History NightmareFuel / Warcraft

9th Oct '17 11:05:04 AM diaaru
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* The Prophet Tharon'ja. The skeleton of a wind serpent (Quetzalcoatlesque winged snake). During the fight ''she steals'' your flesh to regrow hers and turns ''you'' into skeletons!

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* The Prophet Tharon'ja. The skeleton of a wind serpent (Quetzalcoatlesque winged snake). During the fight ''she ''he steals'' your flesh to regrow hers and turns ''you'' into skeletons!
3rd Oct '17 4:35:54 PM WatcherCCG
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* Chronicles revealed that the Titans, the gods many have been hoping will be able to stop the Legion, have been dead for millennia. And ''Legion'' reveals that Sargeras captured almost all of their souls and has spend a good portion of that time torturing them in an attempt to created his own Dark Pantheon. And ''it's almost working''. In fact [[spoiler: Aggramar has been made to serve Sargeras, as has Argus]].

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** [[FridgeHorror Even scarier?]] [[spoiler: Had Illidan said yes, the entire tone of the moment would have become one of heroic transformation and redemption, and many of us, the players, would have most likely taken the choice at face value, just like everyone else in the room, completely missing all the horrible implications of this "gift".]]
* Chronicles revealed that the Titans, the gods many have been hoping will be able to stop the Legion, have been dead for millennia. And ''Legion'' reveals that Sargeras captured almost all of their souls and has spend spent a good portion of that time torturing them in an attempt to created create his own Dark Pantheon. And ''it's almost working''. In fact starting to work'': [[spoiler: Aggramar has been made to serve Sargeras, as has Argus]].
2nd Oct '17 3:31:13 AM SkidTroper
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* From the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Td0pUwrBWjc Rejection of the Gift]] cinematic, [[spoiler: Xe'ra becomes quite possibly the creepiest naaru, if not the creepiest representative of the Light, by essentially trying to force the Light onto Illidan whether he wishes for it or not. Regardless of the questionable things Illidan has done, it's incredibly chilling to hear a ''naaru'' saying things like "Your old life has passed. The Light will forge you a new one." with clear undertones of HeelFaceBrainwashing going on.]]
* Chronicles revealed that the Titans, the gods many have been hoping will be able to stop the Legion, have been dead for millennia. And ''Legion'' reveals that Sargeras captured almost all of their souls and has spend a good portion of that time torturing them in an attempt to created his own Dark Pantheon. And ''it's almost working''.

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* From the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Td0pUwrBWjc Rejection of the Gift]] cinematic, [[spoiler: Xe'ra becomes quite possibly the creepiest naaru, if not the creepiest representative of the Light, by essentially trying to force the Light onto Illidan whether he wishes for it or not. Regardless of the While Illidan has done some questionable things Illidan has done, it's incredibly and immoral things, some found it very chilling to hear a ''naaru'' saying things like "Your old life has passed. The Light will forge you a new one." with clear undertones of HeelFaceBrainwashing going on.]]
* Chronicles revealed that the Titans, the gods many have been hoping will be able to stop the Legion, have been dead for millennia. And ''Legion'' reveals that Sargeras captured almost all of their souls and has spend a good portion of that time torturing them in an attempt to created his own Dark Pantheon. And ''it's almost working''. In fact [[spoiler: Aggramar has been made to serve Sargeras, as has Argus]].
25th Sep '17 5:16:13 AM BlackSwan81
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* In ''Legion'' we see the fate that befell the eredar who refused the Legion's offer but were not able to reach the Exodar. Like their relatives in Outland, they have devolved into Broken and live in the shadows of their broken homeland. And they've endured this hellish existence for ''millennia'', many having been alive long enough to see their world's fall.

