Is someone cutting onions? I find it curious that the end of mission conversation somewhat applies to Metzen himself too.
This will be worth completing just for the story line. I love it when I'm brought to tears over game content. Job well done.
A little spell and fact checking:1. ORGRIM. Not Ogrim. As in Orgrimmar. 2. The House of Rituals didn’t fall (this article repeatedly says that the House of Rituals helped plan the downfall of the House of Rituals - talk about confusing - and at one point mentions a House of Lies, which doesn’t exist). It was the House of Plagues that was destroyed, followed by the House of Eyes.
Im not crying, you're crying.
My only issue with the storyline is that Thrall had returned to Azeroth long enough to retrieve his armor. But, again, left Aggra behind. One would have thought he learned his lesson about leaving her out when the alternate Draka of Draenor admonished him for leaving a warrior behind. And would want to introduce his mother to his wife. Perhaps later on in the expansion.And I am, also, still curious as to the ultimate fate of Durotan.
WoW Lore, read 500 manga pages, 3 light novels, a book, 2 pdfs from the deep web, 3 quests from a 2007 expansion, and the weekly locked content to see what happens in the next patch.
Where did Durotan go when he died though? Huh? HUH?
For Necrolord players, there's a bonus section after this chapter where Primus elevates Draka to Margrave. However, after the ceremony when the player is out of that scenario, she still have her old title of Baroness in Seat of Primus.
This chapter was available last week, not this week.
I am disappointed.Blizzard do not understand what does it mean mother and son.
You say Blizzard doesn't understand it so that implies that you do. Enlighten us.emotion
Draka ought to give his son more credit for being the Warchief and the World Shaman, no?
It'll be super interesting if Thrall and Draka seek out Durotan's soul, and find out he ended up in Bastion. And now has little memory of who they are and what he was. It'd be a good way to explore the disturbing side of Bastion's system.