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Mar 26th 2012 12:10AM I do think it has something to do with Grom being a popular figure due to the cinematic in the post. To bring back a dead character is hard, what about making his son go through the same thing again?
I truly don't think Garrosh will die, i do think that more story and transition will happen in MOP where Garrosh will be turn into a more decent character.
All that happened and happening are just a repeat of story since the invasion of Orc.
Mar 20th 2012 2:23AM I still don't get the spoiler part, does it means Jaina and Garrosh are going rogue and might be the last boss?
Feb 20th 2012 8:12AM i think you can just walk over it and fell on the other side. Never had that problem but had a few that just couldn't make it on first try.
damn the old wailing cavern. the maze and whatnot.
Dec 4th 2011 11:54PM First thing that popped in my mind when i watched that trailer before reading this post was, Curse of Flesh.
Imagine, before Titan, Azeroth is overrun by elementals.
1- Titan came, smashed old gods.
2-Surprised by the fact that Azeroth is actually an old god and they couldn't kill em without destroying the whole planet.
3-Create Dwarves with the reason being that these lil rock dudes are going to be the guardians of this planet. In fact, this is just a subtle tricks of Titans to trick Old Gods into using Curse of Flesh as it's the only thing that can exploit these perfect lil guardian's weakness.
4- All other elementals got cursed and become various life form as we know today.
5 - Because of the element "Life" occurred in the initially elementals, Titan blessed the power and responsibilities to Red dragonflight to watch over all life on Azeroth.
6 - Even though these elementals has become "livings", they're still vulnerable to Old Gods' influence, and hence they war against each other and the aspects rarely intervene, because it's just something beyond their power and something that wouldn't affect what is to come, instead, it make these "livings" battle hardened and prepared for what is to come.
In short, Titans tricked the old gods into kamikaze their "extension" (as far as i understand Old Gods embrace chaos, i believe elementals are created by them to war against each other for the sake of chaos) along with the Dwarves, so that these extension that should actually side the Old Gods in embracing chaos, become the protector of the world from their chaotic origins. It's just fight fire with fire, or hold fire with fire.
From our limited timeline, it seems like this only happen once, who knows maybe it's just a chess game between Titans and Sargeras in seeking the strongest army in the universe? What Sargeras has that other Titans don't, is his weakness to be influenced. Perhaps Titans has seen the similiarity between the world of Dreadlords and Azeroth? and it's the best way to seek cure in us to fight similiar corruptions?
I do agreed im totally stunned when the aspects said they have complete what they're meant to do and all their power has depleted while watching the video first time, the question is, does Neltharion know this and allow himself succumb to the corruption of old gods for the ultimate purpose of this world? or only some of the Aspects know of such path and hence willingly go through all the suffering to achieve such ultimate destiny?
Another question raised, what is the roles of these aspects after they lost their power and who is to take charge of the messy Emerald Dreams as well as the timeway? Does this means that these aspects are only here to allow us and guide us, the "extensions" that has power of old gods (think of all the trickeries and sins we did), to be battle hardened without any interruption (aka staying in the meant-to-be time way) till 1 point in timeway where different parallel universe occured that has distinguished reality (1 is the end of the world while the others are depends on our actions). Does it means that Titan don't really care if the livings come to an end or not? (Azeroth will not cease to exist, the livings will)
It's just all too much for breakfast. LoL. GJ tho.
Dec 1st 2011 10:08AM Did LFR on all 10 classes on its first day release, i must say i'm pretty surprise at the high quality of the overall experiences. This might due to the ppl that joined are of higher caliber as it include more veteran raiders trying out the feature, i'm expecting the overall quality will go down a lil in future when more inexperienced players get gears and join LFR.
Overall i'm very satisfy with the tool, it could be the first step of big things to come for WoW.
YNWA. (oh wait im not talking bout football....)
Nov 30th 2011 7:01PM GO THRALL!! FOR THE HORDE!!! RAWRAWRAWRAWRAWR
Nov 24th 2011 5:05AM This is refreshing and interesting. However, i think the elves are immortal originally way before Azhara's time. As far as i know, it is rumor that the elves are forest trolls that stayed near the well and tap its power, which lead to their superiority in evolution. They are immortal way before Azhara's time, till we destroy the world tree and bring Archimonde along.
This is 1 of the ideas that i have thought, and i'm glad somebody bring this out in more detail and broader perspect. :D
Nov 14th 2011 10:22PM Blizz mentioned that Mistweaver can chose to heal it the punch and kick way or just heal like other healing class. It's really just a taste of healing style.
Nothing much to worry bout Mistweaver, and it's still too far to be concerned.
Nov 7th 2011 3:36AM This is like the best TFH read ever. Keep up the good work mate!