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10th Dec '17 9:13:04 AM joonas4561
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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion, offering to help [[AntiHero the Knights of the Ebon Blade]] in their efforts to defend Azeroth from the Burning Legion, but as the players progress through the death knight storyline his intentions become more and more...questionable.]]

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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort submission, intending to turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion, offering to help [[AntiHero the Knights of the Ebon Blade]] in their efforts to defend Azeroth from the Burning Legion, but as the players progress through the death knight storyline his intentions become more and more...questionable.]]
10th Dec '17 5:59:58 AM joonas4561
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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion, offering to help [[AntiHero the Knights of the Ebon Blade]] in their efforts to defend Azeroth from the Burning Legion, but as the players progresses through the death knight storyline his intentions become more and more...questionable.]]

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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion, offering to help [[AntiHero the Knights of the Ebon Blade]] in their efforts to defend Azeroth from the Burning Legion, but as the players progresses progress through the death knight storyline his intentions become more and more...questionable.]]
9th Dec '17 6:20:46 AM joonas4561
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** Vol'jin is a crowning example of this happening. He started in Warcraft III as a quest giver before doing a whole lot of nothing in World of Warcraft. That changes with Cataclysm with his speech in the Troll starting zone, in which he tells the then-warchief Garrosh exactly where to shove it. From there his popularity skyrocketed to the point [[spoiler: of being named ''Warchief of the Horde'' at the end of Mists of Pandaria. Unfortunately his reign didn't last long as he was mortally wounded at the Broken Shore and passed the leadership of the Horde to [[DarkActionGirl Sylvanas Windrunner]] before dying at the start of the Legion expansion. However, it seems that [[WordOfGod he might be returning in some form or another]] in the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion.]]

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** Vol'jin is a crowning example of this happening. He started in Warcraft III as a quest giver before doing a whole lot of nothing in World of Warcraft. That changes with Cataclysm with his speech in the Troll starting zone, in which he tells the then-warchief Garrosh exactly where to shove it. From there his popularity skyrocketed to the point [[spoiler: of being named ''Warchief of the Horde'' at the end of Mists of Pandaria. Unfortunately his reign didn't last long as he was mortally wounded at the Broken Shore and passed the leadership of the Horde to [[DarkActionGirl Sylvanas Windrunner]] before dying at the start of the Legion expansion. However, it seems that [[WordOfGod he might be he's returning in some form or another]] in the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion.]]
9th Dec '17 6:16:38 AM joonas4561
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** Vol'jin is a crowning example of this happening. He started in Warcraft III as a quest giver before doing a whole lot of nothing in World of Warcraft. That changes with Cataclysm with his speech in the Troll starting zone, in which he tells the then-warchief Garrosh exactly where to shove it. From there his popularity skyrocketed to the point [[spoiler: of being named ''Warchief of the Horde'' at the end of Mists of Pandaria. Unfortunately his reign didn't last long as he was mortally wounded at the Broken Shore and passed the leadership of the Horde to [[DarkActionGirl Sylvanas Windrunner]] before dying at the start of the Legion expansion. However, it seems that he might be returning in some from or another in the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion.]]

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** Vol'jin is a crowning example of this happening. He started in Warcraft III as a quest giver before doing a whole lot of nothing in World of Warcraft. That changes with Cataclysm with his speech in the Troll starting zone, in which he tells the then-warchief Garrosh exactly where to shove it. From there his popularity skyrocketed to the point [[spoiler: of being named ''Warchief of the Horde'' at the end of Mists of Pandaria. Unfortunately his reign didn't last long as he was mortally wounded at the Broken Shore and passed the leadership of the Horde to [[DarkActionGirl Sylvanas Windrunner]] before dying at the start of the Legion expansion. However, it seems that [[WordOfGod he might be returning in some from form or another another]] in the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion.]]
9th Dec '17 6:14:24 AM joonas4561
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** Nazgrim starts out as a forgettable NPC giving out a handful of quests in one Northrend quest hub, trying to make a name for himself. He seems to have succeeded, since he later appears as the leader of a squad of Kor'kron aiming to lay claim to a new island risen by the Cataclysm. After the mission goes heavily south, apparently his rather clever and valiant efforts to salvage the operation attracted more attention and he's now a general, and leads the Horde (including the player) in Pandaria until the Warchief personally arrives. Later, as Garrosh grows more and more power hungry, Vol'jin starts [[LaResistance a rebellion]] that [[TeethClenchedTeamwork together with the Alliance forces]] sieges Orgrimmar. Despite knowing that Garrosh is going too far, Nazgrim refuses to break his oath to his warchief and leads the city's defenses until he is killed by [[AscendedMeme Gamon]] and the players. [[spoiler:He is brought BackFromTheDead in Legion as one of the Ebon Blades new [[HorsemenoftheApocalypse Four Horsemen]].]]

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** Nazgrim starts out as a forgettable NPC giving out a handful of quests in one Northrend quest hub, trying to make a name for himself. He seems to have succeeded, since he later appears as the leader of a squad of Kor'kron aiming to lay claim to a new island risen by the Cataclysm. After the mission goes heavily south, apparently his rather clever and valiant efforts to salvage the operation attracted more attention and he's now a general, and leads the Horde (including the player) in Pandaria until the Warchief personally arrives. [[spoiler: Later, as Garrosh grows more and more power hungry, Vol'jin starts [[LaResistance a rebellion]] that [[TeethClenchedTeamwork together with the Alliance forces]] sieges Orgrimmar. Despite knowing that Garrosh is going too far, Nazgrim refuses to break his oath to his warchief and leads the city's defenses until he is killed by [[AscendedMeme Gamon]] and the players. [[spoiler:He He is later brought BackFromTheDead in Legion as one of the Ebon Blades new [[HorsemenoftheApocalypse Four Horsemen]].]]



