Time travel makes my head hurt.
Time travel makes my head hurt.
"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?"
Tomb of Sargeras would tie nicely into a N'zoth/South Seas expansion, I wouldn't be too surprised to see it make a comeback.
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I didn't realize actually having raided Dragon Soul qualified me as a "lore nerd".
Pretty sure someone at some time mentioned that we won't be coming back to azeroth in this expansion.
Nope. Next expansion is going to be the Ogre continent. We're already seeing more diversity with Ogres in WoD and more diversity in the Arrakoa. The burning legion originally chose the Orcs because they were the "perfect porridge" of Draenor. The Ogres were huge and evil, but so mentally stunted it took magical mutations to get them smart enough to be warlocks. Arrakoa were intelligent and already using dark magic, but were physically frail. The Orcs were just right.
So we'll see the Burning legion change tactics and work out a deal with the Arrakoa and Ogres to get them to work together against us.
The ogre empire is collapsing and the Horde moves in to fold them into their ranks. Alliance rushes in and folds the Arrakoa in. Then we have MOP: Draenor Style.
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It's about watching a company gleefully flinging away its goodwill with both hands and engaging in a pissing contest with its customers. It's about coyness, and a lack of straightforwardness. It's about rude, flip responses to valid questions, using third-party media instead of an official site. It's about a loss of trust, and the perception of untruthfulness. It's about an attitude that has begun to border on complacency and deceitfulness. -Roycroft the Human Rogue (Paraphrased)
And why would alt gul'dan fare better than MU gul'dan when he opens the tomb?
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According to wowpedia
"Sargeras (or an illusion of Sargeras) as seen in a flashback of Gul'dan in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne:"
Its possible ^^
Christ. He even had his avatar ON THE PLANET. Anyone who thinks he doesn't know it's there is a fucking moron.
Can't even remember which game he went to the tomb in yet thinks his going to be right about this...
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We'll fight lower half of Kil'jaeden this time.
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I'm sticking with my theory: disaffected draenei turn to Gul'dan for aid in stopping the iron horde after having lost the leadership of Velen. A new breed of Manari are born, then gathered by agents of Sargeras and used to attack other Azeroth; as the orcs were in our time line. Final raid is stopping the Manari horde from entering other Azeroth through upside down Karazhan. Prince Malchezar is a final boss, many already defeated warlords are fought again as old school deathknights.
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