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23rd Aug '16 3:44:18 PM Sheason
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[[WMG: Darkspear never die...]]
* Vol'jin dying on the Broken Shore doesn't make sense. Anyone who has read ''Shadows of the Horde'' will tell you that Vol'jin is absolutely, utterly, and completely impossible to kill, thanks both to his insanely fast [[HealingFactor regeneration]] (which is fast even by troll standards, and his one-on-one relationship with [[DontFearTheReaper Bwonsamdi]], the Darkspear [[{{TheGrimReaper}} Loa of the Dead]]. That's kind of his most memorable character trait - [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech among]] [[BloodKnight many]] [[GuileHero memorable]] [[OnlySaneMan character]] [[BrassBalls traits]]. I have a feeling that Vol'jin isn't really dead, and he's instead pulling off a [[{{PragmaticHero}} Nick Fury]] in [[Film/{{CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier}} Captain America: Winter Soldier]] here: [[{{FakingTheDead}} "Can't kill you if you're already dead."]] After all, that funeral pyre seems to contain a collection of objects that ''could'' contain a troll, but knowing Vol'jin, the whole thing was a ruse to throw the Legion off the scent. If they're not looking for him, he can freely hunt the Legion from the shadows. After all...
->'''[[{{BadassCreed}} Darkspear never die.]]'''
16th Jul '16 12:10:04 AM EmperorZim
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Decause no one who comes back here knows how to sort it.

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Decause Because no one who comes back here knows how to sort it.
16th Jul '16 12:08:22 AM EmperorZim
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'''[[WMG: In Legion, Gul'dan will be working ''against'' the Burning Legion]]'''
After all, why would a servant of the Burning Legion resurrect the most powerful demon ''hunter''? Additionally, it would make sense considering the Legion's [[YouHaveFailedMe low tolerance towards failure]].
9th Jul '16 9:19:58 AM Bootlebat
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''' [[WMG: Sylvanas was EvilAllAlong]]
We assume she was a good person based on the events of Warcraft 3 but what if she was always evil and turning undead just made her true nature more obvious?
30th Apr '16 6:21:31 PM nombretomado
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''''''[[WMG:The WoW WMG page will never be sorted]]

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* The Tauren can't even claim the Horde is entirely eco-friendly; the activities of the Goblins - ALL of them, not just Venture Co. - would put the most nefarious ''CaptainPlanet'' villain to shame.

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* The Tauren can't even claim the Horde is entirely eco-friendly; the activities of the Goblins - ALL of them, not just Venture Co. - would put the most nefarious ''CaptainPlanet'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|and the Planeteers}}'' villain to shame.
22nd Apr '16 6:08:12 AM Jasin_Moridin
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*** It gets rather more interesting afterward, though... [[spoiler:If you're a Death Knight, at least. The Knights of the Ebon Blade decide to bring forth their own Four Horsemen to fight against the Burning Legion, using a spell that has to be voluntarily accepted by the recipient. They choose [[HonorBeforeReason General Nazgrim]], [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking King Thoras Trollbane of Stromgarde]], [[TheAtoner High Inquisitor Sally Whitemane]], and [[TheHeart Tirion Fordring]]. Choosing Tirion comes off very much as the Ebon Blade acknowledging the great debt of gratitude they collectively owe to the man who freed them all from Arthas.]]
11th Mar '16 3:44:57 PM RealSlimShadowen
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[[WMG:Darkmoon Faire is somehow affiliated with the Old Gods or some other dark power]]
* The weird imagery, the creepy atmosphere, the sinister background events, the aesthetic combination of purple and eyes...even Silas Darkmoon himself: Darkmoon doesn't sound like a very gnomish name. My personal money is on Darkmoon being an avatar of Sargeras, and somehow the events of the Faire make him stronger, month by month.
9th Mar '16 10:02:23 AM Jasin_Moridin
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* Confirmed: Archimonde is the endgame boss for WoD's last raid, and punts WoD!Gul'dan into the main timeline to kick off the events of Legion.




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* Confirmed.







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* Semi-confirmed. According to datamining from the Alpha, he is at least missing, if not dead.



** Confirmed. [[spoiler:He dies in the artifact quest for Retribution Paladins, because he refuses to break when captured and tortured.]]




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** Jossed. [[spoiler:There's some kind of prophecy about Doomhammer's true wielder, which ends up being the player if you're an Enhancement Shaman. Aggra's still around.]]


