04/05/2012 09:24 PMPosted by VynathlonI don't think the synthetics got destroyed along with the reapers, just the reapers (at least that was what I interpreted the ending to be as) also I don't think their ships are not working anymore. I think just the mass relays got destroyed.
No, the Starchild very specifically said that if you destroy the Reapers, all Synthetics die as well. And if the Geth are already dead, he even says "most technology."
So, congrats. The only way to truly defeat the Reapers apparently plunges the galaxy into a horrible dark age.
Thrall must stop the burning legion. He has united the Alliance and Horde in creating a giant, titan-made anti-legion superweapon and docked it on their base, a massive space station.Once aboard, he is confronted by a small child who informs him that he only created demons because he has seen Hordes and Alliances rise before and come to blows. The only way to stop such wars from happening is to use his demon army to purge them at regular intervals. He gives Thrall three options: take control of the demon army, destroy all demons but also kill all warlocks, or make everyone on Azeroth a half demon hybrid.Also Aggra turns out to be a post-op MTF.
They should not make any more human prince's go insane, members of the Forsaken, or really dragons in disguise.
Unrelated: Love the dress.04/05/2012 06:36 PMPosted by ElenieI'm hoping Anduin becomes a Monk myself.
On-topic: I agree wholeheartedly. Mistweaver sounds like it's right up Anduin's alley, as does his already-known poor ability with weaponry. Monks aren't a strength-oriented class, and while Anduin's just a slip of a kid he's pretty agile, which would lend itself well to a monk's fighting style.