History Memes / WorldOfWarcraft

23rd Sep '16 4:13:25 AM Taxima
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxY89F5oU-I "Times change."]] [[labelnote:explanation]]Said by Garrosh Hellscream to Gul'Dan during the Warlords of Draenor opening cinematic. Often used in response when someone complains about changes to the game's mechanics.[[/labelnote]]
23rd Sep '16 12:50:22 AM StarNeptune
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* "An illusion!? WHAT ARE YOU HIDING!"[[labelnote:Explanation]]During the Suramar questline in the ''Legion'' expansion, players are given an illusionary disguise to wander around Suramar City. The sentries in the city utter the quoted line before casting a spell that would dispel the disguise. Since there are many sentries located throughout the city, players hear this line A LOT.[[/labelnote]]
* Nomi's tendency to burn food has become legendary. [[labelnote:explanation]]Nomi is an NPC that acts as the pathway to develop the player's cooking skill during the ''Legion'' expansion. To do this, the player has to give him some food in exchange for the possibility of learning new cooking recipes. Unfortunately, Nomi is a shit cook and burns a lot of the food the player gives him and the recipes the player gets are few and far in between. However, WordOfGod states that he will get better as the expansion progresses.[[/labelnote]]
** Became an AscendedMeme by being referenced in one of Blizzard's hotfix notes.
-->Blizzard hotfix note: ''Nomi will now also check your bank to see if you have any Silver Mackerel for him to burn.''
15th Sep '16 10:24:43 PM EricNeoMatrix
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** Becomes an ascended meme when Illidan tells his demon hunters that they "are now prepared" in a lore video.

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** Becomes an ascended meme AscendedMeme in ''Legion'', when Illidan tells his Illidari demon hunters that they "are now prepared" in a lore video.
9th Sep '16 9:10:43 AM eyyyyyyy
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* Khadgar [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1j2BMPe7L0 is a pretty shit wizard.]] [[labelnote:Explanation]] A reference to the linked video. Often crops up (usually with fondness) when Khadgar is mentioned in forums or ingame chat.[[/labelnote]]
5th Sep '16 7:39:33 PM Reymma
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** Vol'Jin for Warchief 2012 [[labelnote:Explanation]]The more plausible option to replace Garrosh was the troll leader Vol'Jin, who opposed him at several points. Became an AscendedMeme towards the end of Mists of Pandaria with Garrosh overthrown and Vol'jin succeeding him.[[/labelnote]]



*** Is now an important part of the lore and quests concerning the blood elves in Mists of Pandaria and is shown to be a capable leader who cares for his people and questions Garrosh's ambitions and leadership.

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*** Is now He was given an important part of in the lore and quests concerning surrounding the blood elves in Isle of Thunder and Mogu excavations during Mists of Pandaria and is shown rose from obscurity to be a capable leader who cares for his people and questions Garrosh's ambitions and leadership.reckless warmongering.



* Vol'Jin for Warchief 2012 [[labelnote:Explanation]]A common Youtube comment by people who would rather have Vol'Jin as Warchief instead of Garrosh, due to how he flips off Garrosh. [[spoiler:Became an AscendedMeme in Mists of Pandera now that Thrall has named Vol'Jin his sucessor]].[[/labelnote]]



* [=KaraSpire=] 2014! [[labelnote:Explanation]]At Blizzcon 2013, it was announced that Karabor (Black Temple before its corruption) and Bladespire Citadel (an imposing ogre fortress) would be the capital cities on Draenor for the Alliance and Horde respectively. There were immersive questlines involved in taking these cities; the Alliance would defend Karabor from an Iron Horde onslaught, and the Horde would capture Bladespire from the ogres. The playerbase was generally ''very'' excited for this, but in June 2014, the devs said on Twitter that they had been replaced as bases with two tiny, generic, faceless hubs on the PvP-oriented island of Ashran, located well away from most of the action and largely separate from the overarching storyline of the expansion. This caused an uproar in the playerbase, who had a number of criticisms: the new Ashran hubs lacking anything like the scale or epic feel of the original capitals; the squandering of an excellent way to integrate the draenei better into the Alliance (Karabor was the base of the draenei Exarchs on Draenor); the Ashran hubs being easily attackable by the opposite faction; the bases being almost entirely orc- and human-based, where many players felt the orcs and humans hogged too much of the spotlight from the other races on their respective factions; and the fact that players would have these involved, epic storylines to take or defend these cities, only to later have little to no reason to go back there. Combine that with a flimsy (and almost counterintuitive) story explanation by the dev Lore, and following that the reveal that they had changed their plans soon after Blizzcon ''without ever bothering to inform the playerbase'', and the community went nuts. It led to an extensive campaign (though ultimately unsuccessful) to get the old capitals restored - there was a chain of nearly 40 threads on the topic on the US forums alone, and an extensive hashtag campaign on Twitter, using lines such as #SaveOurCities, #KaraSpire2014, #SaveKarabor, #SaveBladespire, and #Trashran. Months later, the capitals are still a sore point for critics of the expansion.[[/labelnote]]
* '''CITIZENS OF DALARAN''' [[labelnote:Explanation]]With the advent of Patch 6.0.2, one-time Raid Destroyer Algalon the Observer became fairly trivial for players at level 90 to solo. As a result, Rhonin's speech following any player handing in the quest gained from defeating Algalon started to be heard once every five minutes, or even more frequently. There was even an addon (aptly named "Shut Up Rhonin") created to mute the speech.[[/labelnote]]

