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Old 08-23-2016, 09:03 PM
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King Arthas was neat for showing what Arthas' focus was on.

The Dreadlords got away? Better hunt some Humans to make Lordaeron total Undead.

Ner'zhul, the ghost orc who I'm surely loyal to sent me a distress message? Better keep hunting those Humans.

And Arthas ends up sailing away from Lordaeron so that he could help Ner'zhul anyway.
It was neat for showing a capable Arthas and an efficient Scourge wiping out what was left of the human resistance in Lordaeron.

I'm not actually sure exactly WHY Arthas and Ner'zhul were so intent on purging the living, I mean Kel'thuzad mentions it as their goal in Scourge of Lordaeron, but that sounded like conjecture in hindsight.

And yeah, that scene where Arthas leaves Lordaeron is a bit bittersweet. Arthas in Legacy of the Damned is weirdly kinda empathetic and likable. Certainly better than the brat he was in Reign of Chaos.
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