Unless we're talking about... pieces falling off mid hump. But even that isn't an issue.
If a Forsaken priest can survive falling 65 yards without crumbling, I'm sure she can endure the significantly smaller force of impact of someone between her thighs.
I think there's as good as a one in three shot that Alleria is Wretched by now if she lives. Trying to draw energy from one living being (as is speculated) continually and sparing him, or from artifacts of unknown origin, she'd be fairly at risk of having strained her addiction to the breaking point over so many years.
If she has lived, as people speculate, by drawing energy from her husband, it puts her firmly on the Sin'dorei side of the great schismatic lore issue of their race; no "high elf" is she, to draw power from the living (I brush aside the argument that it only counts if she kills something, because the risk is there or its not, living thing, unliving thing, and chancing her husband's well being to feed her addiction is arguably less ethical than destroying a manawyrm out right).
Would also be unsurprised to see them show up as a boss fight in whatever eventual Kil'Jaeden/Sargeras raid Blizzard gives, as either mind-controlled slave/play thing being punished for having been a general pain in the ass, or as genuinely corrupted enemies.
Assuming that they both turn up perfectly fine in Azeroth, then I'm not sure what would happen. Still don't think it involves them just strolling up to Varian and saying "how can we help?" So Alleria hates orcs... as one might, when a host of Burning Legion corrupted Orcs laid waste to her homeland, almost as severely as the Burning Legion (by proxy) corrupted human did while she was absent.
Half this thread seems to be related to necrophila and the other half to the original topic....
Anyway as stated aleria and turalyon are married, not sylvanas!
Also they'll come back neutral for sure. Or end up as a raid boss in an expansion or so.
If there's one thing I've learnt from Legion and WoD it's that things can ALWAYS get worse.
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A while back there was a blue post stating Turalyon and Alleria are pretty sure to make a return in the future.
In my previous post I was talking half in jest, but now I will speak seriously.
Throughout the thread has been speculated the state in which these iconic heroes of the Alliance (Turalyon and Alleria) will be found: they will be dead, servants of Sargeras to which we have to kill in a raid, undead, neutral heroes, mutated, Alleria being a blood elf or even a wretched ... etc....
I sincerely hope Blizzard kill them before any of the above assumptions become true.
Poor heroes of the Alliance! ... They are destined to end up dead, corrupt or neutral ... what a disgrace!
Maybe they got time traveled back in the past in the outlands and was the near-humans that were there? http://www.wowwiki.com/Near-human
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Ah'tusa crept silently through the massive underground tunnel, nervously looking over her shoulder in anticipation of the fast moving tram. "Where is he..." she muttered angrily. Stopping suddenly as something moved behind her. Her eyes narrowed dangerously as her dagger slid from its sheath.
A husky voice echoed in the hollow chamber, "I thought rogues liked to be behind their target." She spun quickly, driving her blade into the shield of impenetrable force. "And I thought paladins were supposed to be chaste," she replied with a confident smirk.
Leaning forward, she counted out loud until the invisible bubble dissipated with an audible pop. "Twelve seconds? I know you have abilities that last longer than that."
Bony fingers worked effortlessly beneath his armor, unlatching his breastplate and exposing him to the cold air. "Don't worry my sweet Marcus, that's not a finishing move tonight... I'm just getting started." He wrapped his arms around what remained of her waist, forcing an excited giggle as he nibbled at her neck vertebrae.
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