Aug 10th 2011 4:26PM I always felt Anduin Lothar was one of those great heroes of Warcraft that has not been given the proper exposure he deserves in the game. So few players nowadays know about him. There really needs to be a quest chain that exposes his history to players.
Despite that, I'm not sure you could call him the greatest warrior ever. He may be on eof the more resolute, but there are so many different aspects to what makes a great warrior.
However, he is definitely the greatest human warrior.
Aug 10th 2011 11:35AM Damn, finally saw my major typo.
GUEST writer, not quest writer.....
Aug 9th 2011 11:51AM And also consider that when the Argent Tournament rolled around, which was paladin run, paladins were able to get a special charger mount no one else could.
Aug 8th 2011 12:09PM Wyrms are actually what full grown dragons are known as.
Its Whelp-->Drake-->Wyrm, as opposed to Whelp-->Drake-->Dragon.
Every age group is considered 'Dragon'.
Aug 4th 2011 11:35AM I feel the possibility of /blizzard ever introducing a third playable faction is incredibly low. The entire basis of the game is the two faction system and I doubt it will be dismantled in the game's lifetime.
Aug 4th 2011 11:08AM I feel too many are overreacting to the trademarked name with the first thing jumping to their mind that blizz will turn everyone and everything into a panda, before we even have any confirmation that this even is the expansion.
If this does turn out to be the expansion the main villain will probably be Azshara who is using a mysterious mist like power to endanger the world as opposed to a horde of furry creatures.
Also the continent of Pandaria has never been explored before and more then likely contains things other then Pandaren.
We might also get to see Kul Tiras, which would be awesome.
Jul 25th 2011 3:57PM @Al
You bring up an excellent point. That's something else I've never considered before and could bring up a whole new discussion.
I'm leaning more towards pirates as opposed to Theremore dissidents. If they were Theremore dissidents that means they would have been wandering the desert for about 6 years yet during those 6 years they've lost all signs of being from Theramore and have relinquished anything similar to civilization to the point of almost being feral.
I really love that idea and it would be awesome if that is what it turned out to be. It makes sense, if you came from another time, possible a time period ravaged by the Infinite dragonflight, you may only be able scrounge around in scraps and you would be completely disoriented in the desert, losing your history.
Jul 25th 2011 11:48AM @MattKrotzer
What I meant is that there are fully grown adults in the Wastewanders but Kalimdor was discovered by the majority of humanity about 10 years ago from the Shattering and the Wastewanders were discovered pre-shattering, about 3-5 years after humanity discovered Kalimdor. I was trying to to rule out the fact that they might have come after Kalimdor was discovered by the rest of the world.
Jul 25th 2011 11:28AM I'm pretty sure this is a troll and he just replaced key nouns in the document with 'WoW'
Jul 25th 2011 11:26AM I've always been curious about the origins of the Wastewanders in Tanaris. They're a human faction yet they're based in Kalimdor and judging on the age of the people in it they must have come into creation before humanity's discovery of Kalimdor.
So how did they get there? Were they an exploratory vessel that got shipwrecked near Tanaris generations and since then have forgotten their origins? Were they mutinous crew mates abandoned by pirate ships?
I've always found it interesting that NPCs in-game never address the wastewanders' mysterious origins.