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4-04-2008 @ 12:24PM
Well this actually makes a lot of sense. WoW has pulled in the novels and other fiction pretty quick, which I really like. Cycle of Hatred dealt with dissenters and trouble makers in Theramore the echoes of which are now found in quests there. The Thrall storyline was novelised and then brought into the caverns of time. The Sunwell trilogy has a direct impact on the current Sunwell Plateau stuff. Which leaves the comic book.I'm in two minds about the central hero being the missing King as that would scupper the comic pretty quick. Having said that they may be prepared for it and are ready to write the king out of the book after a year or so.On the other hand the comic book has just come to the end of it's current cycle with Broll and Lo'gosh headed to Darnassus. My bet is that they will some kind of impact on an area in the game we have yet to hear about like the Emerald Dream. When the Sunwell Trilogy came out I certainly didn't know that they were planning on opening up such a major region in terms of the lore.The emerald Dream could certainly exist on a Sunwell Isle or Silithus Scale and so could be a post WotLK content patch.While I don't expect the comic to tie into the Wrynn Dynasty I would expect the King to come back at some point as Bolivar is due to head to Northrend if rumours are true. The only problem with this is that Lady Prestor would need to be moved. But then maybe she will head to Northrend herself. I can't see her and her brother standing by if the other Dragon Aspects are going to have major sanctuaries in Northrend.
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