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** It's called Titanstrike, and it's a Titan-made weapon that [[ShockAndAwe SHOOTS LIGHTNING]].


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** Aluneth is confirmed for Arcane Mages.


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** Jossed. You get the Kingslayers, the blades that Garona killed Llane Wrynn with. Varian's probably not gonna be happy to see those things again.


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** Jossed outright. Because Combat no longer exists. It's now Outlaw, and you get the Dreadblades, cursed pirate swords.


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** Confirmed!


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** The Scepter of Sargeras. It's powerful enough to tear open rifts in time and space while you're casting spells.


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** Skull of the Ma'nari. As a Demonology Warlock, your artifact is your off-hand, a demon skull that floats around you and occasionally flies up to your enemies and starts screaming at them loud enough to cause damage.


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** Xala'tath, Blade of the Black Empire. You get to run around with an Old-God-made dagger that predates humanity and drove all of its previous users nuts.
6th Jan '16 5:02:31 AM ChrisX
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[[WMG: Legion is being masterminded by [[spoiler:Jaina]]]]

I think that the events of ''Legion'' could be likely to be engineered by [[spoiler:Jaina]]. Okay, this might look outrageous, but here's the thing: [[spoiler:One thing that's constant in Jaina is that she'll still fight for peace in Azeroth, but... the leaders are being boneheaded and she even lost Theramore for that. However, she DOES have the experience of fighting under a united Azeroth against the Burning Legion in Mt. Hyjal, so she had thought of a GodzillaThreshold, if they don't want peace, she'll force them by bringing forth the force to be one common foe that can unite everyone, and now that she already lost everything, she has nothing else that could anchor her into the world, so she'll think that her life is enough price to pay for that. Expectedly, the Burning Legion uses her as a pawn, forcing the players to kill her.]]

So why do I think that this might be likely?
*[[spoiler:Blizzard has noted that the fans might not like what they are planning on Jaina after she left Dalaran in anger. THIS might be something the fans might not like. If you wanna go for it, go all the way.]]
*[[spoiler:Not official, but Fighteer stated that the effects of Arcane Magic is corrupting to the point of insanity. Jaina was able to keep it under control, but getting near the vicinity of the mana bomb back in Theramore made her unable to keep it at bay (that hair is a good enough example) and she ends up fully corrupted.]]
*[[spoiler:Hints were given about how severe the situation is: Thrall losing hope, Anduin learning the cost of peace. Where do they get linked at? Jaina. Losing Jaina, though she's just a friend, might be enough to crush Thrall's spirit, if it's not a family like Aggra, not to mention Thrall is also the only one who advocated peace between the two factions and probably saw Jaina as another one who has the same hope, so if she dies, his 'hope' dies. Also, Jaina has taught Anduin about how good peace is and how he should strive to attain it... but he wasn't there during the battle at Mt. Hyjal. Perhaps this is the lesson about 'the cost of peace' that Anduin might learn: That the Alliance and Horde needs something so big to fight together against that they finally unite and hope that there'll be peace afterwards unlike how last time it failed. Thus, if there's another character who might die, it might not be Aggra or Varian. It's Jaina.]]
* Blizzard is no stranger with RedHerring technique. So even if the purported main characters of ''Legion'' as shown in the front page of their site does not list [[spoiler:Jaina]] it does not exclude the possibility that [[spoiler:she]] might be the mastermind of the invasion. (Not to mention, we've seen that in [=WoD=], what with Gul'dan suddenly retaking the BigBad throne from Grom/Garrosh after being tossed aside in the beginning.)
5th Jan '16 5:38:55 AM Akaihiryuu
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* Elemental - UNKNOWN - Could be anything from a staff to a 1H weapon and offhand item, or 1H and shield.
* Restoration - UNKNOWN - Again, could be anything a Shaman is capable of wielding.

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* Elemental - UNKNOWN Fist of Ra-den - Could be anything from a staff to a 1H Fist weapon and offhand item, or 1H and shield.
wielded by the Titanic Keeper Ra (known as Ra-den to the Mogu, meaning "Master Ra" in their language). Includes a shield. Ra-den was an optional hard-mode only boss in Throne of Thunder back in MOP.
* Restoration - UNKNOWN Scepter of Azshara - Again, could be anything a Shaman 1H mace, comes with shield. Not much is capable known abou this item other than it containing some water from the Well of wielding.Eternity before it was corrupted.
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