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* In ''Legion'' we see the fate that befell the eredar who refused the Legion's offer but were did not able to reach the Exodar.leave Argus. Like their relatives in Outland, they have devolved into Broken and live in the shadows of their broken homeland. And they've endured this hellish existence for ''millennia'', many having been alive long enough to see their world's fall.
24th Sep '17 1:31:11 PM TSBasilisk
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** They have also created the Ur'zul fiends: Hound-like abominations created by fusing together the tortured bodies and souls of their captives. The Many-Faced Devourer has a chance of dropping a pet based on one of its component souls: A ''child''.
23rd Sep '17 9:32:08 AM Opalure
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*** Then again, there ''are'' civilians present...
22nd Sep '17 8:31:18 PM TSBasilisk
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* Chronicles revealed that the Titans, the gods many have been hoping will be able to stop the Legion, have been dead for millennia. And ''Legion'' reveals that Sargeras captured almost all of their souls and has spend a good portion of that time torturing them in an attempt to created his own Dark Pantheon. And ''it's almost working''.

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* Chronicles revealed that the Titans, the gods many have been hoping will be able to stop the Legion, have been dead for millennia. And ''Legion'' reveals that Sargeras captured almost all of their souls and has spend a good portion of that time torturing them in an attempt to created his own Dark Pantheon. And ''it's almost working''.working''.
* In ''Legion'' we see the fate that befell the eredar who refused the Legion's offer but were not able to reach the Exodar. Like their relatives in Outland, they have devolved into Broken and live in the shadows of their broken homeland. And they've endured this hellish existence for ''millennia'', many having been alive long enough to see their world's fall.
** In Krokuun they must evade slave raids by the Legion which lead to two horrible fates. The lucky are further corrupted with fel and turned into demon slaves laboring for the rest of eternity. The unlucky are tortured to death only for their very souls to be captured and further tormented to fuel the Legion's weapons.
** In Mac'aree the survivors slowly gave into despair and succumbed to the whispers of the Void. Most are insane or have degenerated into withered creatures with only a handful mastering the taint.
22nd Sep '17 6:14:06 PM TSBasilisk
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* From the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Td0pUwrBWjc Rejection of the Gift]] cinematic, [[spoiler: Xe'ra becomes quite possibly the creepiest naaru, if not the creepiest representative of the Light, by essentially trying to force the Light onto Illidan whether he wishes for it or not. Regardless of the questionable things Illidan has done, it's incredibly chilling to hear a ''naaru'' saying things like "Your old life has passed. The Light will forge you a new one." with clear undertones of HeelFaceBrainwashing going on.]]

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* From the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Td0pUwrBWjc Rejection of the Gift]] cinematic, [[spoiler: Xe'ra becomes quite possibly the creepiest naaru, if not the creepiest representative of the Light, by essentially trying to force the Light onto Illidan whether he wishes for it or not. Regardless of the questionable things Illidan has done, it's incredibly chilling to hear a ''naaru'' saying things like "Your old life has passed. The Light will forge you a new one." with clear undertones of HeelFaceBrainwashing going on.]]]]
* Chronicles revealed that the Titans, the gods many have been hoping will be able to stop the Legion, have been dead for millennia. And ''Legion'' reveals that Sargeras captured almost all of their souls and has spend a good portion of that time torturing them in an attempt to created his own Dark Pantheon. And ''it's almost working''.
18th Sep '17 9:54:59 PM TSBasilisk
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** One ship and a nearby Soul Engine are destroyed during the assault on the Broken Shore, releasing their fuel: The defiled remains of enough humanoids to ''fill an entire valley''.
18th Sep '17 5:30:52 PM TSBasilisk
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** Think again. Between pre-existing lore and the revelation in ''Legion'' of their true capabilities, humanity would be in dire straits.
*** One of the favorite tactics of Kil'jaeden is to send dreadlords and succubi to subvert the military and government of their targets. All they need do is trigger a nuclear war between the major nations and then sweep up the rest afterwards.
*** ''Legion'' shows what their invasion can look like: An entirely unpredictable appearance of infantry, fortified emplacements, artillery, and ''spaceships'' anywhere they please. By the time the military could organize a response, entire towns or cities would be decimated. And even if the military can manage to drive the invasion back, the demons will just be reborn on Argus to invade again whereas the soldiers lost in battle will take years to replace. At best you're facing a slow war of attrition; at worst, entire cities will vanish without warning.
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