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  1. #61
    Puh-lease.

    Having gone to ground since Garrosh ejected all but the most loyal subjects, the Basic Campfire lies in wait ready to strike.

    When players get Garrosh to 1% health, the Campfire strikes immolating Garrosh and igniting the whole of Orgrimmar.

    Ironically in killing Garrosh, the Basic Campfire also severely burned several thousand followers and was ultimately extinguished.

  2. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by Drynix View Post
    "

    Vol'jin walks in:

    "Place da axe upon me head thrall mon, I will be da warcheif o da horde."

    The end.
    Yes. Let's place the axe upon his head. And just to make sure it doesn't fall off, let's make sure it's wedged between his eyes real tight.

  3. #63
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaccine View Post
    Once he reaches 1% the cinematic begins. A portal opens into the room and in steps Jaina and her super best friends brigade with Varian, Moira and Velen. Jaina loudly proclaims how she could kill everyone in the room with a thought but has chosen not to. Velen mumbles something about the light. Varian screams in an incoherent rage and dribbles down his chin at the sight of the Orcs in the room. He's just about to strike the killing blow to Garrosh when a thunderbolt strikes through the stone roof into ground, splintering chunks of rock onto the onlookers. Stood in this crater is our lord and saviour Jesus H Thrall. He steps over the stunned Alliance players and raises the Doomhammer to crush Garrosh's skull. As he's swinging down he hears a piercing screech that interrupts him and causes the entire room to claps their ears in pain. Agra storms in flailing a pink shamanistic headpiece around her head, demanding to know whose it is because it certainly isn't hers. Grabbing Thrall by the ear she yanks him out of the room, never lowering in pitch as the fearful raid and Alliance heroes can hear her banshee's wail for 2 minutes solid as she continues to berate Thrall.

    Unbeknownst to the raid until this point, the Gob squad has snuck into the caverns. Seeing what a mess everyone else has made of the job so far, they prime several sticks of dynamite and launch them in unison at Garrosh, arcing through the air. Just before a flash of silver flies through the shadows and pins the dynamite to the far wall where it explodes and caves in a section of the ceiling, killing the Gob squad out right. Voljin detaches himself from the shadows and shuffles his way to stand before Garrosh, exclaiming how the kill is his, as he promised this long ago and he used to be a Shadow Hunter before Blizzard forgot that that was a thing. Vol'jin reloads his crossbow but before he can fire the killing blow, he is bowled over by a blur of brown fur, as Baine Bloodhoof plainswalks into the room. Towering over Garrosh he raises his ridiculous oversized totem and whispers a limerick about avenging his father's death. Just when he's about to cave in Garrosh's skull, the totem grows thorns and vines and pins Baine's arms to his side, preventing him from landing the blow. Malfurion appears in the room in a flash of green light as Baine struggles with the vines and keels over with a thud. Malfurion Stormrage feels that Garrosh has done more harm to Azeroth than any one faction can claim and as such he should be returned to the earth, so his body may begin to heal this broken land. Grasping roots burst up from the cavern floor in response to Malfurion throwing out seeds from his magic bag of tricks and begin to strangle Garrosh, pulling him into the ground.

    Suddenly the light in the room goes dark, despair permeates the air with a tangible thickness and the sound of a Dwarf soiling herself can be distinctly heard, though everyone is too polite to mention it. One wall of the cavern shimmers and becomes a solid black and through steps Sargeras, Lord of the Burning Legion, The Destroyer of Worlds, The Great Enemy of all Life, Commander of the Armies of the North. He explains he has come for Garrosh, the perfect joining of Old God and the worst mortals can offer, the power contained within will give him the power he requires to conquer Azeroth and the Old Gods once and for all, and after that only the Pantheon will stand in his way. He reaches down with one massive hand to scoop up Garrosh, the vines wilting at the presence of the Dark Titan, and opens his massive maw to consume Garrosh and the power of Y'shaarj he commands.

    At that moment a brilliant white light floods the room and the Titan Aman'Thul appears, chuckling to himself in a manner completely inappropriate for a titan. This was his plan all along he explains, he had been observing the events, guiding Garrosh on his dark path towards the heart of Y'shaarj, all to lure Sargeras out of hiding to a place where the legion held little power and he could finally be destroyed. Before that can happen however, he explains he will put Garrosh out of his misery, for he feels guilty ruining the life of a mortal. He asks Garrosh if he requires anything before he ends his misery. Garrosh moans something low and inaudible, the High Father moves him closer to his ear to listen. Garrosh moans once more, this time words can be made out. "I need about three fiddy..." he gasps. It was about that time that the raid realized that this War Chief was about eight stories tall and was a crustacean from the Paleozoic era.
    And.....we have a winner, and we're done here.

  4. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Lime View Post
    - Thrall will leap up with Doomhammer and destroy Gorehowl but there must always be a Garrosh, so Thrall will put on his armor and become the new Garrosh (LK)
    Garrosh does not wield Gorehowl any longer, in the Vault of Y'shaarj you find Gorehowl slammed into the ground in SoO.
    Too often, we are mistaken for druidic types. perhaps that's true for some shaman, but do not let yourself be plagued by the ignorant belief that we are always peaceful.
    Nothing about what I do is harmonious. I command the elements to my will. There is nothing offered in return. I would have it no other way.


    Never assume an ogre's stupid, that's when they'll get you.

  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by Pess View Post
    There is a pic on the third page http://media.mmo-champion.com/images...h2Lootable.jpg The picture says Garrosh2Lootable in the link and it is just a pic of his armor i will assume that is how it will be.
    That could mean two things, 1) he explodes or 2) he survives.

    Any normal kill would have the players looting his body. Looting his shoulders seems to imply one of the above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kralljin View Post
    Garrosh does not wield Gorehowl any longer, in the Vault of Y'shaarj you find Gorehowl slammed into the ground in SoO.
    That seems very strange. Garrosh didn't even visit the vault of Y'shaarj, did he? And maybe it's a clue as to a bigger storyline.

    Then again, it could just be something Blizzard came up with so they don't have to create a new Gorehowl lvl 90 drop that confuses people with the lvl 70 piece from Karazhan. Either way, it's weird.

  6. #66
    I'm willing to bet a merry band of nerds such as my guild will poke him until he croaks then collect purple shinies.

  7. #67
    Roundhouse kick by Chuck Norris!

  8. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by Hardstyler01 View Post

    That seems very strange. Garrosh didn't even visit the vault of Y'shaarj, did he? And maybe it's a clue as to a bigger storyline.

    Then again, it could just be something Blizzard came up with so they don't have to create a new Gorehowl lvl 90 drop that confuses people with the lvl 70 piece from Karazhan. Either way, it's weird.
    Don't ask about logic in this raid.

    Garrosh seemed to have used the powers of the vale to ressurect the Heart, how could he have done this that easy? I mean ressurecting the Heart of an Old God should at least call the Shado-pan and Golden Lotus to the show.

    Or the new layout of the big blossom mine, in the scenario you directly went to the vault of Y'shaarj, in the raid the way to the vault caved in and suddenly a new entrance was opened up to go through Norushen's chamber.

    Lastly, why was Norushen not interfering when the Kor'kron / Garrosh took the heart? He's the fucking guardian of that thing.
    Too often, we are mistaken for druidic types. perhaps that's true for some shaman, but do not let yourself be plagued by the ignorant belief that we are always peaceful.
    Nothing about what I do is harmonious. I command the elements to my will. There is nothing offered in return. I would have it no other way.


    Never assume an ogre's stupid, that's when they'll get you.

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