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9th Nov '17 2:54:52 PM BluTaiger
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* Alternatively, Kael is truly gone... but he died as himself in Tempest Keep, the Prince who only wanted the best for his people. When the Burning Legion Priestess 'revived' him by shoving off fel magic to him, that 'being' is no longer Kael, just a husk that adopted his personality, memory and amped up his worst traits and make him more into a Kil'jaeden avid worshipper. The Blood Elves were fooled, thinking that Kael came back seriously fucked up and he ended up dying disgracing the Blood Elves, while in truth, it was the Burning Legion's final 'fuck you' to the Blood Elves by manipulating them into thinking that their beloved prince fell so hard. The Kael in the Magister's Terrace is not the real Kael, the real one died in Tempest Keep, and the final 'Kael' was but a random demon/monster built on his personality and memory. Want proof? When Kael died at Tempest Keep, he said "For Quel'thalas!". This would be VERY alien to the new revived Kael in Magister's Terrace.

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* Alternatively, Kael is truly gone... but he died as himself in Tempest Keep, the Prince who only wanted the best for his people. When the Burning Legion Priestess 'revived' him by shoving off fel magic to him, that 'being' is no longer Kael, just a husk that adopted his personality, memory and amped up his worst traits and make him more into a Kil'jaeden avid worshipper. The Blood Elves were fooled, thinking that Kael came back seriously fucked messed up and he ended up dying disgracing the Blood Elves, while in truth, it was the Burning Legion's final 'fuck 'screw you' to the Blood Elves by manipulating them into thinking that their beloved prince fell so hard. The Kael in the Magister's Terrace is not the real Kael, the real one died in Tempest Keep, and the final 'Kael' was but a random demon/monster built on his personality and memory. Want proof? When Kael died at Tempest Keep, he said "For Quel'thalas!". This would be VERY alien to the new revived Kael in Magister's Terrace.
5th Nov '17 7:59:23 PM Jokubas
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[[folder: Expansion 7]]

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[[folder: Expansion 7]]Battle for Azeroth]]




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* Jossed. The six new "Allied Races" do not include Nathrezim.
31st Oct '17 11:33:20 PM Vir
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* To find him, drown yourself in the circle of stars. - Extremely vague. Could refer to some powerful spacial entity.

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* To find him, drown yourself in the circle of stars. - Extremely vague. Could refer Refers to some powerful spacial entity.[[FinalBoss Argus the Unmaker]] and how you reach him.
1st Oct '17 12:44:22 PM nombretomado
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*** He didn't "win." The fight was interrupted. And the [[WorldOfWarcraftComic comics]] {{retcon}}ned it into Thrall solidly trouncing [[FanNickname Hecksqueal]] anyway.

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*** He didn't "win." The fight was interrupted. And the [[WorldOfWarcraftComic [[ComicBook/WorldOfWarcraft comics]] {{retcon}}ned it into Thrall solidly trouncing [[FanNickname Hecksqueal]] anyway.



If that's the case, I wouldn't be surprised if Blizzard later released a final expansion that details the end of the WorldOfWarcraft, then pull a reboot to get back to the time between ''3'' and ''[=WoW=]'' and use the majority of HOTS characterization as their cornerstone of characterization to tell a new tale that hopefully do not degenerate into "Grab as many ConflictBall as we can" or "Make this guy Raid Boss, derail him as hell." Hey, if it works with VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV, I don't see why [=WoW=] cannot.

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If that's the case, I wouldn't be surprised if Blizzard later released a final expansion that details the end of the WorldOfWarcraft, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', then pull a reboot to get back to the time between ''3'' and ''[=WoW=]'' and use the majority of HOTS characterization as their cornerstone of characterization to tell a new tale that hopefully do not degenerate into "Grab as many ConflictBall as we can" or "Make this guy Raid Boss, derail him as hell." Hey, if it works with VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV, I don't see why [=WoW=] cannot.



And seeing that Wrath of Lich King was the last expansion before shit hit the storm big with Cataclysm, this expansion may become the GrandFinale of the WorldOfWarcraft storyline, in which Thrall and Anduin work together to defeat the threat of Kel'Thuzad and Jaina, resulting the death of the latter and finally they had an epiphany just how much this whole war costs, especially when one of the people they cared most died for it, and makes it clear that they will no longer accept war and once this whole business is done, everyone must work for peace, ''or else''.

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And seeing that Wrath of Lich King was the last expansion before shit hit the storm big with Cataclysm, this expansion may become the GrandFinale of the WorldOfWarcraft ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' storyline, in which Thrall and Anduin work together to defeat the threat of Kel'Thuzad and Jaina, resulting the death of the latter and finally they had an epiphany just how much this whole war costs, especially when one of the people they cared most died for it, and makes it clear that they will no longer accept war and once this whole business is done, everyone must work for peace, ''or else''.



