Its a game? I always wondered why we could not take a few Alliance attach ships or Horde Zeps and a few Giants and just storm whoever it is we wanted.
What i will never understand is Dark Animus... so we are in this room with a bunch of inanimated machines, we could literally do anything with them, we could simply dismantle all of them and keep going... but well... seems a better idea if we hit the suspicious big anima orb in the middle of the room, the only thing that gives them life, so they can kick our ass... we are trully the smartest heroes of the horde/alliance.
Wouldn't it be cool if they tried making a raid where logic applies everywhere? I dunno how the hell it would operate but I would wanna see how it looked.
"First disciplinary action: Charlie Horse Attack!"
or even in Dungeon level haha, Asaad in Vortex Pinnacle,
Good guy Asaad makes a Grounding Field to protect you from his Lightning attack lol
I'd like to say a big thank you to Lu'lin for continually dropping Ice Comets after she disappeared so we don't die from Suen's Nuclear Inferno!
And also, I'm sure there's some Lore answer to it, but after all we've done with the Celestials, purging the corruption from Pandaria...
Why are we slaughtering them on the Timeless Isle?
Edit: Oh nevermind, the tooltip for the spell gives the reason! He DOES teleport right over it.
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It's like asking why the Joker does the most insane shit that isn't even remotely funny.
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I never really got Tortos. Just tell your turtles to back off so you become an uninterruptable wall of 'come back next expansion.'
That awkward moment where ghosts watching you kill actors on a stage and cheering loudly as if it was a planned part of the show is NOT the most farfetched boss fight.
I like the mechanic in Scarlet Monastery where you have to kill everything in the cathedral before you take on Whitemane. More bosses should force you to take on the whole base or you wipe because they call everyone else to them when they are attacked. For that matter, Faction leaders should require more than to zerg in and fight them, (looking at you Cairne/Baine) no defense at all. Sylvannas pre-Cata at least had a gauntlet you had to fight through to get to her. It must be a Kalimdor/Eastern Kingdoms thing, come to think of it. The EK leaders are pretty well fortified, while the Kalimdor leaders are all "What fresh air, lol!"
The Lich King yells: No questions remain unanswered. No doubts linger. You ARE Azeroth's greatest champions. You overcame every challenge I laid before you. My mightiest servants have fallen before you relentless onslaught... your unbridled fury...
Currently playing Final Fantasy XIV. All melee classes overlap far too much mechanically but are thematically interesting.
My opinions: 5.0 was the golden age of content, the ability prune barely did anything, and 6.2 is actually an enjoyable timesink.