Love it, good job Arideni!Worgen are epic. I love 'em!
Sweet write-up Arideni. I'm diggin' it.
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WTB quests for horde about interesting lore.
Fantastic write-up. Although lore normally isn't my favourite aspect of the game, your articles are a good read.
I hate Sven and his damned book.a good write though kek
I loved questing in Duskwood, specifically because of the quests about the Scythe. That was just an epic storyline, and there are plenty of others there. If you've never really messed with Duskwood, I strongly suggest you take your next alt through there at the appropriate level and run all the quests you can find.
Yay more Worgen Love! I hope they show up in some 3.1 goodness!
A wonderful dungeon, indeed. Truly an ode to the Horde. As most of you know, high level characters lie exclusively on the Alliance for me. Of course, that isn't going to stop me from the next chapter in our worgen saga. The final part probably won't be quite as long, but will certain take some deciphering on my part. I'll see what I can do over the next couple weeks since I'll have to renew my subscription Tuesday evening.I'll probably be working on some small carpentry project at work (I'm helping a manager remodel some of the office space all weekend).
Arideni, you're blog post (which was amazing by the way) made me realize that Morganth is a lot like Morgoth. It also ties into the whole Black Riders/Scythe of Elune LotR reference./kudos
I'm not as big on LOTR being I haven't read it nor seen the second or third movie, but that is indeed a most excellent catch which is worthy of a comment on Morganth's page. Would you do the honors?
If you like the worgen, you might want to pay a visit to Master's Glaive in Darkshore. There's a book on a pedestal there, and if you get too close to it, it opens up and a worgen's arm reaches out, slashes at you, and stuns you.