What if Grommash was the fourth horseman?
I still have to do 3 of the pandaria world bosses 7 times a week because some idiot decided to make them 1 in 2000 drop chance.
Well, that pin code just gave me an excuse to finally buy the Wild Bangarang Sylvanas leggings I've been mooning over. Me, I love discovering game content as I play, so I'm not peeking at the spoilers, but thanks for the pin!
The Fourth Horseman... Oh. My. Lord.
people tirion makes the perfect death knight to raise-- he spent his entire LIFE fighting the scourge. his hatred against them and arthas is a great thing to turn against the legion.the four horsemen were made out of anguishing souls, not kinda-neutral-maybe-bad characters. i approve of tirion.also, i want to play a dk now..
For raising Tirion... I'm definitely seeing that as a, "The world still needs you. The Ebon Blade still has your back, old friend." situation.And is it just me or does Trollbane look like Freddy Mercury?
NOOOOOO--spent $90 yesterday , including 12 for the pin , just my luck :(
Oh, I can't WAIT to see the looks on the paladin's faces when they find out about the last horseman XDThere will be blood.
Wish blizz would have a code for leggings being 10% or so because I really want them but they expensive.
shar'thos looks like a really high quality everquest dragon, either that or it has been so long that i dont even remember what everquest looks like.
For those who don't know, Thoras Trollbane is, well was, the former king of Stromgarde. When he was assassinated, the syndicate and the boulderfist Ogres moved into the kingdom and claimed most of it. He was one of the human leaders present for the founding of the Alliance of Lordaeron. He was stated to have been the most physically strong among the human kings, and wielded a "mighty axe", possibly the Trollbane axe from World Of Warcraft, into battle during the Siege of Lordaeron.
Funny thing is... most of death knights are former paladins, notably Darion Mograine who gave the Ashbringer to Tirion when he broke free from the old Lich King. Even the new lich king is their former comrade, Bolvar Fordragon, who stopped and convince Tirion before he could put the crown on his own head.If Nazgrim, who is bound by honor and loyalty, can be convinced to join them in death, Tirion, the most honorable human who stood up for an orc he barely knows, would not waste his second chance to fight against his killer and their kind. He fought side by side with Darion in the Ashen Verdict, united against a common foe back then, he would do the same in death. He would not rest until he can ensure that this invasion is put to a stop, I'm sure.An orc general with unsurpassed loyalty, once served a warchief whose hatred for warlocks and their demon masters knows no bound. A noble human king, descendant of the strongest of Arathor's general, Ignaeus Trollbane. A zealot with unbreakable spirit and faith, yet manipulated into wrong path and madness by a dreadlord. Now, an honorable champion of the light who knows the Burning Legion's strength and cruelty first hand. Very interesting cast I dare say.Question is, what weapons would they wield? Thoras could use his Trol'kalar, but what about the other? Especially Tirion...
The forth horseman... really? I would really hate to see him being a death knight, but mostly because it would pose as the biggest hypocrisy in the lore ever :( I always loved Arthas and his story and he did not received the death he was worthy. Tirion was a no one in the game, of course we already heard of him from his novel where he befriends Eitrig but beside this he wasn't an outstanding hero of the light. When Darion gave him the Ashbringer was a shame and his hatred against Arthas and the scourge was overwhelming (a double shame that he ended our beloved prince). I'm open to any new lore and I'll watch how this will turn out but frankly the only thing he could do if he got risen as an undead to throw himself over the rail of Acherus to the depths....since he wanted to see this from all of the undead (just like Whitemane) he was everything against this state and he would never choose to serve the new Lich King - since he is no longer Fordragon but only the Lich King. He was tired and he dies for what he believed was good, this should be the end of his story. I have trust in Blizz, but as I said Tirion was never one of my favorite characters. But I would love to see a killable Jaina as a boss :D
Looks like we get a decent amount of world bosses in Legion. <3