Keep it coming.
While your idea, pics, and lore are absolutely AMAZING, my arachnophobia would prevent me from ever playing this expansion
Blood frikkin awsome... I am so gonna raid that place with my panda monk :P
I don't know if it was mentioned before, but it's kind of important: Yogg-Saron isn't dead.
If he had died, all of the gnomes/dwarves/vrykuls and even maybe humans would've turned back to stone. We didn't kill him, we merely stuffed him back into his hole and sealed it again.
Cool concept for an expansion though.
As far as I know, the Old Gods themselves aren't killable, as if they were, the planet itself would rupture and be destroyed. When we battled C'thun, we killed his Eye. When we battled Yogg'Saron, we killed parts of him but not the whole.
The Old Gods just get boxed up and regenerate over time, as yet there is no way to kill them without an even more negative reaction on Azeroth itself.
We'll have to see, won't we?
Well, not really...
Death is not a state that applies to the Old Gods. Like C'Thun before him, Yogg-Saron has been... reduced. Most of his body is decomposing into impure saronite, and the parts that aren't have become the 'Undying Tendrils' and 'Undying Maws' mentioned earlier - dangerous, but essentially all of their actions are 'death' throes.
If you take a peek at some of the wowpedia pages (specifically the Storm Peaks and Velius character pages), you'll see a few ideas I have about Yogg-Saron, post Ulduar. There will be more developments, to be sure...
"Laws should be made of iron, not of pudding."
“A good act does not wash out the bad, nor a bad act the good. Each should have its own reward.”
- King Stannis Baratheon
And thanks for the compliments, but you are far better XD
Any plans on incorporating the points made at Blizzcon about the unknown whereabouts of Arthas' corpse, and the equally unsure location of the shards of Frostmourne?
Love it. Absolutely LOVE IT.
But I wouldn't mind seeing some daylight in an expansion like that...
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