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* [=KaraSpire=] 2014! [[labelnote:Explanation]]At Blizzcon 2013, it was announced that Karabor (Black Temple before its corruption) and Bladespire Citadel (an imposing ogre fortress) would be the capital cities on Draenor for the Alliance and Horde respectively. There were immersive questlines involved in taking these cities; the Alliance would defend Karabor from an Iron Horde onslaught, and the Horde would capture Bladespire from the ogres. The playerbase was generally ''very'' excited for this, but in June 2014, the devs said on Twitter that they had been replaced as bases with two tiny, generic, faceless hubs on the PvP-oriented island of Ashran, located well away from most of the action and largely separate from the overarching storyline of the expansion. This caused an uproar in the playerbase, who had a number of criticisms: the new Ashran hubs lacking anything like the scale or epic feel of the original capitals; the squandering of an excellent way to integrate the draenei better into the Alliance (Karabor was the base of the draenei Exarchs on Draenor); the Ashran hubs being easily attackable by the opposite faction; the bases being almost entirely orc- and human-based, where many players felt the orcs and humans hogged too much of the spotlight from the other races on their respective factions; and the fact that players would have these involved, epic storylines to take or defend these cities, only to later have little to no reason to go back there. Combine that with a flimsy (and almost counterintuitive) story explanation by the dev developer Lore, and following that the reveal that they had changed their plans soon after Blizzcon ''without ever bothering to inform the playerbase'', and the community went nuts. It led to an extensive campaign (though ultimately unsuccessful) to get the old capitals restored - there was a chain of nearly 40 threads on the topic on the US forums alone, and an extensive hashtag campaign on Twitter, using lines such as #SaveOurCities, #KaraSpire2014, #SaveKarabor, #SaveBladespire, and #Trashran. Months later, the capitals are still a sore point for critics of the expansion.[[/labelnote]]
* '''CITIZENS OF DALARAN''' [[labelnote:Explanation]]With the advent of Patch 6.0.2, one-time Raid Destroyer Algalon the Observer became fairly trivial for players at level 90 to solo. As a result, Rhonin's speech speech, once very rare, following any player handing in the quest gained from defeating Algalon started to be heard once every five minutes, or even more frequently. There was even an addon (aptly named "Shut Up Rhonin") created to mute shut him up, and in time the speech.event was tweaked to only be audible in the immediate vicinity.[[/labelnote]]



* Jaina is a Dreadlord. [[labelnote:Explanation]]Ever since the bombing of Theramore destroyed Jaina's pacifism and took her anger and hatred towards the Horde too far that she hated ''anything'' Horde, no matter how sane certain members are (e.g: Vol'jin, Baine), and as of ''Legion'', left Dalaran in anger because Khadgar is letting Horde members into Dalaran, and effectively leading Dalaran now... well a lot has thought that somehow this new, overly aggressive Jaina is a Dreadlord in disguise, whereas the more recognized pacifistic and reasonable Jaina is either considered just hiding, got shanghai'ed to VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm or 'died in Theramore'.[[/labelnote]]

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* Jaina is a Dreadlord. [[labelnote:Explanation]]Ever [[labelnote:Explanation]]Jaina was once the voice of diplomacy in the Alliance; ever since the bombing of Theramore destroyed Jaina's pacifism and took her anger and hatred towards she became a war hawk hating anyone in the Horde too far that she hated ''anything'' Horde, no matter how sane certain members are (e.g: Vol'jin, Baine), even the more reasonable leaders, and as of ''Legion'', has left Dalaran in anger because Khadgar is letting it has been opened to the Horde members into Dalaran, and effectively leading Dalaran now... well a lot has thought again... players unhappy with the change speculate that somehow this new, overly aggressive angry Jaina is a Dreadlord in disguise, whereas and the more recognized pacifistic and reasonable pacifist Jaina is either considered just in hiding, got shanghai'ed to VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm or 'died in Theramore'.[[/labelnote]]
17th Aug '16 9:16:40 AM AjWargo
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* I'LL RIP THE SECRETS FROM YOUR FLESH![[labelnote:Explanation]]Said by the first boss of the Scarlet Monastary Graveyard and now final boss of Rank 1 of the Brawler's Guild.[[/labelnote]]

