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WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage -- Convergence {WoW}

Mar 8th 2012 9:11AM This may be the Mage in me talking, but for a comment like that he deserves a Pyroblast to the kisser and an Ice Lance where the sun don't shine.

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage -- Convergence {WoW}

Feb 2nd 2012 10:17AM So he's found the boxes under which he hid the kids and there are obvious Horde tracks mixed in with the kids tracks.

But will he also find the boxes under which Mig'ai and Ash'gor temporarily hid the kids before taking them to Fort Triumph? And will he note that there are four sets of tracks heading towards a known Alliance outpost? Possibly to be joined by a fifth set?

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage -- Convergence {WoW}

Jan 26th 2012 11:35AM Now the masses of thorns on the first two pages makes sense - he was fighting his way out of Razorfen Downs.

As to him learning of the whereabouts of his girls... If he makes his way to Fort Triumph, he will learn that they did indeed survive - although finding them from there could be dificult...

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage -- Convergence {WoW}

Jan 19th 2012 5:29AM Or possibly even dead...

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage -- Convergence {WoW}

Jan 13th 2012 3:25AM Oh, is my face red...

The first word in the cinematic I was referring to isn't 'rage' (it's 'Agony'...) but still, the similarity is still there: first a word, then an image, followed by a second word then image, etc.

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage -- Convergence {WoW}

Jan 12th 2012 8:44AM I had a sense of deja vu when I read this, then realized why - it's very similar to the cinematic for Cataclysm... even to starting with the same word:

"Rage..."

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage {WoW}

Jun 11th 2011 7:33AM But is that 'held the sword' in general, or 'held the sword' in combat? Otherwise, anyone simply HANDLING the sword could possibly 'taint' it...

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage {WoW}

Jun 11th 2011 7:29AM Then again, maybe the only way the sword could acquire it's 'taint' is to be used in combat; thus, if the guard has yet to kill a member of the Horde, the sword is still taint-free.

WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage {WoW}

Jun 4th 2011 10:43AM Interesting turns of phrase the orc comes out with - back in Strip #10, he referred to "Guldan's festering arse", now it's "Thrall's balls"...

What next, I wonder...

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