For anyone experiencing a storm, you first hear thunder in the far distance, long before the storm is closeby enough that you begin noticing lightning strikes.
So thunder does quake the skies long before the lightning strikes... if you're stationary and hear a storm approach in the distance.
If World of Warcraft has taught me anything, it's that teaching a crowd something is far harder than teaching individuals.
Ya know, this makes me curious as to who's truly in the right with all of this.
With this expansion, and even Wrath for that matter, the Titans are going from being Benevolent entities to being so bent on Order they really have no space for reasoning.
The fact that (I know the Mogu became bent out of shape along the way due to the Curse of Flesh and what not, but still) the Mogu, these malevolent and evil creatures are just following the Titan's plan and trying to be Titans just kind of tells you maybe the Titans weren't so good or in the light.
It's just very odd.
At this point, personally, I don't know if I want to trust the Titans anymore.
We need to look at the titans as what they are, creators. They made us, they should have the right to unmake us.
Last edited by Sylf; 2013-01-10 at 02:00 PM.
I totally like the fact it appears that Mogu are not corrupted by the Old Gods, but, rather, learned to bend the Old Gods (or at least their spawns, the Sha) to their will. That's badass. Perhaps Blizz took the accusations of MoP being light-hearted and childish to heart, but right now, to me its plot seems the darkest of all we saw in WoW. It would be a very interesting turn to have Mogu uncorrupted yet totally evil from playable races' point of view, and their atrocities being just a means of enforcing order.
To me, it does mirror the story of the Garrosh's Horde. Orcs are free from demonic corruption and human slavery, but the first thing they do with their freedom is wiping out or subjigating everything they can reach.
BTW, was I the only one who was shocked to see Horde and Alliance capitals in the Vale basking in mogu glamour, untouched by pandaren and the rest? It's like Shattrath in TBC was an Eredar city, filled with Burning Legion banners and statues. It occured to me, even back then, that pandaren point of view of the mogu is only the top layer of truth. Because, evil or not, mogu did build everything in Pandaria.
Warlorcs of Draenorc made me quit. You can't have my stuff.
I have a sense we will be working with a faction of mogu in a future patch...similar to how we worked with the mantid >.<
Cool but expected.
Gief the raid and the thunder isle so we can learn more about the Mogu and the Titan / Watcher that they have imprisoned under the raid...
That they built those pools themselves doesn't mean they stayed unaffected by them. We built lots of things that then changed us as well.
I kind of want to see a raid tier where we bring down the titans and all the other uberbeings that repeatedly try to kill us.