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Know Your Lore: Where is WoW's story headed in the distant future? {WoW}

Jan 30th 2012 2:00AM I want to see the humans move to reclaim old territory.., Stromgarde, Alterac, and especially Lordaeron. That would provide the basis for making one Sylvannis Windrunner the endgame Big Bad for a future expansion.

Know Your Lore: Story development and why Theramore should burn {WoW}

Dec 21st 2011 9:37PM I'd love to see the reclaimation of Stromgarde (one of my all-time favorite cities, and where i always said my long-defunct pally was from). But personally, I'd much rather take the loss of Theramore, if it leads to the Alliance marching in a later patch to reclaim Lordaeron. I got nothing to back it up; but Windrunner would make an excellent end boss for this expansion. And let's face it; those piece-of-refuse Forsaken have been allowed to hang on for too long now.

Know Your Lore: The war begins {WoW}

Dec 21st 2011 9:27PM Ill take the loss of Theramore, if it leads to the Alliance marching in a later patch to reclaim Lordaeron. I got nothing to back it up; but Windrunner would make an excellent end boss for this expansion. And let's face it; those piece-of-refuse Forsaken have been allowed to hang on for too long now.

Zarhym weighs in on Theramore rumors in Mists of Pandaria {WoW}

Dec 21st 2011 8:59PM Ill take the loss of Theramore, if it leads to the Alliance marching in a later patch to reclaim Lordaeron. I got nothing to back it up; but Windrunner would make an excellent end boss for this expansion. And let's face it; those piece-of-refuse Forsaken have been allowed to hang on for too long now.

Know Your Lore: Nathanos Marris, pg 2 {WoW}

Aug 12th 2010 1:36AM What an outstanding treatment of the history of Nathanos Marris! He, along with Bolvar, are probably my two favorite historical NPCs. But sadly, all this talk about the Blightcaller just reminds me how much I miss the good old "vanilla" days.

Know Your Lore: And the rest -- The elements, part six {WoW}

Jun 11th 2010 1:26AM This may have been discussed in a previous article, and I'm sorry if it's redundant (I'm reading backward), but has anyone else noticed that the four natural elements seem to have a "polar opposite" - for lack of a better term - not unlike a compass. You see air or earth mixing with fire or water, but you'll never see a fire-water or earth-air hybrid. This fundamental property of elementals makes sense to me. Has there ever been an example of fire mixing with water, or earth mixing with air?