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1st Mar 2013



1st Mar 2013

Author Notes:

Amocin 1st Mar 2013, 12:00 AM edit delete
Sorry for those who think that her reasons for what she did was much more deep then they actually are.

This months picture to be announced at a later time.

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Guest 1st Mar 2013, 12:03 AM edit delete reply
O.O her husband is his son?! didn't see that coming
Guest 1st Mar 2013, 12:07 AM edit delete reply
It says so in the character descriptions that Amo is Kinar's sister-in-law.
jestar 1st Mar 2013, 12:05 AM edit delete reply
So amo's search LED hi to do what she did with drogan to try to "cure" her. =P being a DK there is no cure for it. just like there's no cure for the worgen curse. Unfortunate for amo.... I don't think she realizes that there is no cure.... =/
Jestar 1st Mar 2013, 12:06 AM edit delete reply
Lead her*
Senji 1st Mar 2013, 12:07 AM edit delete reply
*unfreezes self* it worked!
shawn 1st Mar 2013, 3:23 PM edit delete reply
i wish it would work
Rembrant 1st Mar 2013, 1:05 AM edit delete reply
But does Shaidan know she planned this? That's the question. Cause if he didn't know, that makes her look real bad. And talk about low blows for Drogan, first he learns she's married, now he's likely to learn she had sex with him in an attempt to un-deadknight herself.

I still am baffled at the notion of death knights qualifying as "undead". Aren't Undead a WoW race? How does that work? If a death knight dies but comes back as a death knight and seems to lead a relatively normal life in which they can eat, drink, sleep, have sex (I am assuming the first three, since we just saw sex here), shouldn't a death knight qualify as "resurrected" instead of "undead"?

See, my haabit of trying to find even a smidge of logic even on fantasy settings is another reason I could never get into the WoW game. XD
Amocin 1st Mar 2013, 1:33 AM edit delete reply
Being undead in WoW is not only a race, but is used to describe somebody who is a walking corpse. They do not have the same functions as a living person. So you have the race undead, who are undead. They are just calling them by what they are, rather then Human/undead.

To best describe the difference between the Race undead, and Death Knights.. I would have to say, think of the Race undead as Zombies, and the DKs as Vampires. They are corpses with different abilities.
Dreamfox 1st Mar 2013, 3:32 AM edit delete reply
I always thought that this trailer made it absolutely clear:
Besides, 'Death Knight'? It's right here in the name.

As for logic, every fantasy world has it's own logic (if the writer is competent).
Rembrant 2nd Mar 2013, 2:01 AM edit delete reply
Thinking of Undead as zombies and Death knights as vampires certainly doesn't help, but I guess that may be because I've never viewed vampires as undead, simply as "alive with their own physiology".

Even more confusing to me is that I researched the WoW races, and it says every race except for Pandaren (at least so far) can become a Death Knight. So, if an Undead were to become a Death Knight, wouldn't it mean they'd have to die... again? So by an Undead becoming a Death Knight, it would make it a Doubly Undead? Re-Undead? My brain hurts. XD
Amocin 2nd Mar 2013, 2:34 AM edit delete reply
Some things were put into the game that may make things confusing or conflict with lore for the players benefit. For example resurrection on a mass level. In my story, as well as WoW lore, death is usually final.

So why an undead member can become a DK? Well, I havent researched it, but I am sure there is an answer in the lore for it.

Honestly we can go back and forth on this a whole lot, but in the end I will leave you with this link with information on DKs that you can read over, as well as a link to WoWs undead.


In one link it does state that not all death knights are undead, but some are. Dont know if this is another conflict, but in game mechanics have shown notable DK NPCs as being classified as undead. As well as if you read up on some of these NPC DKs, it will describe their actual deaths, and being risen as the undead.
finn 6th Mar 2013, 9:16 PM edit delete reply
I think that the undead race doesnt die again to become DKs they just join and train to become DKs
Rankamateur 1st Mar 2013, 5:32 AM edit delete reply
It has been explained in game that the undead characters (the Forsaken and Death Knights) only eat to regain health or acquire buffs...but this is only a game mechanic. In reality, they don't NEED to eat, nor sleep.

