10 June 2011

Day Three! plus some shocking news

And, believe it or not, we have "Day Three of Saz's Fifteen Days of Through Your Interface!" Okay, we won't mention about how slow I am, lol, I'm quite aware of it. (link to list of participants)

Day Three: "Show us an image that represents who you are, either in Azeroth/Outland, or in real life."

Well, Khrox volunteered for this one since Sol claimed sudden 'camera shy affliction.' (We think he is still meditating the question of Life) While on tour of duty in Twilight Highlands, Khrox came upon this quiet little furnished place complete with all sorts of interesting books, maps and writing space. We found this place to be relatively representive of who we are in real life, barring some things which will always remain quite safely tucked away. You want more? Hmmmm? /flip coin. Better yet, /use pocket tool :))

Represent 1

Represent 2
And now, for the shocking news!

Although I am embedded with Alliance, and he was a sworn enemy at one time, I have a deep respect and admiration for Thrall. This could possibly be a very sad day indeed. (Quoted from the battle.net blog, Patch 4.2 PTR notes)

Elemental Bonds:
"After the druids and their allies thwarted the invasion of Hyjal by the Twilight's Hammer and Ragnaros, an air of peace settled on the sacred mountain. As new growth bloomed across the region, members of the Earthen Ring and Cenarion Circle, along with the noble Dragon Aspects, convened at the ancient World Tree of Nordrassil. Among the gathered heroes were the legendary archdruid Malfurion Stormrage, the former Horde warchief and accomplished shaman Thrall, and his strong-willed companion, Aggra. Together, this illustrious assemblage was to unite its wondrous powers and restore the World Tree for the good of Azeroth.

Yet this auspicious event ended in tragedy. The details are still unclear, but word has spread that an incredibly powerful Twilight's Hammer agent, shrouded to hide his identity, interrupted the ceremony and struck down Thrall with dark magics... casting his spirit into the four domains of the Elemental Plane. If these terrible rumors hold true, the Earthen Ring -- indeed, all of Azeroth -- has potentially lost one of its greatest champions.

…Is this the end of the Son of Durotan?"

Most unfortunate news indeed :(

Happy gaming all!!  ~Sol~


  1. Lovely shots Sol!

    I certainly hope that 4.2 isn't the end of Thrall. The world cannot lose the most sexiest shaman alive! I don't care that's he's green and a member of the Horde, Saz looks up to him a great deal. Not to mention she /flirts with him at every given chance - us enhancement types have a thing after all. Let us hope they are but rumons!

  2. Thank you Saz!

    :) I don't wish to spoil the storyline for you, but rumor has it our infamous Shaman does meet an unfortunate demise. How, where and what next, I'll leave for you.