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Oct 10th 2011 5:32PM Godfrey might be big and bad, indeed, a refined and better class of villain. But he's run into a fatal flaw: He brought a handgun to a giant-robot fight. Sure he has fancy cursed bullets, but unless he scores a lucky hit on the unknown soul hiding in that behemoth of SCIENCE, it won't stop him from being harvested.
Aug 3rd 2011 8:39AM My biggest emotional moments..
The DK starting area, where you meet your pal from before your undeadening? That hit surprisingly hard the first.. DOZEN.. times. The whole time the rest of the area, I'm just trying to scheme my way into a situation where Arthas and I are alone. Sadly, this proved impossible, but every time I struck back against Arthas until his death, I felt a little rush.
The Argent Tournament got me surprisingly well.
As for Magni.. I've not gone to Old Ironforge more than once. Guess why.
Jul 26th 2011 12:17AM I voted Foe Reaper, mostly because giant robots v. guys with swords, no matter how badass, win.
More seriously, I strongly support the merge of Commander and Reaper.
Jul 6th 2011 11:09AM Nodormu is easier to answer: He's from some point in the flow of time when he wasn't trapped. We already know from Chromie that these guys treat the timeline as a merry-go-round.
Jul 5th 2011 5:50PM I object to the basis of you infiltrating my lair without stopping to say Hi to Cardboard Assassin and his friends, the Self-Guided Exploding Ghouls.
Jul 3rd 2011 3:21PM Convince all the local gangs that they need to leave, now, and never come back.
Jun 20th 2011 1:52PM Vanessa emerges. Alone. While the Cardboard Assassin, unlikely underdog, has blitzed the competition, it was only due to Vanessa's allowance. While he may withstand every weapon blow and other such dirty trick, he's still cardboard.
Once he's held off the Scarlets sufficiently long for Vanessa to poison them both, it'll be very short and sweet. As the two cheaters fall, Vanessa will 'accidentally' trip a water-trap, soaking the cardboard assassin, causing him to fall to pieces. Fordring is forced to declare her winner for defeating not one, not two, but THREE entrants.
May 23rd 2011 9:56PM Eregos wins. Erudax, for all the Old Gods power, depends on magic. Eregos was at the epicenter of a massive arcane storm, and wielded his magic without problem. Throw in his whelps, phase-shifting into the realm of pure arcane energy, and plus being a /dragon/, he'll take this one, then annihilate the ceiling so he can fly.
May 16th 2011 10:29PM Ozruk need not participate. His rock-hard abs are sufficient to do in Godfrey.
Mar 21st 2011 9:11PM The lord of the winds himself could blast the stone for a billion years, but even Pebble would hold fast. Ozruk v. that fool Asaad? Ozruk crushes Asaad and goes to tell stories to Pebble.