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Shifting Perspectives: Moonkin form in Cataclysm, page 2 {WoW}

May 28th 2010 9:59PM How are balance druids going to break sheep, roots and snares? Shifting into forms that do almost nothing for them when it comes to dps?

Shifting Perspectives: Moonkin form in Cataclysm, page 2 {WoW}

May 28th 2010 9:51PM Maybe Moonkin Form could be the cooldown to press when you reach the Eclipse cap (either nature or arcane) that increases your dps and increases your mana regen while burning down those eclipse points back to 0.

Know Your Lore: Current Alliance Politics -- the Night Elves page 2 {WoW}

May 10th 2010 8:13PM "Tragically, there aren't really any quests with the same level of depth and writing on the horde side until you reach outland. "

I don't know, but you could argue that the quest chains in Western Plaguelands and some of the Eastern Plaguelands was all about the Forsaken.

Know Your Lore: Elven evolution {WoW}

May 4th 2010 9:04PM While Feralas is still in Kalimdor, it is explained through the quests that the Shen'dralar were suffering the withdrawals for not having the Well around anymore. Hence, why they captured Immol'thar. If such is the case, then they were not affected from the Well of Eternity 2.0.

About the blue-eyed hypocrites, it could have been easily explained that the High Elves (since they don't have a proper home) were taken back by the Kaldorei since they have demonstrated that they can "control themselves" in the absence of the Sunwell or any other well for that matter.

Know Your Lore: Elven evolution {WoW}

May 4th 2010 8:30PM There are a couple of things that I don't understand about the lore behind the Shen'dralar-Kaldorei union in Cata.

You said that the High Elves changed their appearance when they arrived on the Eastern Kingdoms because they were too far from the Well of Eternity 2.0 and lost connection with the World Tree. However, the Shen'dralar were chilling in Eldre'Thalas and they never changed? They never had access to another Well of Eternity. In fact, after the destruction of the well, because of the subsequent lethargy, they captured the demon named Immol'thar and drained him of his power in order to stay alive and to feed their endless and growing magical pangs.

So why are the Shen'dralar being accepted by the Kaldorei when they are the ones that almost blew up the world, still use arcane magic AND sustained themselves for thousands of years by draining a demon of his power? Why not join the Sindorei? Because they didn't change physically?

If the only reason was to give them mages, Blizzard should have used the non-horde high elves imo.

Blood Pact: Truth, science and flying monsters {WoW}

Apr 19th 2010 8:28PM No more lizards, please.

Have you watched Eragon? Do you remember the mount that Durza (I think that's his name) used at the end of the movie? I always thought it would make a fine warlock mount if the graphics was changed a bit to add a mix of fire and shadow.

Blood Pact: Truth, science and flying monsters {WoW}

Apr 19th 2010 8:03PM If Illidan grew horns and wings, I don't see why we can't.

Sociologists using Warcraft to predict the future of human civilization; sell books {WoW}

Mar 25th 2010 7:21PM *waiting for the second coming of Tseric*

Know Your Lore: The Infinite Dragonflight {WoW}

Mar 24th 2010 9:48PM What if...

.... instead of Nozdormu going insane, he is being controlled by someone else? Let me explain. If you have done the seasonal quest where you take the blood elf orphan to the Caverns of Time, you remember what happens as soon as you summon her there. The Bronze Dragonflight guards make a move to attack her when they are suddenly stopped and told that she is not an enemy of the dragonflight "yet". At the end of the quest she also says that she will have a dragon of her own someday. Then she joins the blood elves' Blood Knights to start her training in the paladin arts.

What if the reason she becomes an enemy of the Bronze Dragonflight is because she controls Nozdormu at some point in the future? What if she is the "master" behind the master, who commands Nozdormu to change the timeline so as to prevent the past events of the current timeline that caused the death of her parents? Or maybe her motive is something not so selfish, but more "altruistic" like preventing the catastrophic events caused by the first, second and third war, the rise of the Lich King, the cataclysmic events on Azeroth caused by Deathwing, etc.

Maybe the reason why Nozdormu left the Bronze Dragonflight is because he knew this would happen. So, instead of exposing the whole Bronze Dragonflight to his (actually hers) influence, he went on his own. This way, the Bronze Dragonflight would be the only faction with the power over the timelines (besides the Infinte) uncorrupted so they could at least fight back.