Blizzard likes tossing hardballs out of nowhere, who is to say Elves cannot use the light to satiate their addiction to magic?
Fod Sparta los wuth, ahrk okaaz gekenlok kruziik himdah, dinok fent kos rozol do daan wah jer do Samos. Ahrk haar do Heracles fent motaad, fah strunmah vonun fent yolein ko yol.
free migration to turalyon horde
oh, the character.
random corpse found in hellfire dragged back to undercity for reanimation.. undead turalyon, for the horde!
Undead filth? You mean a host of Lich, Shadow Ascendants, Shadow Adepts, Dark Rangers, Death Knights, Lightslayers, and the Banshee Queen?
On a more serious note, that's why me and my gulidies think Thrall was overexposed. Not because of his role in fighting Deathwing, but in being in the spotlight for the 4.2 trailer in which he only played a small role that patch instead of the Avengers of Hyjal/Malfurion being in it, having two former alliance villians getting no comeuppance from the Alliance and instead only interested in Thrall whom they'd never even met before, and derailing the restoration of Nordrassil plot with his 'oh look I have these flaws let's handle them just as quickly as they're brought up' crisis and wedding afterward.
He'd be on another planet, leading the defense/offense against the Burning Legion.
This new planet would be under siege by the Legion, and Turalyon would have banded together a bunch of different races to fight them. These races would all be alien and new to us, but they are strong and powerful in their own ways. This 'new alliance' is dedicated to fighting the demons, and some of these races may even be the 'non-demon' forms of existing demons we've seen. A lot of the races hate each other too, so a part of your job is keeping them working together as well as with the Alliance or Horde. There would be leaders in the Alliance and Horde who would try to side with certain races to bring them into each faction's favour too.
Turalyon would be the leader of them all. He may lean more towards Alliance bias if Alleria were to represent Horde (Blood Elf ties possibly? Or to side with Sylvanas?).
We find his corpse sometime in 7.1, just barely not reaching him in time.
Call to arms, the trumpets sound
Hand puppets storm the base, flags up now cannons rage
All clowns head for the rear, slingshots fire to the air
Toy horses start the charge, Robot chessmen standing guard
Crossfire to the marionettes, Slip into the edge of death...
I don't care for him, he can return to the Alliance... but his bitch ?
He would tell us that Alleria burned in so many different Hells that her scorched, dirty body can never be recovered or reanimated, beaten to a bloody pulp unrecognizable for all eternity.
Thats the only fate I wish for this abomination called elf.
Turalyon can do the hero of the alliance stuff again, atleast he's not distracted by her.
Oh and his kids can die too, no sign of Elf shall remain in this family.
"Why do we fight? To protect home and family, to preserve balance and bring harmony. For my kind the true question is, what is worth fighting for?"
Zerg get infected by Turalyon.
I got this.
Garrosh lays defeated, the last breath escaping from his beaten body. Vol'jin slowly approaches, intent to hold good on his vow to finish Garrosh off.
And then ZAM, a portal appears, throwing Vol'jin back. Turalyon appears, clad in armor of pure golden fel reaver pieces, plunging his sword into Garrosh, then flying off to Stormwind astride Sabellian with Garrosh's head, using his awesome powers of the light to bring Sylvannas back to life, causing her to weep for the sins she committed in the face of the light.
And that's how you make horde fanboys cry themselves to sleep.
But on a slightly more realistic note:
If I had creative control he and Alleria would appear at the very end of MoP, having slain their way through a sea of demons out of of a recently apparated Burning Legion invasion portal, moving to rally the Alliance against the incoming Burning Legion invasion.
And then... uh... Gamon... can tell the horde.
I think Alleria will be tainted and will be confused by others as being a Blood Elf. That way there is a Windrunner sister for each side of the Sindorei/Highbourne/whatever the neutral name is.
One Blood Elf Windrunner, on Undead Windrunner and one High Elven Windrunner.
As for Turalyon, I think he would probably be fine, maybe, or maybe they'll introduce a new class with his arrival back into the world of the living(and undead). It would be a paladin type class that was tainted with fel energy from all the time spent fighting in the Twisting Nether(or where ever they are).
I'm not sure where I'm going with this. I'm just guessing. I hope Alleria comes back and brings the Windrunners together, despite their changes. But I'm sure from all her time where ever her and Turalyon are, she has to have been tainted eventually and became a Blood Elf.
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But the problem is not how involve the Horde into the history of Turalyon and Alleria, but rather to give the Horde a plot like, ie, some counterparts to Turalyon and Alleria ...
There are many heroes of the Horde in need to get the deserved prominence, for example:
- Rexxar (Perfect counterpart for Alleria: she brings the High Elves ingame and he the Ogres)
- Rokhan (Lost fellow of Rexxar)
- Broxigar (His death is not so clear; could have been imprisoned by Sargeras)
- Varok Saurfang
- Gul'dan (Repentant and redeemed before die; can be resurrected)
- Rehgar Earthfury
- Hamuul Runetotem
- Sunwalker Dezco
- Tagar the Tauren (Last seen in Warcraft RTS games, as Alleria and Turalyon)
- Boss Mida
- Nathanos Blightcaller
- Galen Trollbane
- Master Apothecary Faranell
- Lady Liadrin
- Halduron Brightwing
And now, do you still want to steal heroes of the Alliance?
What you describe is pretty cool, I'd like to see Turalyon come back in a truly badass fashion. You know, considering he's a badass and all.
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