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06/11/2013 07:40 PMPosted by Cladriah
General Nazgrim


Well, that should've been obvious, given that Alliance players see him commanding the Kor'kron while doing the mechanical kitty quest.
Well, that should've been obvious, given that Alliance players see him commanding the Kor'kron while doing the mechanical kitty quest.


Horde players can walk right up to him, he remains green, unlike the other Kor'kron that are all yellow even the unattackable ones.
^Hmm... interesting.
06/11/2013 10:44 PMPosted by Ximothy
Well, that should've been obvious, given that Alliance players see him commanding the Kor'kron while doing the mechanical kitty quest.


Horde players can walk right up to him, he remains green, unlike the other Kor'kron that are all yellow even the unattackable ones.

It still shouldn't be a surprise since he's always shown loyalty. Having Nazgrim join the rebels would be like having someone like Baine be loyal, it completely goes against everything the character has been.
Anyone have any ideas on what this item will be for?

http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/100948-key-to-the-menagerie
Why does The Sha of Pride remind me of Emperor Lei Shen? Is it the Blue color and wealth?
http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/100948-key-to-the-menagerie


Given one of the bosses is "Spoils of Pandaria" and Garrosh bringing in things from Northrend, I think it has to be for certain Animals/creatures and Humanoids that Garrosh kept locked up for purposes such as training for battle given Zaelas Proto Drake or it could be for "certain" PoWs(Like Alliance commanders and what not to show off to the populace of Orgrimmar .

Most likely for Creatures and other things to use in Garrosh's arsenal.
Anyone have any ideas on what this item will be for?

http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/100948-key-to-the-menagerie

It might be 5.4's version of the Troves of the Thunder King.

Alternatively, something's going down in Karazhan.
Anyone have any ideas on what this item will be for?

http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/100948-key-to-the-menagerie


Could be a Halfus type fight.
Zaela's Protdrake but not Zaela herself?
Could she survive?
Also glad that Gallywix isn't on the list.
Shame about Nazgrim though.
We were the Wakener.

We sounded the cry and rallied the Paragons to fight the decay and corruption of their empire. We, to them a lesser being, earned their respect.

From our point of view they are still rather evil, choosing to always side with their God, an Old God. But they battled the Sha and now they will join Garrosh and fight with a Sha?

It was bad enough that the Paragons weren't present in the Heart of Fear, but now we the ones who played Wakener have to kill them?

Ugh.

I hope this turns out better then it sounds.
Garrosh's abilities he uses during the fight has been datamined as well, looks like he progressively becomes more corrupted as the fight goes on.

http://ptr.wowhead.com/npc=68975
06/11/2013 11:45 PMPosted by Reignac


Horde players can walk right up to him, he remains green, unlike the other Kor'kron that are all yellow even the unattackable ones.

It still shouldn't be a surprise since he's always shown loyalty. Having Nazgrim join the rebels would be like having someone like Baine be loyal, it completely goes against everything the character has been.
That's true but it would be incredibly awesome if that were to happen.
From our point of view they are still rather evil, choosing to always side with their God, an Old God. But they battled the Sha and now they will join Garrosh and fight with a Sha?
They said as much, that if their god returns, they will stand at his side.

Guess where the heart of their God is.

And no, they didn't fight the Sha directly. They overthrew a Sha-empowered empress who needed deposing.
Guess where the heart of their God is.


That could be a point I hadn't considered.

06/12/2013 01:28 AMPosted by Shimaala
And no, they didn't fight the Sha directly.


Yes, yes they did. They expressed no loyalty or reluctance in battling the Sha, no reverence was shown to them simply because they were a remnant of their God.
Been looking through spells that aren't categorized, looks like every single Paragon will be present. Their abilities also help each other out, like tenderizing strikes or hewer of foes.

http://ptr.wowhead.com/spell=142927
http://ptr.wowhead.com/spell=143273

They also feel like their ultimate purpose is close.

http://ptr.wowhead.com/spell=143483

also levi's blog updated, the celestials seem to be world bosses on the timlesss isle, as well as a Yangol boss.



Chi-Ji, The Red Crane: The trial of Chi-Ji is a test of hope. Uncertain of the future of his people, Emperor Shaohao sought out the great Red Crane. The Great Crane challenged Shaohao to find the hope within himself, and cast off his uncertainty. Once the Sha of Doubt was vanquished, the Emperor became a beacon of hope for his people. To pass the trial of the Crane, warriors must believe in hope, even in the darkest of days.

Yu'lon, The Jade Serpent: The trial of Yu'lon is a test of wisdom and faith. With omens of a bleak future floating through his mind, Emperor Shaohao climbed to the summit of Mount Neverest to seek the council of the Jade Serpent. Yu'lon urged Shaohao to cast off the dark emotions that plagued him, and through his trials, Emperor Shaohao would become one with the land. To pass the trial of the Serpent, warriors must be wise in their choices.

Niuzao, The Black Ox: The trial of Niuzao is a test of bravery and fortitude. When Emperor Shaohao was overcome with fear, the Black Ox counseled him to face his fears directly. After a protracted battle with the Sha of Fear, the Emperor emerged victorious. To pass the trial of the Ox, warriors must be resolute in the face of overwhelming danger.

Xuen, The White Tiger: The trial of Xuen is simultaneously a test of strength and a test of restraint. When Xuen gave Emperor Shaohao a 10-foot-pole and asked him to strike one of Xuen's warriors, the Emperor could not land a blow. For without restraint, anger and hatred run wild. To pass the trial of the Tiger, warriors must harness their power, while burying their thoughts of violence.

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Ordos, Fire-God of the Yaungol: Ordos was once a shaman of the Yaungol who sacrificed himself to the flame, following the promises of the Fire Lords, in order to become a demigod. His flesh is eternally seared with fires, putting him in endless agony. Yaungol Fire-Keepers ritualistically set themselves ablaze to emulate the ascension of Ordos, and cast enchantments and prayers to ease his pain.

http://leviathonlx.blogspot.ro/2013/06/world-bosses.html
Killing the Paragons of the Klaxxi?!? No please. They were my fav.
RIP Nazgrim, I really had high hopes for you
Been looking through spells that aren't categorized, looks like every single Paragon will be present. Their abilities also help each other out, like tenderizing strikes or hewer of foes.

Why would the Paragons ally themselves with Garrosh?

I don't remember them interacting with the stupid orc. How do they know about him? Why did they suddenly seek him out?
Why would the Paragons ally themselves with Garrosh?

I don't remember them interacting with the stupid orc. How do they know about him? Why did they suddenly seek him out?


Garrosh has the heart of Y'shaarj, the Mantid's god. My guess is they are allying with him in the hopes of their god being revived, which doesnt seem that impossible frankly.

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