Not that I want it to, but while Warcraft is very popular, it's a lot less popular than VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft. If you base it on Humans as the heroes, with the rest of the Alliance as backup, and the Horde as villains, you're going to jack off at least 50% of the fanbase. It's never going to be as good as the game.

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Not that I want it to, but while Warcraft is very popular, it's a lot less popular than VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft.''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. If you base it on Humans as the heroes, with the rest of the Alliance as backup, and the Horde as villains, you're going to jack off at least 50% of the fanbase. It's never going to be as good as the game.



[[WMG: VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft is hypnotic!]]

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[[WMG: VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' is hypnotic!]]
23rd Sep '17 5:47:22 AM lillolillo
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In TheShatteringPreludeToCataclysm, Thrall laments that Varian doesn't trust him and the younger generation of the Horde (not just Garrosh) is more warlike [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman as a result of having gotten used to fighting undead]], and presumably also due to the idea of atoning for the Old Horde's atrocities being lost on those who didn't live through them. Eitrigg, hearing this, notes that Thrall seems soul sick, and suggests getting a mate and children to ensure that he will have an heir should he pass on. The Desire part of the Elemental Bonds quest indicates that Thrall wants, more than anything, to give up being Warchief and raise a family. It's thus possible that he won't return to being Warchief, especially if there are ways he can help all of Azeroth rather than just the Horde.

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In TheShatteringPreludeToCataclysm, ''Literature/TheShatteringPreludeToCataclysm'', Thrall laments that Varian doesn't trust him and the younger generation of the Horde (not just Garrosh) is more warlike [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman as a result of having gotten used to fighting undead]], and presumably also due to the idea of atoning for the Old Horde's atrocities being lost on those who didn't live through them. Eitrigg, hearing this, notes that Thrall seems soul sick, and suggests getting a mate and children to ensure that he will have an heir should he pass on. The Desire part of the Elemental Bonds quest indicates that Thrall wants, more than anything, to give up being Warchief and raise a family. It's thus possible that he won't return to being Warchief, especially if there are ways he can help all of Azeroth rather than just the Horde.
6th Sep '17 1:17:36 AM Jokubas
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[[WMG: Nathrezim will become playable.]]
Lothraxion has established the idea that the nathrezim do not have to be evil (even if his form is presumably a result of Xe'ra's intervention). Meanwhile, Heroes of the Storm referencing the 'Jaina is a Dreadlord' meme, by adding a Dreadlord Jaina skin, means that it's also debuting a design for female nathrezim, something that has not existed prior. Following Legion, it could be easy to find nathrezim with nowhere else to go, and since the Dreadlords introduced Sargeras to the Void, the nathrezim's story doesn't have to end with the Legion.
6th Sep '17 1:05:14 AM Jokubas
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[[folder: Outside WoW]]

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[[folder: Outside WoW]]
[=WoW=]]]
20th Aug '17 5:40:10 PM Vir
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[[WMG: Il'gynoth's cryptic quotes have meaning behind them, and some of them are {{foreshadowing}} the events of the next expansion]]
* Flesh is his gift. He is your true creator. - Refers to Yogg-Saron, the source of the Curse of Flesh.
* To find him, drown yourself in the circle of stars. - Extremely vague. Could refer to some powerful spacial entity.
* The king of diamonds has been made a pawn. - Magni is being used.
* The lord of ravens will turn the key. - Might refer to Khadgar or Medivh. Could refer to Kur'talos Ravencrest were his role in ''Legion'' not so minor.
* The boy-king serves at the master's table. Three lies will he offer you. - Anduin is being used.
* Her heart is a crater, and we have filled it. - Azeroth's world-soul is being corrupted.
* Five keys to open our way. Five torches to light our path. - In using the Pillars of Creation to seal the Tomb of Sargeras, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero the player will end up having a hand in the Old Gods' plans.]]
* At the hour of her third death, she will usher in our coming. - See the sixth quote. Azeroth's first "death" was the Great Sundering and its second was the Cataclysm.
* From the earth, he draws strength. Our earth. Our strength. - Likely refers to N'Zoth.
* Its surface blazes bright, masking shadows below. - Could refer to a Naaru.
20th Jul '17 11:33:34 AM LadyJaneGrey
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20th Jul '17 11:33:29 AM LadyJaneGrey
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[[WMG: Jaina will become an antagonist.]]
* Where did she go? Bizzard only says, they can't tell us, but "she's pissed". The long, complex theory is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ak27EqD6AoI explained here.]] (Note that the poster ''does not'' believe it, but many do.)

[[WMG: Alleria Windrunner will be an antagonist.]]
* Same video explains it, and the poster ''does'' believe this.
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