Worst Plot Twists Blizz Could Possibly Do

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Uther into Forsaken

Kael comes back... again.

Jaina into a warlock

Anduin into a servant of sargeras.

Medan... period. Including him in WoW will give Horde another superpower.

More?
Pretty much any plot "twist" blizz could do isn't really a twist because players can see it coming from a mile away.
I'm hoping Anduin becomes a Monk myself.
He just started becoming a priest. Little soon to do a reroll.
The Burning Legion is controlled by a timeless entity masquerading as a little child that we saw die in the siege of Theramore. It turns out that the Burning Legion are his solution for preventing Undead from overrunning the galaxy, because undead can never coexist with the living.

Then he gives you three choices as to how to fix this. You can control the Burning Legion, you can destroy the Burning Legion but destroy all Undead in the process, or you can cause everyone to become a mixture of living and dead somehow. Don't ask, it's magic.

Oh, and no matter which option you choose, all Interdimensional Portals (Including all Mage portals) stop working and all Mounts die and/or break down.
Eventually the humans wipe all the other races out and begin expanding into the stars.

After outlasting the Burning Legion, Titans, and Old Gods, the Alliance creates a new order of Paladins, known as the Jedi Counsel.

Many years later, Anakin Skywalker is born.
Anduin becomes head of the Church of the Holy Light

Bolvar and Sabellian have teamed up. They're both insane now, too.

Akama is in love with Maiev.
Garrosh turns out to be Little Timmy.
The Warcraft universe was just a dream Metzen was having while under a coma after being hit by a bus. He then looks around to be surrounded by his friends and family, who all suspiciously look like Sylvanas, Varian, Aggra, Ragnaros, and Malfurion.
04/05/2012 06:39 PMPosted by Noitora
He just started becoming a priest. Little soon to do a reroll.


Nonsense, being a low level is the best time to reroll. You waste less time that way. Granted he could also multi-class, I think Priest and Monk could pull that off without too much trouble.
Lor'themar is replaced by Thrall

Voljin is replaced by Baine

Baine is replaced by Sylvanas

Sylvanas is replaced by Lor'themar

Gallywix is replaced by Dumass

Varian is replaced by Tyrande

Tyrande is replaced by Magni (still as a statue)

Magni is replaced by Velen

Velen is replaced by Gelbin ( or however you spell it)

Graymane is replaced by Keeshan
Meitre's scrolls....

It's a cookbook. A cookbook!
Aggra is a man.

Deathwing was dead the whole time.

Jaina wakes up and finds Arthas in her shower.

Azeroth is really just a snow globe that belongs to a young autistic kid.
The Burning Legion is controlled by a timeless entity masquerading as a little child that we saw die in the siege of Theramore. It turns out that the Burning Legion are his solution for preventing Undead from overrunning the galaxy, because undead can never coexist with the living.

Then he gives you three choices as to how to fix this. You can control the Burning Legion, you can destroy the Burning Legion but destroy all Undead in the process, or you can cause everyone to become a mixture of living and dead somehow. Don't ask, it's magic.

Oh, and no matter which option you choose, all Interdimensional Portals (Including all Mage portals) stop working and all Mounts die and/or break down.


Someone hated ME3's ending a lot.
Alexstraza was a servant of the Old Gods all along.
A Guardian of Tirisfal is named after Medivh
The Age of Mortals repeats itself
Due to an imperfect fusion, Varian and Lo'gosh eventually get torn apart. Jaina begins to research a complete combination. However, the ritual is interrupted by Horde attacking Theramore and Lo'gosh is accidentally fused with Jaina instead, which results in her new attitude/hair.
The Burning Legion is controlled by a timeless entity masquerading as a little child that we saw die in the siege of Theramore. It turns out that the Burning Legion are his solution for preventing Undead from overrunning the galaxy, because undead can never coexist with the living.

Then he gives you three choices as to how to fix this. You can control the Burning Legion, you can destroy the Burning Legion but destroy all Undead in the process, or you can cause everyone to become a mixture of living and dead somehow. Don't ask, it's magic.

Oh, and no matter which option you choose, all Interdimensional Portals (Including all Mage portals) stop working and all Mounts die and/or break down.
I 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.
Also Thrall taking over as warchief again is also a stupid plot twist. Best he just serves as world shaman or at the very least adviser to Garrosh.
Just as we're about to strike down a broken and crippled Sargeras, all the world stops, twists, and is revealed to have been nothing more than the extensive delusions of Thrall's dying, severed head.

Everything from WC3 on never actually happened.

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