As for sex? Well, since it's not an fully `mature adult' rated game, carnal activity has never been directly addressed. Nor have the developers ever revealed if the physically intact types of undead can still enjoy such activity.

However, when it comes to fan fiction...such as this comic...there is nothing that says suppositions can't be made. In fact, creative license dictates that Amocin can take her story in whatever direction she likes...including eventually finding a `cure' for undeath, if she so wills.
Jappy 2nd Mar 2013, 5:29 AM edit delete reply
All right I got this :P I read the books and whatnot and here are how DK's are "made" in WoW lore:
One has to magically bind someones soul (So one must obviously be dead) to a corpse. This doesn't neccesarily have to be their own corpse, the first DKs were dead orc warlocks which were bound to human bodies (Teron Gorefiend, anyone?).
I remember when reading a book that Teron would constantly complain about the rotting corpse he was stuck in, so back then the magic was probably still in testing phase?

As I gathered the technique changed a lot since Gul'dan first made them, most bodies are probably preserved much better and the rotting process is somehow halted?
Dahcende 2nd Mar 2013, 11:07 PM edit delete reply
dont forget gaz soulripper.
CharlesSnow 8th Mar 2013, 9:35 AM edit delete reply
Well, actually in one of the quest lines Sylvanas does admit "As the undead race we are unable to procreate, and without these valk're our hold on lorderon will crumble"
Guest 4th Mar 2013, 1:13 AM edit delete reply
The forsaken are a group of undead that broke free of the lich king's grasp some time ago. The death knights are a select few chosen to recieve Arthas' blessing and were then betrayed in the battle against light's hope chapel in eastern plaugelands. They then go on to recieve some letter from tirion explaining what happened n junk so normal races don't like try to kill them.

In the case of forsaken death knights I believe these are human death knights of the kingdom of lordaeron (however you spell it).

Hope that clears things up.
Longtail 4th Mar 2013, 3:59 PM edit delete reply
There are many different kinds of "undead" and branches of necromancy in the game. A DK is just one type and has a specific set of powers that were granted by the Lich King. These powers can be applied to a freshly killed individual or someone who has been dead for a while (which is why you can have Undead DK's.)

Interestingly, the DK's powers so far are the only ones (as far as I know) who can apply to Worgen, since Worgen are immune to being risen by Sylvanas and the Valkyr.
Rubinelle 1st Mar 2013, 2:00 AM edit delete reply


guest 1st Mar 2013, 2:33 AM edit delete reply
on Aggramar i could build a house out of all the gold i have...20g isn't anything
Amocin 1st Mar 2013, 2:38 AM edit delete reply
Its like when people bet five bucks on something, its more for satisfaction then the money.
LostStar 1st Mar 2013, 3:30 AM edit delete reply
I saw this coming a mile away...and I didnt even have to be a WoW know-it-all to see it coming let alone bet on it...lol xD
shawn 1st Mar 2013, 3:25 PM edit delete reply
i aint giving it to you i just spent it you can have my soul though
Guest 1st Mar 2013, 5:36 AM edit delete reply
My guess is right!Will She find the cure?Worth waiting.
meiyo 1st Mar 2013, 9:23 AM edit delete reply
lord_arathord 1st Mar 2013, 5:50 PM edit delete reply
will amo be normal again? is drogan worried for what hes done? does kinar like pudin!?. the answers to this questions and more on the nex chapter of... DRUIDS!
Druidikus 4th Jun 2013, 10:25 AM edit delete reply
This is interesting.
Amocin, make roleplay videos.
Just like Allimania! :D
That was a very funny genre of roleplaying ^^
Josh.C 1st Mar 2013, 11:01 AM edit delete reply
Seek a cure.
Get cured.
Make babies with her husband.
Simple and understandable.

And with how Drogan seems to have life crop up wherever he steps. Never know till you try. Right?

Certainly didn't help having an old reminder of what she's trying to leave behind.
shawn 1st Mar 2013, 3:26 PM edit delete reply
make babys with the dragon
Josh.C 1st Mar 2013, 8:22 PM edit delete reply
Probably not, it's probably a stretch for her to try to hope that would work.

