Ironforge Says Hello to The Burning Crusade

Not sure if this occurred on all servers, but Highlord Kruul laid down a massive spanking in Ironforge to herald the beginning of the Burning Crusade.In neighboring Stormwind, Highlord Bolvar Fordragon was quoted as saying that they would help defend the freedom loving people’s of Ironforge by sending additional troops to the area. *smirk* Video after the cut.


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11 Responses

  1. Goblin says:

    I don’t think it’s really fair to lead with “Eye of the Tiger” when you’re not going to show fighting. šŸ˜‰

    Dang, the sheer number of bodies there was amazing! I wanna get in on that fight, it looks like it would be an absolute blast. Was it just me or is he taking fear effects for like 2 seconds?

    Wish he would attack a horde town on Lothar. šŸ™

  2. Mystech says:

    To make matters worse, reports say that the sheer number of lowbies on hand to watch and throw their hand in, provided Highlord Kruul with additional health (many of attacks drained life). Fuel for the fire!

  3. Dave says:

    Also read somewhere that he gains something like 3500 hit points whenever an enemy dies, so in a town like SW, he is pretty much invincible.

  4. Goblin says:

    Send him on down to Org, we’ll show him a party. šŸ˜‰

  5. Mystech says:

    You just can’t stop hitting on the evil NPCs, can you? šŸ˜‰

  6. Goblin says:

    …no, I can’t.

  7. Mystech says:

    Old school shar tart. šŸ˜‰

  8. Dave says:

    Hehe. You crack me up. Imma make a bloodelf female and call her Tallulah.

  9. Mystech says:

    Go for it. If you pop on Medivh, you’d be surprised at the number of SI & KG inspired names, including a Warlock named Kalyptra. šŸ™‚

  10. Dave says:

    How’s the rp on Medivh? Rollins got me started on Earthen Ring way back when, and I’ve already got a couple 60s there. But it never hurts to have alts on other servers in case of queues…

    Then again, maybe a horde bloodelf named Gathi. If I can make him short enough…

  11. Mystech says:

    I’ve found the supposedly dedicated roleplaying servers rather over rated. Perhaps a little more diligence in the character naming convention, but honestly little more than that. If you are really looking for a quality MMO experience, it comes down to building community, guild and team; not a tag added to the end of the server name by the game manufacturer.

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