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4-14-2010 @ 8:28PM
I also thought that the whole thing with the Titans and the Old Gods was by far the most interesting part of Wrath lore. I mean, let's face it, Cthulhu is way cooler than Sauron will ever be.It's also built up to in a fairly interesting way: you have the first connection being saronite found in Whisper Gulch in the Howling Fjord (driving miners mad) and the mechagnomes in Borean Tundra. You then run into the Iron Dwarves in Grizzly Hills, followed by major questlines in Sholazar Basin (reactivating Titan defenses to deal with Scourge invading from Icecrown) and finally the mega-questline in Storm Peaks. The Scourge, by comparison, is nowhere near as interesting - it's just something that has to be stopped, with the only lore stuff involved having to do with Arthas and his fall from grace. Big whoop. It would have been a little more interesting if they had included a bit more Ner'zhul, at least.
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