I'm willing to Koutack strait out what he's saying and has quite a bit right on the subject. He apparently notices more then others give him credite for.

I wouldn't be surprised if Koutack has already guessed accurately of what Amo tried as a cure, knows already what Drogan is and has already guessed what Kinar and Serid have been up too.

He might not be right the first time, but the guy is definitely sharp.
Vulcan 1st Mar 2013, 11:18 AM edit delete reply
Ha knew it, pegged it the moment she started having sex with him xD
worgen456 1st Mar 2013, 12:08 PM edit delete reply
well its simple Rembrant indead and death knight you know arthus the death knight king he controlled the undead and the death knights so i think that amo was a human worgen before she got killed by an enemy of some sort
guest 1st Mar 2013, 12:32 PM edit delete reply
hey, Well technically there is no cure agains't the undead problem, and knowing that red dragons life magic is the weakest of the 3 great life magic (2nd cénarious life magic and 1st naarus) we can assume that there was no chance for that little fun they had to work ^^, andfor the undead and death knights well in wow undeads are just reanimted corps with no self controle (the undead that you can play are those that got there freedom givin back bye sylvanas the high elf who was transformed in a banshi by arthas and still got her freedom back bye herself, and there all humain like since she saved the one around lordaron) and the death knights are great heros or soldiers that where killed and brought back to life by arthas his self and who gives them a bit of his power that the diffrences for those who didn't get it ^^ well then good MEAN to all ^^
Guest 1st Mar 2013, 2:17 PM edit delete reply
Seems a lot of people were right on Amo trying to find a way to become "alive" again. Though, I must say her having sex with Drogan wasn't the best way to attempt it, but at least she tried. But that's kinda upsetting, she and he husband want kids, and she can't give them to her hubby. :C
tony 1st Mar 2013, 2:22 PM edit delete reply
guess i was right about the whole death knight thing after all
Wowfan 1st Mar 2013, 3:47 PM edit delete reply
Kay so I play the game wow and in it I'm a death knight and I've followed the lore for my class well...death knights are not "undead" they were once normal beings who's minds have been overcome by frostmourne and the Lich King. Once the Lich King betrayed the death knights at the battle at Light's Hope Chapel the Death Kinghts rebelled and swore vengeance on the Lich king. The Lich king is then left only with the FORESAKEN which are undead at his command. So concluding dks are not "undead" their souls are merely possessed by the Lich king
Dragonfox 1st Mar 2013, 4:44 PM edit delete reply
Did you miss the part where you die? It's mentioned in the beginning cinematic for Death Knights. "Purchased another dawn for the world with your life." To me, that indicates you were killed in battle. Death Knights are commonly raised from corpses, in fact prior to breaking free of the Lich King's will you can see them raising DKs from a pile of corpses in the starting area in-game.
Notable DKs like Thassarian (who is described as being cold and pale like an undead by his sister Leryssa (spelling's probably wrong) when she sees him again) are often shown being killed prior to reanimation. In fact, Koltira is raised by Thassarian by being stabbed through the heart with Thassarian's runeblade, similar to how Thassarian was raised himself.
Death Knights ARE undead in lore. Also the Lich King's command was broken only over the DKs present at Light's Hope Chapel during the fight with Fordring who used the cleansed Ashbringer to chase off Arthas.
Amocin 1st Mar 2013, 5:24 PM edit delete reply
Wowfan, there are many sources that count DKs as undead. You need only look.

You can look at some of the most notable DKs and see that they are listed as undead. You can also see how the very first DKs were made, having souls bound to corpses, thus making them undead. I would provide links to every instance I have found that has classified them as undead, but I am not going to give you a wall of text.

In the end, some people see things as speculation when it comes to the Lore. We have many people who are willing to debate weather or not DKs are undead or not. Weather or not Worgen can be DKs. Can Tauren and Worgen breed as no hybrid of the two have been seen?

