History NightmareFuel / Warcraft

11th Jul '16 11:25:28 AM ShamusAran
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* The whole Deadwind Pass zone is pretty creepy, what with its sparse, foreboding atmosphere and troubled lore. It doesn't take long to get through, mitigating the scare factor, but it's still not very pleasant. On a side note: if you go off the beaten path a bit, you'll find a small area called Ariden's Camp...but it's completely deserted, and there's no record of character named Ariden in any other Blizzard media. What could have happened to them?

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* The whole Deadwind Pass zone is pretty creepy, what with its sparse, foreboding atmosphere and troubled lore. It doesn't take long to get through, mitigating the scare factor, but it's still not very pleasant. On a side note: if you go off the beaten path a bit, you'll find a small area called Ariden's Camp...but it's completely deserted, and there's no record of character named Ariden in any other Blizzard media. What could have happened to them?them?
** In ''Legion'' [[spoiler:it is revealed that Ariden was a brigand cursed by Sargeras to forever hunt down magical relics for his host, Medivh. If you play an Affliction Warlock, you obtain one such artifact: Ulthalesh, The Deadwind Harvester. Shortly after, the scythe ''eats Ariden's soul.'']]
10th Jul '16 5:04:03 PM EmperorZim
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* On the subject of ''Warcraft'', believe it or not, at one point Blizzard was planning on making a game where the orcs would invade the modern-day world; you know, the one we live in right now. They abandoned the idea after they realized such a game wouldn't fit in with the feel of the Warcraft Universe, among other things. A lot of Warcraft fans agree with that move, but then you get hit with the FridgeLogic of what would happen if the [[OmnicidalManiac Burning Legion]] did indeed invade our modern-day world. Our nuclear weapons may have worked in WorldWarII, but they would probably just ''tickle'' Sargeras.

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* On the subject of ''Warcraft'', believe it or not, at one point Blizzard was planning on making a game where the orcs would invade the modern-day world; you know, the one we live in right now. They abandoned the idea after they realized such a game wouldn't fit in with the feel of the Warcraft Universe, among other things. A lot of Warcraft fans agree with that move, but then you get hit with the FridgeLogic of what would happen if the [[OmnicidalManiac [[TheLegionsOfHell Burning Legion]] did indeed invade our modern-day world. Our nuclear weapons may have worked in WorldWarII, but they would probably just ''tickle'' Sargeras.
30th May '16 12:33:42 AM Nozdordomu
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* Through they are supposed to form the Titans combating the void, the "world souls" in itself is a horrifying concept. Titans are born in the core of a planet, and they will become living worlds. If planets are breeding grounds and wombs for Titans, then [[FridgeHorror what happens]] [[InferredHolocaust to all the civilizations and races that evolve on a planet that houses a world-soul]]?

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* Through they are supposed to form the Titans combating the void, the "world souls" in itself is a horrifying concept. Titans are born in the core of a planet, and they will become living worlds. If planets are breeding grounds and wombs for Titans, then [[FridgeHorror what happens]] [[InferredHolocaust to all the civilizations and races that evolve on a planet that houses a world-soul]]?world-soul]]?
* The whole Deadwind Pass zone is pretty creepy, what with its sparse, foreboding atmosphere and troubled lore. It doesn't take long to get through, mitigating the scare factor, but it's still not very pleasant. On a side note: if you go off the beaten path a bit, you'll find a small area called Ariden's Camp...but it's completely deserted, and there's no record of character named Ariden in any other Blizzard media. What could have happened to them?
16th Apr '16 11:19:19 PM ThisGuy481
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*** And, to make it worse, that isn't to kill them - you literally can't. No, it's merely to prevent them from destroying all non-void and non-light life - basically, Sargeras is trying to commit murder-suicide on a universal scale... [[FridgeHorror which means they win anyway.]]
11th Apr '16 11:22:10 AM Akaihiryuu
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** Now that more details have been given about the Titans in the new Chronicles book (they are living planets in the shape of collosal humanoids the size of planets), we wouldn't stand a chance against Sargeras, nuclear weapons or not. He has been show to easily cleave a planet in two with his sword.

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** Now that more details have been given about the Titans in the new Chronicles book (they are living planets in the shape of collosal humanoids the size of planets), we wouldn't stand a chance against Sargeras, nuclear weapons or not. He has been show to easily cleave a planet in two with his sword. He could use Earth as a basketball if he so desired.
11th Apr '16 11:21:32 AM Akaihiryuu
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** Now that more details have been given about the Titans in the new Chronicles book, we wouldn't stand a chance against Sargeras, nuclear weapons or not. He's basically a living planet, and can easily cleave a planet in two with his sword.

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** Now that more details have been given about the Titans in the new Chronicles book, book (they are living planets in the shape of collosal humanoids the size of planets), we wouldn't stand a chance against Sargeras, nuclear weapons or not. He's basically a living planet, and can He has been show to easily cleave a planet in two with his sword.
11th Apr '16 11:20:20 AM Akaihiryuu
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** Now that more details have been given about the Titans in the new Chronicles book, we wouldn't stand a chance against Sargeras, nuclear weapons or not. He's basically a living planet, and can easily cleave a planet in two with his sword.
9th Apr '16 8:38:22 PM Daniel1559
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* Through they are supposed to form the Titans combating the void, the "world souls" in itself is a horrifying concept. Titans are born in the core of a planet, and they will become living worlds. If planets are breeing grounds and wombs for Titans, then [[FridgeHorror what happens]] [[InferredHolocaust to all the civilizations and races that evolve on a planet that houses a world-soul]]?

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* Through they are supposed to form the Titans combating the void, the "world souls" in itself is a horrifying concept. Titans are born in the core of a planet, and they will become living worlds. If planets are breeing breeding grounds and wombs for Titans, then [[FridgeHorror what happens]] [[InferredHolocaust to all the civilizations and races that evolve on a planet that houses a world-soul]]?
9th Apr '16 8:37:53 PM Daniel1559
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** It goes deeper, the Void Gods corrupting a titan is the reason ''Sargeras'' went insane because he was so terrified of them that he believed the only way they could be stopped is to unite the entire universe under a corrupting, unstable power.

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** It goes deeper, the Void Gods corrupting a titan is the reason ''Sargeras'' went insane because he was so terrified of them that he believed the only way they could be stopped is to unite the entire universe under a corrupting, unstable power.power.
* Through they are supposed to form the Titans combating the void, the "world souls" in itself is a horrifying concept. Titans are born in the core of a planet, and they will become living worlds. If planets are breeing grounds and wombs for Titans, then [[FridgeHorror what happens]] [[InferredHolocaust to all the civilizations and races that evolve on a planet that houses a world-soul]]?
31st Mar '16 6:48:19 AM NaraNumas
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* According to the new book Chronicles, there are these things called Void Gods that are all powerful, created the old gods (keep in mind, four old gods took the entire pantheon united to defeat divided) and hate all non-void life. Sweet dreams.

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* According to the new book Chronicles, there are these things called Void Gods that are all powerful, created the old gods (keep in mind, four old gods took the entire pantheon united to defeat divided) and hate all non-void life. Sweet dreams.life.
** It goes deeper, the Void Gods corrupting a titan is the reason ''Sargeras'' went insane because he was so terrified of them that he believed the only way they could be stopped is to unite the entire universe under a corrupting, unstable power.
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