"A NAME IS A CLOAK OF LETTERS THROWN UPON A MAN. IT MEANS NOTHING." - Transcendent One, Planescape: Torment.
Anduin is fine, after I saw him getting all his bones crushed by Garrosh and the bell, I hearthed to the Vale and see him standing in the Shrine of Seven Stars, perfectly fine, next to the sentinels. C:
He's right there right now! :O
If World of Warcraft has taught me anything, it's that teaching a crowd something is far harder than teaching individuals.
Wow, I never quite realized how much the community came to hate Anduin. o.o I know he's a goody-two-shoes, but damn...
Anyways, I suppose he'll continue much like he has, but maybe with a bit more bitterness and resentfulness towards the Horde. If Jaina hadn't already have gone off the deep end, I may have liked to see him turn to the Shadow instead of the Light and take an aggressive stance towards the Horde... but that card's mostly already been played (Albeit with crazy tyrannical mage lady).
Last edited by Failmuffins; 2013-01-12 at 04:20 AM.
At any rate, for being a 25,000 year old prophet of the naaru he better be a miracle worker. I do expect some kind of mark left on Anduin to be shown in an illustration of some kind later on.
OT - I really hope this is placeholder model. This character is was reaching peaks of blandness in previous patches, and I really hoped that Blizzard would at least give him a small twist in personality after being crippled by Garrosh. You know, so the character gets actually interesting. But well, seems he is fine, power of the light healed him. And afterwards this young, noble knight will slay this big bad mean dragon called Garrosh... Yeah, Nobel Award in storytelling awaits.