Apr 11th 2011 11:15AM It's a Alliance of Every Man for Himself.
Feb 23rd 2011 7:18PM 3º option:
We go caverns of time, save illidan from the players that killed him, he stays in reclusion to heal injuries or something like that for a good a mount of time and then he comes back in cata to help us take Deathwing as his personal mount.
End of cata and Bring the new exp!!!!
Feb 23rd 2011 7:10PM @Ganatola
Thats what we call a "Demon Hunter" man.
Its a specific class that hunts demons, using their own power against them.
Illidan was the first, but there are others.
In all warcraft lore illidan is usually doing something by the sides cos others didnt agree with him, but looking at the bigger picture he is aways right.
lets use as exemple:
what was he doing when he was in northrend?
trying to kill the Lich king.
For the burning legion of course, but becouse Maiev and Malfurion stoped him, a lot of people died in Wrath of the lich king exp.
The metods he aways used, were exatly like his class is described, using demonic energies to do good.
Feb 21st 2011 5:30PM @LynMars
I hear ya man.
That general, a decent guy.... sadly was killed by horde cos his subordinates screwed...
"Need for vengeance takes over"
Glory to the Alliance, and DEATH to the HORDE!!!
Feb 21st 2011 2:06PM @Dreyja
I see your point, but im pretty sure that with Varian leading the Alliance, Azeroth wouldnt have been only a better place, but a Alliance place too... XD
Feb 21st 2011 12:58PM You know what?
I aways thought that Beast Masters should be just like the Huntress of Warcraft 3.
And following the line of though of Candina@WH maybe should be able to even tank, hunter and beast in pure harmony.
Aug 19th 2010 9:19AM @DrowNoble
"First off the "it's their game their lore they can change whatever" is a weak defense." I agree with u here, but the part:
"There hasn't been night elven mages in thousands of years." thats not accurate lore wise, the naga are descendants of the highborn who were caught in the flood caused by the destructio of the well of eternity, and the blood elves were descendant to a especifc portion of the highborn who were among the other night elves right after the sundering, and suffered from withdrawal of magic, in protest unleashd a magical storm on ashenvale and were exiled. They abandoned the concepts of Elune and nocturnal activity, embracing the sun instead. They would soon become known as the high elves.
The ones who were at dire maul were too far from "home" already and most night elves didn't even know of their existence. cos of that, Nelfs mage meka sense.
Aug 15th 2010 9:04PM That's my theory about the light:
The draenei, before the contact with the naaru, where Eredar, and the as the post "elune was a naaru" suggests, the Kaldorei was something else as well.
The humans descend from the Vrykul but not direct of the vrykul, the vrykul became Azotha before human:
"Between the finding of magic from the Well of Eternity and the Sundering (approximately 14,000-10,000 years ago), the Azotha became the humans. They were nearly as savage as their foes among the trolls, and both groups wandered the land battling each other while trying to plant the seeds of their cultures." From wowwiki.
As the post about "E'lune" suggests maybe An'she was a naaru as well, but more passive than E'lune, and becouse of an'she whispers, the Azotha evolved to human, who wold alfter a long time, become capable of wield the light!
Thats my guess for the human priest\paladins light, and thats why they dont have a deity like the night elves, and why the tauren took so long to think about An'she, becouse An'she just whispers, not like E'lune who did a direct aproach.