Ive tried to get this starting scenerio since the first day of release. Lorewalker Cho wont give it to me. Ive read all articles, and read all 6 differant Lorewalker Cho listed in wowhead topics.Can anyone help?kk if I read this correctlyhttp://www.wowhead.com/forums&topic=211957#.You have to have a gear level of 496 before the scenerios are offered from Lorewalker Cho?Can anyone confirm this
after what garrosh dose to the eternal vale the horde are going to be lucky to get out alive of any shado-pan hub
How on earth are they going to implement the faerie dragons into this, rebellion themed patch. Anyone?
I'm not sure if Vol'jin will be the new war-chief, but I'm willing to put more on one of them dying.Either way, its a convenient distraction from the fact that the goblins still haven't fixed the front of Orgrimmar. It's been years!
Y'Shaarj? oooh nice a potential old god boss... im not sure if i should be exited or scared, i still remember when the two former old gods were first introduced (C'thun and Yogg Saron) they were impossibly hard and way overtuned. to this day i dont know what was harder at each of their respective times; pre nerf c'thun (earliest version) or heroic yogg with no helpers (before ToC). guess thats beside the point, anyway it is going to be interesting if this new old god is just as badass as his younger counterparts were.
So where's my Rexxar and Rokhan they were like bosses that helped defend Orgrimmar when it was being constructed and Chen is the only one we see, wth!
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Question, is the dark spear rebellion an actual new faction or just a quest hub?
I get this feeling that when we finally face Garrosh as a boss, we'll only beat him within an inch of his life and Malkorok will finish him off for being weak. Malkorok might end up being possessed by the Sha of Pride. This would be awesome.As for Y'Sharrj, I really don't think it will make an appearance in SoO. Just seems too early. I'm hoping it'll appear in an expansion along side N'Zoth and the final, currently unnamed, Old God.
*queue mental equivalent of a high-pitched, girly squeal with a big grin* Eeeeeeeeeeeeee! So much awesomeness in the lore here, I can barely sit still! I am really looking forward to helping out Vol'jin...and I play mainly Alliance. What can I say, I like the trolls. I've met some very nice Horde people in my travels. For me, the Horde/Alliance conflict has never been black and white...it all came down to what the particular faction leaders and individuals were up to that determined whether I liked them or not. And I definitely don't like what Garrosh has been up to. He's been devious and underhanded and brash and utterly, senselessly violent; it's like he thinks the current Horde is the same old Horde that came from Draenor and it's just not. It's still violent, yes, and trying to gain the upper hand over the Alliance, sure, but it's evolved and benefited from the partnership that has formed between the Horde races. I think even his father would be ashamed of him, to an extent, because he has sown chaos within his own faction that's really set them back. Why would anyone cheese off the guys responsible for maintaining your explosives? Goblins take that "time is money" saying quite seriously--he just made another enemy and he doesn't even see it staring at him in the face. Hadn't heard anything about an Old God being involved, and yet I'm not surprised. And apparently I missed that Thrall/Go'el (what the heck are we supposed to call him in game anyway?) was going to have a son; bet Aggra's happy she's not getting the Moira pregnancy treatment! Speaking of Moira, it's nice to see here taking an active role in all of this, for what seems like a positive turn...the jury's still out on her, since I'm still convinced she's suffering from Stockholm Syndrome, but this is a nice development. A happy, brainwashed Queen Regent is better than a mean one. I still don't understand why the other dwarves didn't help clear out the Frostmane trolls, but maybe it'll make more sense when I do the quests. But where are Saurfang and Eitrigg in all of this? All in all, I'm just glad Alliance can take part...the Horde may have their idiots and jerks, but they're not all bad and I won't mind helping them out at all...I never much liked the Kor'kron anyway, the pushy brutes.
What do you do after Path of the Emperor?
I find it ironic that a Blackrock Orc calls someone else weak and honorless.