In the end as the story teller, I have the final say due to artistic license, and I say they are undead. Continue to debate it with others if you like, but as far as the comic goes, it is as I state it. I will keep as close to the lore as I possibly can, and will continue to do the research that I do before I state these things in comic when I come to a final conclusion on things to make sure everything sticks to lore as close as possible.
Rankamateur 2nd Mar 2013, 5:10 AM edit delete reply
I believe you meant `Scourge' rather than `Forsaken' as being the undead still under the Lich King's dominion. The Forsaken are in fact, the faction of undead that AREN'T under his control.
Guest 2nd Mar 2013, 5:33 AM edit delete reply
"(...) primarily made up of other fallen paladins whose souls were twisted and bound to the will of the Frozen Throne."

Note the word "Fallen". Also in the DK quest line, when you're asked to execute your friend, he always is surprised to see you, telling you how they all thought you were dead.

You gotta be dead to be made a death knight, just by doing quests in WoW isn't enough to be familliar with the lore, read the books and/or wiki
Elane 5th Mar 2013, 7:40 PM edit delete reply
Oh dear god, I didn't think I could find someone as stupid as you. The Forsaken are undead that broke away from the lich king's will, thus why they're on the horde. Death Knights are warriors who died, usually to a runeblade such as frostmorne, and had their souls trapped and then placed into a corpse, which was then magically bound to Arthas's will before magic was used to cease the rotting process.
Amocin 5th Mar 2013, 7:58 PM edit delete reply
Elane, please refrain from calling other people on the boards names, or even calling them stupid. Lets keep all discussions civil.
Yugijak 1st Mar 2013, 4:57 PM edit delete reply
Something that comes to my attention, however, is that Death Knights are not pure Undead.

Allow me to elaborate my point.

Granted, yes, they are raised from corpses, but there is a key difference between a Death Knight, which is somewhere between Undead, dead, and alive, and true undead, who have no souls or will of their own.
If you think about it, perhaps Death Knights had undergone a change, and they are approaching the issue of 'curing' their condition at a completely wrong angle. Maybe instead of seeking to cure being undead, which is what all seem to believe, they need to instead just regenerate a missing piece that will allow them to become whole and thus alive again.
The questions to ask however are these:
What is missing?
How do you get it back?
Or most importantly CAN you get it back?
Granted I have never played WOW, so I'm probably being completely wrong, but this is just my perspective.
Rankamateur 2nd Mar 2013, 5:02 AM edit delete reply
An interesting premise; Death Knights being a `higher stage' of undead, as it were. It would help explain how they are more capable of experiencing sensations that only the living should enjoy, because it's obvious from Amo's expressions in previous issues that she is taking pleasure in her tryst with Drogan. In essence...unlike most undead...DKs seem to have a fully (magically?) functioning nervous system.

I play a Tauren DK in game that is an alchemist. In the bio I have written for her, she seeks a cure for her undeath through her alchemy, and has in fact made some progress. To wit, she has developed an elixir that will actually restore life...but only temporarily, as the `curse of the scourge' is far to powerful to overcome, and eventually slays the elixir's imbiber all over again. As you can imagine, it would not be a pleasant experience, so my DK has never consumed her creation a second time. At least, not until she is sure it has been improved.

Yugijak 4th Mar 2013, 4:35 PM edit delete reply
Thanks for telling me about this. Like I said I've never played WoW, so this was an outsider's point of view.

Apparently I managed to hit something.

Perhaps the answer isn't removing the curse of the scourge but altering it's affect on the body over time. Taking it so that, little by little, what it does and how it connects and alters the physical state is modified by layered formulae.
Because, frankly, it seems to me that a direct approach to fixing the 'curse of the scourge' is the reason no one has actually successfully cured it. You have to go at a slower pace and use an alternative approach.
Just a theory.
Rankamateur 5th Mar 2013, 3:54 AM edit delete reply
Bear in mind that the bio I wrote for my character is plain fiction. According to `official' lore, my DK would not have been successfully concoct the elixir I described. Everything we've discussed concerning the nature of undeath...particularly that of Death Knights...is speculation for the most part. The makers of the game are well known for turning their own lore on its ear for the purposes of expediency.
Yugijak 5th Mar 2013, 7:02 PM edit delete reply
Thanks for clarifying that.

