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9th Dec '16 7:48:08 AM Vir
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* Conjurer Margoss is accompanied by a mana surge named Blythe. When you get close to her, she'll whisper to you comments such as "[[NotWhatISignedOnFor This is not what I signed up for]]." and "Take me with you. Please!"

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* Conjurer Margoss is accompanied by a mana surge named Blythe. When you get close to her, she'll them, it's shown that they're understandably bored being on a floating island isolated from the rest of Dalaran, and they whisper to you comments such as "[[NotWhatISignedOnFor This is not that [[NotWhatISignedOnFor this isn't what I they signed up for]]." for]] and "Take me ask you to take them with you. Please!"you.
9th Dec '16 7:38:18 AM Vir
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* Conjurer Margoss is accompanied by a mana surge named Blythe. When you get close to her, she'll whisper to you "Take me with you. Please!"

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* Conjurer Margoss is accompanied by a mana surge named Blythe. When you get close to her, she'll whisper to you comments such as "[[NotWhatISignedOnFor This is not what I signed up for]]." and "Take me with you. Please!"
9th Dec '16 7:33:32 AM Vir
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** One of the Opera's plays, [[WestSideStory Westfall Story]], tells the ill-fated love story of two gang members on opposing sides in Westfall. The comedy lies in the fact that while one is a human Defias thug, the other is... a murloc. And yes, all of "her" lines are in standard Murloc gibberish.

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** One of the Opera's plays, [[WestSideStory [[Theatre/WestSideStory Westfall Story]], tells the ill-fated love story of two gang members on opposing sides in Westfall. The comedy lies in the fact that while one is a human Defias thug, the other is... a murloc. And yes, all of "her" lines are in standard Murloc gibberish.


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* Conjurer Margoss is accompanied by a mana surge named Blythe. When you get close to her, she'll whisper to you "Take me with you. Please!"
8th Dec '16 9:14:45 AM MarsJenkar
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*** The Engineering quest line and items as a whole. The goblins are the driving force but this time they're working with the returning Fargo Flintlocke, resulting in one of the first items learned being ''head-mounted guns''. Because if you can kill with your hands and feet, why's your head sitting around doing nothing?

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*** The Engineering quest line and items as a whole. The goblins are the driving force but this time they're working with the returning [[CrazyAwesome Fargo Flintlocke, Flintlocke]], resulting in one of the first items learned being ''head-mounted guns''. Because if you can kill with your hands and feet, why's your head sitting around doing nothing?
4th Dec '16 7:00:04 PM TheSinful
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** [[StopPokingMe Poke them enough]] and the Naga will ask a rather interesting question.
--->[[ImpliedDeathThreat How long would you say you can hold your breath?]] I'm just asking... [[ItsForAFriend for a friend]].
29th Nov '16 11:53:26 PM Vir
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** The Dungeon Journal introduced in Patch 4.2 typically provides the backstories of dungeon and raid bosses under the pages for their abilities. Then there's Chimaeron:
-->Terrifying. Ugly. Evil. Kill it.
** In order to fight Chimaeron without getting one-shot by it, you need to speak with Finkle Einhorn, who is locked in a cage behind it, leading to this exchange:
-->'''Finkle''': Leaping Leper Gnomes! You're a sight for sore eyes. I was worried the giant magma worm out front would deter visitors. Now that you're here you can give me a hand.\\
'''Player''': I suppose you'll be needing a key for this cage? Wait, don't tell me. The horrific gibbering monster behind me ate it, right?\\
'''Finkle''': What? Of course not! I could easily escape this simple contraption, but I'm much too busy. See, a while back I spent a few months inside the belly of a beast...\\
'''Player''': You were trapped, as I recall. This situation seems oddly similar.\\
'''Finkle''': It wasn't strictly voluntary, but I discovered something truly incredible. The beast seemed to be able to consume almost anything with no ill effects.\\
'''Player''': Gnomes in Lava Suits, for example.\\
'''Finkle''': Exactly. I ran some tests on the residual digestive fluid coating my suit and...\\
\\
<Finkle trails off>\\
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Say, you haven't seen my skinning knife anywhere, have you? I seem to have misplaced it.\\
'''Player''': No, I, uh, haven't seen it [[note]]Finkle's Skinner was a dagger from the original version of Upper Blackrock Spire that doubled as a skinning knife. By the time you talked to him in Blackwing Descent, you would've sold it years ago[[/note]]. You were saying?\\
'''Finkle''': Oh yes, the bile; it's amazing stuff. With the proper catalysts it renders anything to which it's applied practically immortal*. I've been harvesting it with my reprogrammed Bile-O-Tron 800 and I'm certain I've got the mixture right this time. I just need a few volunteers to test it out against a suitable creature. What do you say, friend?\\
\\
* Immortality subject to certain restrictions.\\
'''Player''': Restrictions? What restrictions?\\
'''Finkle''': Oops! That lever activates the Bile-O-Tron. Oh, and if you happen to come across a key...



