed out of any paradise because the "light" decided we are of no use to them now.
Feb 27th 2012 5:30PM Well why did Algalon come down in Ulduar? That was what I was basing it on. Either way thats just a minor part of my theory, cracked as it is.
Feb 27th 2012 7:14AM I still believe my tinfoil hat theory. The Old Gods gave us the Light and created the Narru. Crazy? Well think about it, the Old Gods want to destroy Azeroth this is true, but they want it destroyed in a way where only they are the ones left living. Even Deathwing didn't destroy the entire planet, only all life on it, the Old Gods were still safe deep in the bowels of the earth.
But before any of this happens, the Old Gods met the Burning Legion before. It's not logical to assume that only Azeroth had Old Gods, Even in Outland the Arrakoa were trying to summon something that looked like the Eye of C'thun. Maybe on another planet they had started to corrupt, the Burning Legion came and caused the Titans to basically call Algalon and destroy the entire planet, killing the Old Ones there, but causing the other Old Ones to come up with a power to combat the burning legion.
The Narru and the Light are these creations. Now why do I think that, because NONE of the Titans creations ever use Light Magic to heal themselves, nor anyone else. Even during the fight with Yog'Sarron the Keepers only helped you with Nature magic. The only Titan creation I saw that even came close to Holy was in the Halls of Origination, but it's more of an energy attack than anything.
Now on the flip side, only the people who have the curse of flesh seem to gain healing benefits from the light. It also leads to why the Forsaken are hurt yet still healed by the light, being a creature that was once the curse of flesh, it does have the ability to heal them, but being that they were also created by the Lich King, who in turn was created by the Burning Legion, the taint of the Burning Legions magic causes them to be hurt by it as well.
It also explains how they can become void creatures, when the light is used up they originate to what they were before, creatures of darkness. The essence of an Old God.
It also helps explain why the Narru didn't help friggin at all durring the battle with deathwing. They don't really care if he did destroy the world, it's less trouble that way. No instead they let the aspects fight him, pooring so much of thier power into the Dragon Soul so that they would become mortal, an enemy that can be killed is easier to win against than one that can't.
I anticipate the day we get backstabbed by the Narru. We will still have access to the light, they can't take something that powerful we have used for that long away from us, but they will start using it against us.
Nov 3rd 2011 8:40PM Um, where are the Forsaken on that list of Race names, I mean I can understand Humans not being on there, but the forsaken have a lot of stuff too.
Oct 31st 2011 10:30AM Id love to just get the info from the guy, I'm pretty sure half the player base of wow would love to show up on his doorstep to give him a little bit of karma.
Oct 22nd 2011 1:23PM Eh, forgot that we do that with heroic throw... nevermind.
Oct 21st 2011 7:45PM So basically, now Warriors and Rogues are like Thor, we throw our weapons and they somehow magically return to us. I dunno if that's lazy sad or crazy awesome.