I still don't get why Blizzard haven't invited Nobbel87 to host all the lore panels on Blizzcon.
Because they didn't want to have another "Guy in the red shirt" I guess.
"choked the breath from their lounges"...?Lungs, maybe...?
Nobbel's version of the lore may be (at times) at odds with what Blizzard wants to be (as our colonial cousins say; never heard it this side of the 'Pond') cannon, so unless Blizzard set up a panel for Lore Queries with a caveat that "this is Nobbels' version, not ours" I doubt we'll be seeing that panel any time soon.The few videos of his I have watched tend to have the phrase "this is only speculation..." in them - worded to that effect - several times.
"Red Shirt Guy" only pulls Blizzard up on inaccuracies (or continuity fails) within the story they tell... like a proof-reader would. I think he (RSG) has an attention-to-detail compulsion that some seem to see as a failing, but may just be Autism/Asperger's. All credit to RSG for asking the questions he does...
Good article. As someone who has a casual interest in lore (but doesn't follow it closely) I wondered why there were Broken on Argus.
Very cool article... i'm just a little confused with the twisted timeline.Still waiting the Windrunner's sisters family reunion!