** Vol'jin is a crowning example of this happening. He started in Warcraft III as a quest giver before doing a whole lot of nothing in World of Warcraft. That changes with Cataclysm with his speech in the Troll starting zone, in which he tells the then-warchief Garrosh exactly where to shove it. From there his popularity skyrocketed to the point [[spoiler: of being named ''Warchief of the Horde'' at the end of Mists of Pandaria]].

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** Vol'jin is a crowning example of this happening. He started in Warcraft III as a quest giver before doing a whole lot of nothing in World of Warcraft. That changes with Cataclysm with his speech in the Troll starting zone, in which he tells the then-warchief Garrosh exactly where to shove it. From there his popularity skyrocketed to the point [[spoiler: of being named ''Warchief of the Horde'' at the end of Mists of Pandaria]].Pandaria. Unfortunately his reign didn't last long as he was mortally wounded at the Broken Shore and passed the leadership of the Horde to [[DarkActionGirl Sylvanas Windrunner]] before dying at the start of the Legion expansion. However, it seems that he might be returning in some from or another in the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion.]]
9th Dec '17 5:54:28 AM joonas4561
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** Nazgrim starts out as a forgettable NPC giving out a handful of quests in one Northrend quest hub, trying to make a name for himself. He seems to have succeeded, since he later appears as the leader of a squad of Kor'kron aiming to lay claim to a new island risen by the Cataclysm. After the mission goes heavily south, apparently his rather clever and valiant efforts to salvage the operation attracted more attention and he's now a general, and leads the Horde (including the player) in Pandaria until the Warchief personally arrives.

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** Nazgrim starts out as a forgettable NPC giving out a handful of quests in one Northrend quest hub, trying to make a name for himself. He seems to have succeeded, since he later appears as the leader of a squad of Kor'kron aiming to lay claim to a new island risen by the Cataclysm. After the mission goes heavily south, apparently his rather clever and valiant efforts to salvage the operation attracted more attention and he's now a general, and leads the Horde (including the player) in Pandaria until the Warchief personally arrives. Later, as Garrosh grows more and more power hungry, Vol'jin starts [[LaResistance a rebellion]] that [[TeethClenchedTeamwork together with the Alliance forces]] sieges Orgrimmar. Despite knowing that Garrosh is going too far, Nazgrim refuses to break his oath to his warchief and leads the city's defenses until he is killed by [[AscendedMeme Gamon]] and the players. [[spoiler:He is brought BackFromTheDead in Legion as one of the Ebon Blades new [[HorsemenoftheApocalypse Four Horsemen]].]]
9th Dec '17 5:19:43 AM joonas4561
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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion, offering to help [[Anti-Hero the Knights of the Ebon Blade]] in their efforts to defend Azeroth from the Burning Legion, but as the players progresses through the death knight storyline his intentions become more and more...questionable.]]

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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion, offering to help [[Anti-Hero [[AntiHero the Knights of the Ebon Blade]] in their efforts to defend Azeroth from the Burning Legion, but as the players progresses through the death knight storyline his intentions become more and more...questionable.]]
9th Dec '17 5:19:04 AM joonas4561
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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion offering to help the Knights of the Ebon Blade in the war against the Burning Legion, but as the players progresses through the death knight storyline his methods and intentions become more and more...questionable.]]

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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the Scourge army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]]. He later returns in Legion Legion, offering to help [[Anti-Hero the Knights of the Ebon Blade Blade]] in the war against their efforts to defend Azeroth from the Burning Legion, but as the players progresses through the death knight storyline his methods and intentions become more and more...questionable.]]
9th Dec '17 5:13:06 AM joonas4561
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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[ReportsofMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the majority of Scourge forces contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]].]]

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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[ReportsofMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated [[NotQuiteDead he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep [[SealedEvilinACan the majority of Scourge forces army contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]].Throne]]. He later returns in Legion offering to help the Knights of the Ebon Blade in the war against the Burning Legion, but as the players progresses through the death knight storyline his methods and intentions become more and more...questionable.]]
9th Dec '17 4:56:48 AM joonas4561
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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[ReportsofMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep the majority of [[SealedEvilinACan Scourge forces contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]].]]

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** And the Alliance equivalent of Saurfang, Bolvar Fordragon, started out as a stand-in for the disappeared King Varian Wrynn and earned some major cool points for fighting off Onyxia's ''entire elite guard''. When Varian came back, Bolvar played a major role in the Dragonblight campaign, pulled a BigDamnHeroes for you, and [[spoiler:[[TearJerker died]] during the Forsaken betrayal at the Wrath Gate. Later however it was revealed that [[ReportsofMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated he had survived]] and was held captive by the [[TheBigBad Lich King]], who was trying to torture him into submission in an effort turn him into [[TheDragon his champion]], in place of his original candidate Tirion Fordring. [[TortureisIneffective It didn't work]]. After Arthas was defeated by Tirion and the players, Bolvar took it upon himself to [[HeroicSacrifice become the new Lich King]], essentially acting as the jailor who would keep the majority of [[SealedEvilinACan the majority of Scourge forces contained in Northrend]] so that they could never threaten denizens of Azeroth again, all the while [[SealedBadassinACan he too would remain trapped within the Frozen Throne]].]]
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