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* I'LL RIP THE SECRETS FROM YOUR FLESH![[labelnote:Explanation]]Said by Interrogator Vishas, the first boss of the Scarlet Monastary Graveyard and now final boss of Rank 1 of the Brawler's Guild.[[/labelnote]]
10th Aug '16 8:42:36 AM YZQ
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**Becomes an ascended meme in ''Legion'': Retribution Paladins will get to wield it [[spoiler: after Tirion is killed]].
10th Aug '16 8:38:46 AM YZQ
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* "GIVE WARLOCKS GREEN FIRE" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Fel magic is often represented by the color green. It's a common belief among warlocks that having their fire spells be green instead of orange would be incredibly awesome. They do get a green fire spell in Cataclysm. And in patch 5.2, Rise of the Thunder King, Warlocks get a long class quest that grants them green fire in all their fire-based spells.[[/labelnote]]

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**Becomes an ascended meme when Illidan tells his demon hunters that they "are now prepared" in a lore video.
* "GIVE WARLOCKS GREEN FIRE" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Fel magic is often represented by the color green. It's a common belief among warlocks that having their fire spells be green instead of orange would be incredibly awesome. They do get a green fire spell in Cataclysm. And in patch 5.2, Rise ''Rise of the Thunder King, King'', Warlocks get a long class quest that grants them green fire in all their fire-based spells.[[/labelnote]]
5th Aug '16 9:03:53 AM hullflyer
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** Also mentioned in Hearthstone with the "Master of Disguise" card wich represent a beautiful female blood elf and wich description is "In truth, it's a tauren."

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** Also mentioned in Hearthstone with the "Master of Disguise" card wich represent which represents a beautiful female blood elf and wich the description is "In truth, it's a tauren."
4th Jul '16 3:17:18 PM Eagal
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* Rogues do it from behind.
** [[Memes/TabletopGame D&D rogues did it first]].
** Now an AscendedMeme. In content patch 4.1, an optional boss (that you may or may not get) will yell this [[HighlyVisibleNinja whenever he does a backstab attack.]]



* [[NinjaLooting NOBODY TOUCH THAT CORPSE, THOSE BOOTS ARE MINE!]]



* Paladin nerfs? TO THE GROUND, BABY!



* My staff is a good one.
** LOOK IT OVER



* [[http://www.cwsargeras.blogspot.com/2009/03/scourge-chat-log-1.html >8<]] [[http://www.cwsargeras.blogspot.com/2009/03/scourge-chat-log-2.html spider]] [[http://www.cwsargeras.blogspot.com/2009/03/scourge-chat-log-3.html pride]]



* [[http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e388/vertidog/catdps.jpg JOHN FUCKING MADDEN]]
** Now you see, the Ogres are the biggest guys on the field. There's nobody on the field bigger than the Ogres, that's why they're the biggest guys on the field. [[labelnote:Explanation]]Feral druid DPS is considered one of the most complicated "rotations" in the game.[[/labelnote]]

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* [[http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e388/vertidog/catdps.jpg JOHN FUCKING MADDEN]]
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Now you see, the Ogres are the biggest guys on the field. There's nobody on the field bigger than the Ogres, that's why they're the biggest guys on the field. [[labelnote:Explanation]]Feral druid DPS is considered one of the most complicated "rotations" in the game.[[/labelnote]]



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r7vZKzTEJQ I WILL ENGULF AS I PLEASE!]] (0:18)
* Warlocks ride [[AllInARow single file]] [[http://azeroth.metblogs.com/2006/06/22/warlocks-ride-in-single-file/ to hide their numbers]]



* [[{{Troll}} Why is Arthas' mount called]] [[RougeAnglesOfSatin Invincible]] [[ComicallyMissingThePoint if I can see it]]?



* HOW I MINE FOR FISH



* World Of Warcraft.......Catacalysm (kuh-tack-uh-liz-um) will change the gameplay forever.



* Thrall's balls! They're everywhere...
** [[{{Squick}} Fangirls... *shudder*]]
** [[YaoiFangirl Other fangirls]]: {{Squee}}



* [Dirge]
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