Infraction: 62. You do realize this is a game, right?
Message to User:
Why don't you lean back, take in a deep breath, and remember that you are not actually a member of the Alliance, and when somebody insults Varian Wrynn, they are not insulting your king, but rather the king of imaginary pixel-land where nothing is real and pink unicorns of justice do, in fact, crap rainbows.
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Reason:Post: Wrath of the Lich King - Lore & Storyline discussion [SPOILERS]
The fake quote of me is a simple flame, and there is no discussion in the rest of the post about what I said, which I think qualifies both as uncivil (rule 3) and nothing useful to say (rule 6). Had he made the fake quote but then said what he thinks I'm wrong about I wouldn't report it, but as it is the part referring to me is just useless and inflammatory.
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Posted by: Leaflock
Varian cuts down swarms of filthy orcs astride his rainbow-crapping pink unicorn of justice
Seriously, it's pretty clear from the trailer that Rhonin invited the Horde and Alliance to separate meetings because of the clear animosity on both sides. Thrall and Garrosh just showed up early which complicated the plan a bit.
What's interesting here is that this is the first trailer for a raid instance that has advanced the story rather than just providing backstory about an ancient locale (BT, Sunwell for instance). 3.2 is also one of the first patches I can think of where the content has been kept secret for so long (the general BC progression was known from the outset, and Sunwell was announced not too long after).
We've been speculating about what raid instance is most logical for 3.2, but the only reason I can think of for keeping it secret is that it contains a pretty major (and possibly unexpected) plot point. To me, it seems like some significant event is going to be necessary to unite both factions against Icecrown by 3.3, since it's clear the Horde and Alliance leadership are unable or unwilling to resolve things on their own as they stand post-Wrathgate. Or, perhaps 3.2 might be pvp-oriented?
Yogg-Saron's visions (at least, in the sound files-- we'll find out this week) seem to possibly suggest that, in some capacity, he's been behind many major acts of antagonism on Azeroth. Once we kill Yogg-Saron, I'd expect a bigger clue as to 3.2.