* The Dungeon Journal introduced in Patch 4.2 typically provides the backstories of dungeon and raid bosses under the pages for their abilities. Then there's Chimaeron:
-->Terrifying. Ugly. Evil. Kill it.
** In order to fight Chimaeron without getting one-shot by it, you need to speak with Finkle Einhorn, who is locked in a cage behind it, leading to this exchange:
-->'''Finkle''': Leaping Leper Gnomes! You're a sight for sore eyes. I was worried the giant magma worm out front would deter visitors. Now that you're here you can give me a hand.\\
'''Player''': I suppose you'll be needing a key for this cage? Wait, don't tell me. The horrific gibbering monster behind me ate it, right?\\
'''Finkle''': What? Of course not! I could easily escape this simple contraption, but I'm much too busy. See, a while back I spent a few months inside the belly of a beast...\\
'''Player''': You were trapped, as I recall. This situation seems oddly similar.\\
'''Finkle''': It wasn't strictly voluntary, but I discovered something truly incredible. The beast seemed to be able to consume almost anything with no ill effects.\\
'''Player''': Gnomes in Lava Suits, for example.\\
'''Finkle''': Exactly. I ran some tests on the residual digestive fluid coating my suit and...\\
\\
<Finkle trails off>\\
\\
Say, you haven't seen my skinning knife anywhere, have you? I seem to have misplaced it.\\
'''Player''': No, I, uh, haven't seen it [[note]]Finkle's Skinner was a dagger from the original version of Upper Blackrock Spire that doubled as a skinning knife. By the time you talk to him in Blackwing Descent, you would've already sold it[[/note]]. You were saying?\\
'''Finkle''': Oh yes, the bile; it's amazing stuff. With the proper catalysts it renders anything to which it's applied practically immortal*. I've been harvesting it with my reprogrammed Bile-O-Tron 800 and I'm certain I've got the mixture right this time. I just need a few volunteers to test it out against a suitable creature. What do you say, friend?\\
\\
* Immortality subject to certain restrictions.\\
'''Player''': Restrictions? What restrictions?\\
'''Finkle''': Oops! That lever activates the Bile-O-Tron. Oh, and if you happen to come across a key...
29th Nov '16 4:45:38 AM Vir
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** In order to fight Chimaeron without getting one-shot by it, you need to speak with Finkle Einhorn, who is locked in a cage behind it, leading to this exchange:
-->'''Finkle''': Leaping Leper Gnomes! You're a sight for sore eyes. I was worried the giant magma worm out front would deter visitors. Now that you're here you can give me a hand.\\
'''Player''': I suppose you'll be needing a key for this cage? Wait, don't tell me. The horrific gibbering monster behind me ate it, right?\\
'''Finkle''': What? Of course not! I could easily escape this simple contraption, but I'm much too busy. See, a while back I spent a few months inside the belly of a beast...\\
'''Player''': You were trapped, as I recall. This situation seems oddly similar.\\
'''Finkle''': It wasn't strictly voluntary, but I discovered something truly incredible. The beast seemed to be able to consume almost anything with no ill effects.\\
'''Player''': Gnomes in Lava Suits, for example.\\
'''Finkle''': Exactly. I ran some tests on the residual digestive fluid coating my suit and...\\
\\
<Finkle trails off>\\
\\
Say, you haven't seen my skinning knife anywhere, have you? I seem to have misplaced it.\\
'''Player''': No, I, uh, haven't seen it [[note]]Finkle's Skinner was a dagger from the original version of Upper Blackrock Spire that doubled as a skinning knife. By the time you talk to him in Blackwing Descent, you would've already sold it[[/note]]. You were saying?\\
'''Finkle''': Oh yes, the bile; it's amazing stuff. With the proper catalysts it renders anything to which it's applied practically immortal*. I've been harvesting it with my reprogrammed Bile-O-Tron 800 and I'm certain I've got the mixture right this time. I just need a few volunteers to test it out against a suitable creature. What do you say, friend?\\
\\
*Immortality subject to certain restrictions.\\
'''Player''': Restrictions? What restrictions?\\
'''Finkle''': Oops! That lever activates the Bile-O-Tron. Oh, and if you happen to come across a key...
29th Nov '16 4:01:23 AM Vir
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*** "We found your mounts..." - a hutch of chicken eggs, in reference to Blood Elves riding chocobo-expies.

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*** "We found your mounts..." - a hutch of chicken eggs, in reference to Blood Elves riding chocobo-expies.[[Franchise/FinalFantasy chocobo]] {{exp|y}}ies.
25th Nov '16 2:52:40 PM sgamer82
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** The Night Elves and High Elves are working together to battle the Nightborne with gritted teeth. They vent their frustrations by leaving prank items in each other's camps which are worth a chuckle, as are the various elves sputtering at them.
*** "We found your mounts..." - a hutch of chicken eggs, in reference to High Elves riding chocobo-expies.

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** The Night Elves and High Blood Elves are working together to battle the Nightborne with gritted teeth. They vent their frustrations by leaving prank items in each other's camps which are worth a chuckle, as are the various elves sputtering at them.
*** "We found your mounts..." - a hutch of chicken eggs, in reference to High Blood Elves riding chocobo-expies.
25th Nov '16 2:12:12 PM sgamer82
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** Lieutenant "Foxy" Topper is a worgen quest-giver who's fond of the Azerothian equivalent of [[UsefulNotes/BritishEnglish Cockney Rhyming Slang]].
--->You ask me, I think we let the soup and gravy take care of this ready and write. It's bird lime to kick and prance ourselves out of here before we're all brown bread. Catch my meaning, love?
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