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* ''Starcraft: Remastered'' (2017)




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* ''Starcraft: Remastered'' (2017)
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*** Halloween Terror (2016)

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*** Halloween Terror (2016)(2016, 2017)
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** ''Assault on Volskaya Foundry'' (2017)
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*** ''Shadows of Argus''
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** ''Call of Kel'Thuzad'' (2017)
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* ''Starcraft: Remastered'' (2017)



** ''Knights of the Frozen Throne'' (2017, Upcoming)

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** ''Knights of the Frozen Throne'' (2017, Upcoming)(2017)



*** Summer Games (2016)

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*** Summer Games (2016)(2016, 2017)
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** ''Knights of the Frozen Throne'' (2017, Upcoming)
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** ''Diablo III: Rise of the Necromancer'' (2017)
25th Jun '17 7:50:45 AM PRH
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** At the end of the night elf campaign in ''{{Warcraft}} III: Reign of Chaos'', [[spoiler:the night elves have to destroy their World Tree, Nordrassil, in order to defeat Archimonde, which robs the night elves of their immortality. This gets fixed later in ''WorldOfWarcraft'']].
** At the end of ''WorldOfWarcraft: Cataclysm'', [[spoiler:the dragon aspects have to give up their titan-given powers in order to defeat Deathwing]].
** At the beginning of ''DiabloIII'', [[spoiler:Archangel Tyrael willingly gives up his angelic powers and becomes a human to express his disagreement with the Angiris Council]].
** In ''StarcraftIILegacyOfTheVoid'', [[spoiler:the entire protoss race has to cut their nerve cords in order to escape Amon's influence, thus permanently severing their connection with the Khala, the protoss collective consciousness. Late in the campaign, Artanis even says that the protoss don't just need to sever their nerve cords because of Amon's threat, but because the Khala itself is somehow a "lie"]].
** In ''WorldOfWarcraft: Legion'', [[spoiler:First Arcanist Thalyssra has to decide the fate of the Nightwell after Grand Magistrix Elisande is defeated. She decides that the Nightwell's powers are too dangerous, and agrees to have the Eye of Aman'Thul, the titan artifact that powered the Nightwell, removed]].

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** At the end of the night elf campaign in ''{{Warcraft}} ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} III: Reign of Chaos'', [[spoiler:the night elves have to destroy their World Tree, Nordrassil, in order to defeat Archimonde, which robs the night elves of their immortality. This gets fixed later in ''WorldOfWarcraft'']].
** At the end of ''WorldOfWarcraft: ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft: Cataclysm'', [[spoiler:the dragon aspects have to give up their titan-given powers in order to defeat Deathwing]].
** At the beginning of ''DiabloIII'', ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'', [[spoiler:Archangel Tyrael willingly gives up his angelic powers and becomes a human to express his disagreement with the Angiris Council]].
** In ''StarcraftIILegacyOfTheVoid'', ''VideoGame/StarcraftIILegacyOfTheVoid'', [[spoiler:the entire protoss race has to cut their nerve cords in order to escape Amon's influence, thus permanently severing their connection with the Khala, the protoss collective consciousness. Late in the campaign, Artanis even says that the protoss don't just need to sever their nerve cords because of Amon's threat, but because the Khala itself is somehow a "lie"]].
** In ''WorldOfWarcraft: ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft: Legion'', [[spoiler:First Arcanist Thalyssra has to decide the fate of the Nightwell after Grand Magistrix Elisande is defeated. She decides that the Nightwell's powers are too dangerous, and agrees to have the Eye of Aman'Thul, the titan artifact that powered the Nightwell, removed]].
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* BroughtDownToNormal: If a good character has superhuman powers in Blizzard's works, they will often give up those powers.
** At the end of the night elf campaign in ''{{Warcraft}} III: Reign of Chaos'', [[spoiler:the night elves have to destroy their World Tree, Nordrassil, in order to defeat Archimonde, which robs the night elves of their immortality. This gets fixed later in ''WorldOfWarcraft'']].
** At the end of ''WorldOfWarcraft: Cataclysm'', [[spoiler:the dragon aspects have to give up their titan-given powers in order to defeat Deathwing]].
** At the beginning of ''DiabloIII'', [[spoiler:Archangel Tyrael willingly gives up his angelic powers and becomes a human to express his disagreement with the Angiris Council]].
** In ''StarcraftIILegacyOfTheVoid'', [[spoiler:the entire protoss race has to cut their nerve cords in order to escape Amon's influence, thus permanently severing their connection with the Khala, the protoss collective consciousness. Late in the campaign, Artanis even says that the protoss don't just need to sever their nerve cords because of Amon's threat, but because the Khala itself is somehow a "lie"]].
** In ''WorldOfWarcraft: Legion'', [[spoiler:First Arcanist Thalyssra has to decide the fate of the Nightwell after Grand Magistrix Elisande is defeated. She decides that the Nightwell's powers are too dangerous, and agrees to have the Eye of Aman'Thul, the titan artifact that powered the Nightwell, removed]].
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