My favorite troll is Zul'jin because he had one are cut of but he still kept going. What Im excited about the zandalri troll is that their are in an upright position
Honestly I'm just happy to get a much-lauded troll race. Next to Darkspear, Zandalari trolls are basically some of the most fleshed out trolls around.
My favorite memory would probably be the cataclysm troll patch. Even though was an undergeared lvl 85, it was still a lot of fun to run those dungeons. Especially the bonding during the lashtail hatchling quest, won't forget that for the world.
Since WoW first came out, I've so wanted to play a troll. The lore, the experiences in game, it all clicked...except the look. I absolutely hated how they looked. When the Zandalari showed up in Mists, it was like a revelation...I could play THOSE guys. They look great! Now that we're being given the chance to play them, I'm definitely feeling excited again and eager to start a new troll.
At first I didn't like Trolls, but when I read their lore I became interested in different tribes. Mainly which loa that different tribes worshiped or were connected too, like Bwonsamdi and the Darkspear. I also didn't know that Trolls existed pre-Titan, making them the oldest race on Azeroth.
I've never been that much of a fan of trolls before, to be honest. But with the Zandalari trolls, I really dig how they look. Their druid forms are super neat. Really excited for BFA in general.
Favorite troll memory probably of Zul'Aman timed runs for the Amani war bear mount, perhaps the first iteration of small group speed runs which had some similarities to Mythic+ dungeons introduced in Legion. As for what's next in BfA, I am very excited to explore Isla Nublar Zulduzar and see the long-hidden Zandalari civilization and check out awesome new dinos (esp the "brontosaurus").
i just made a troll mage and i just love the race.... i did do Zul'Gurub back in the days but i never got the bear.... Zul'Gurub was one of my favorite dg...........
What I like most about the Zandalari trolls is how their architecture, culture, and aesthetics are inspired/based on Meso-American cultures (Mostly the Maya and Aztec). There is something about living in a city of gold that voices superiority, "We are superior, bask in the golden glory of Zuldazar. All other trolls pale and wither before our might." Another characteristic I like, is that compared to the other troll tribes we've encountered, they're the most civilized. Being civilized doesn't make them feel less "savage", though. The Zandalari will be one of the Horde's greatest allies.This is my third try submitting this. Originally, it was much longer and included a delightful tale triumph over adversity aka a massive mob of bloodthirsty Farraki Trolls.
My favorite Troll memory was when I was questing in Duskwallow Marsh as a newb. I saw a Troll attacking the Alliance guards at one of the towers and it made me mad, so I turned PvP and killed him. I will never forget my first world PVP moment.
It's gotta be the Isle of Thunder. I loved the slowly evolving storyline, opening up new bits of island to explore every week. Also dinosaurs. My hunter stable is still full of all colours of t-rex and trikes!Very much looking forward to zandalari druids. I thought the new HM tauren forms were cool, but these are something else! Can't wait to get my mucky paws on one! :)
My favorite memory about trolls actually comes from the BFA Alpha. I was in Tiragarde Sound just exploring and a came across this bridge at highland trail right before you get to Stormsong Valley and when i walked on it a troll rare named Vol'jim appeared and then he yelled "Ey mon! Y'be crossin' ma bridge mon. Pay da troll toll, mon, or y' be payin' in blood mon!"here is a screenshot i took of it on Imgur ( https://imgur.com/a/3G6vr )
Zul gurub, and Hakkar was my first raid with my first guild many, many years ago
I think about Zul'jin's line in his patch trailer a lot, gives me chills every time! "We gonna bury you here..."
I am super psyched about the new druid forms for the zandalari. Can't wait to beat up baddies as a dino
My favorite Zandalar memory is when I finally had sacrificed enough bijous to get my rep where it needed to be. Months I spent hunting them up, buying off the AH, putting out feelers in trade chat. Every day I made my pilgrimage to that altar to break the ones I acquired. I think I actively blocked that out of my mind until this article brought that back again. Good times.
Not only do the Zandalari troll models look amazing, but their druid forms have blown me out of the water! I'm thrilled to see them breaking the mold and going with more unconventional animals, I really hope this sets a precedent for future druid races. The dinosaur nerd in me can't wait to step foot in Zandalar and see an actual thriving troll empire instead of just the ruins we've been encountering all these years. Aesthetically this expansion looks gorgeous already, I'm really excited!
Well favorite troll memory? the recovery of the Echo Isles for the dark spears. Favorite Zul'Gurub memory was finally getting the original raptor mount, sadly never got the tiger one. In the revamp I did manage to get both of the new mounts the panther and the second raptor. I wasn't raiding in TBC so no I never got the original amani bear.Oh and yeah the new druid forms for the zandalari are awesome can't wait for that.
I've been interested in troll lore since the first time I quested through Stranglethorn in vanilla, seeing the ruins of the Gurubashi Empire and thinking how great it would be to learn more. I was stoked to read about the ancient histories of the major tribes in the first 2 chronicles, I'm looking forward to reading even more in the next volume. The addition of the Zandalari allied race to the game makes me want to finish leveling a horde toon to 110, so I can fly everywhere as a dinosaur.
My favorite memory is probably of the original Sunken Temple dungeon. I first started playing in Burning Crusade so happening upon this huge ruin in the lake surrounded by green dragons was really neat. The layout was a bit confusing sometimes because of how massive it was but it was neat having to solve puzzles to unlock more bosses and then proceed through dark hallways that led you deeper into the temple. I was a bit sad to see it leave but I can understand since with how big it was it wasn't very good for a random dungeon finder.I was also that person who upon zoning it for the first time thought it was a great idea to jump down the giant hole in the floor.