I feel strangely ill.
How is it that four aspects, two of the worlds most powerful shaman and Malfurion Stormrage were subdued by a few Twilight druids? I'm all for an epic quest, but this is bad story-telling at it's finest.
Awh. Thrall and Aggra. ;3
Thrall x Jaina will never be canon.sadfrog.jpg
You. Talk. Fast. Ashelia.
@Usury, moment of shock, I guess. You can't expect them to be vigilant all the time, plus on already reclaimed ground. The Druids of the Flame, after all, needed just a few seconds. I doubt they could have held the four aspects (Kalec is an aspect? Must be out of touch with time.) for longer, but a few seconds was all they needed to grab Thrall.The quest line in itself was pretty epic. I found the part in where you find about Thrall's desires especially interesting. The only annoying thing was also killing the mobs for the same quest—450ms latency really gives you a hard time timing interrupts. I liked the race to Thrall in , it felt like driving rollercoaster. :)
LOL, I really couldn't hear you clearly but I bet reading the text above as description suffices. Thanks for the video!
nobody is going to ask where did nozdormu came from?
The first thing that popped into my head when the stuff hit the fan was... "a handful of hoods manage to subdue how many Azerothian superpowers?" It's lazy storytelling, at least. The baddies could have simply ambushed Thrall & Aggra while they were on their way to the summit. If they wanted to include Nozdormu or Malfurion, Thrall could have met them and spoken briefly before heading up to the meeting place.
Holy, this seems like an extremely epic chain quest.
GG Blizz, way to ^&*! on people with high-latency connections. How do I interrupt a 2s cast when I have about 2s of ping, huh? I call FAIL on this entire 'quest line'.
D: B..but...What about Jaina?I mean come on, the stupid white girl has horrible taste in men, finally lands on Mr. EarthShamanofAwesomeness McBicepand he gets stolen away by a female orc?Bleh! Bleh I say!-throws hat on ground-No es Bueno!Also,It's risky putting a successful romance in a main plotline--- It lessens the air of tragedy.Very bad, when you look at it from a story-continuation standpoint.
The romance plot has existed since it was shoe horned into the Shattering novel; this is merely an attempt to make it deeper....which still doesn't work.