Every Man for Himself
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He who sees his own doom can better avoid its path. He who sees the doom of others can deliver it.
They had one nuke and used it with the focusing iris which they no longer have. Alliance doesn't need to top a mana bomb when the Horde is fracturing and tearing itself asunder, which is the only way the Alliance can ever win, as its written.
Could always open a ton of portals all over Azeroth to tear it apart like the Orc planet.
Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
Did you see Jaina's elementals 1 shot blood elves? Yea...
i think most people are forgetting the most dangereous nukes the goblins made.
Pocket NUKES! , they made easily portable nukes which you can carry in your pocket in packs of 4. the effect might be smaller but a few rogues with these will blow straight through any alliance army!
better get some stealth detection!
The Horde never used a nuke before, they just used a bomb that was augmented by a powerful magical artifact. That artifact is now in the possession of the Kirin Tor, which has rejoined the Alliance.
The Horde has a better chance of making another bomb that was used to blow up that school in Stonetalon then making another mana bomb that can destroy an entire city.
But hey you never know what Blizz will come up with next.
The alliance is written as too 'lawful good' to use any large weapons or wmds.
Jaina has been stopped from instantly destroying whole orgrimmar because it was somehow wrong. And they went ahead and said that theramore was a legitimate target for the mana bomb.
But somehow orgrimmar is not a legitimate target to destroy.
In a way i kinda wished she decimated org, and im a hordie, because i want a new capitol city like in azshara, stone talon, or the barrens.
Horde may have -one- nuke but they also have the numpty that is Garrosh, he will/is doing more damage to Horde than the nuke did to Theramore. Also we have Gnomes they build bombs and stuff..
we could alwyas open a portal to the center of the nearest star. Then sit back and watch as the world burns.