You never know, they may very well point out something we didn't consider and then flip it around on its ear.

Game makers can be such trolls, right?
Enclavian 1st Mar 2013, 8:27 PM edit delete reply
Cure for undead? Yay! More story
! :D
Dreamfox 1st Mar 2013, 8:44 PM edit delete reply
If she manages to avoid destruction, Amo may well find a way to undo being a Death Knight. As far as I know she should not age and considering what else happens on Azeroth, she will find a cure sooner or later.
Probably later, far later. It's quite sad, because by the time she finds it, her current husband might well be dead of old age.
Just a lurker 1st Mar 2013, 10:18 PM edit delete reply
Just a small comment, but in the first frame, Anders' teeth curve one way, but in the second frame when his mouth is open, the same teeth curve the other way.

Love this new plot twist!
Amocin 1st Mar 2013, 10:48 PM edit delete reply
The teeth curve the different way because you are looking at them from a different angle. Instead of looking at them from in front of him, now you are seeing them looking behind.
fangzy 2nd Mar 2013, 12:11 AM edit delete reply
Lurker is right. Anders teeth are curving toward the right in the first panel. And in the second they are curving to the left. It may be a different angle but its still the right side of his face. They are the opposite way in the second panel
Amocin 2nd Mar 2013, 12:22 AM edit delete reply
While I can understand that reasoning, I have always seen them as curving more in towards his face. However I will re-do it, have a few others look at it and get their opinions to see what they think before i update to this page.
JackDesert 8th Mar 2013, 3:19 AM edit delete reply
Ander's Teeth are curved straight out from his jaw and back to the head. If you look at the Dragon face to face, the tusk like teeth would be curved like a circle with the top and bottom chopped off. It's perspective.
Guest 2nd Mar 2013, 4:16 AM edit delete reply
Love panel #2 BTW :)
Tontas 2nd Mar 2013, 4:17 AM edit delete reply
I am sorry to bother you, there is however something that keeps on poking me every time I read the comic (Which I adore). According to WoW DK lore, a worgen can not become a DK due to the curse. Fact is, that all the Death Knights that are worgen, are failed experiments of Arugal, and so are called ''Arugal's worgen'', later used by the Scourge. These experiments are brainless minions, animals, unable to speak, think and what not. I have nothing against fan art and whole this idea, I like it indeed! Simply wanted to explain this lore to all the folk which wondered about such. (Yes, I have no doubt in what I've just wrote, I've spent several years on RPing within WoW, it is something I enjoy the most.)
Guest 2nd Mar 2013, 8:17 AM edit delete reply

I think you are a little backwards there...Worgen cannot become "FORSAKEN" because of the curse. but they can and did become DKs.
Kyran Shadowstep 4th Mar 2013, 1:20 AM edit delete reply
No, Tontas is technically correct. According to WoW lore, all Worgen DKs are Arugal's Worgen. Extremely different from the modern (in game lore) Curse of Worgen. I left a brief lecture on it (and it is a lecture :P) back on Page 7 - Out in the Open.
quest 2nd Mar 2013, 8:43 AM edit delete reply
I agree, not that i put in doupt your knowledge of the lore but becoming undead and becoming death knight is not the same process. In the 1st it is a necromancer act witch consiste in terreing the soul of the living appart and puting necromancer energy in the body (that is why even the forsaken finish by rotting and loose there will and intelligence so they are technically immortal but finish in a sad stat) on the other hand becoming a dk is getting your soul corrupted by a rune blade (technically frostmorne) but it seems that arthas was able to create other blades with the magic but very less powerfull that frostmorne, so you can get corrupted and still be alive witch makes you keep a lot of you will (the troll traitor in drak taron is a example) or getting killed by a rune blade and instead of having your soul go to "heaven" well the blade absorbes it corruptes it and puts it back in the body giving a dk who lossis a lot of he's on will and souvenirs but can get them back with a bit a powerfull holy light or shoking ecounters with your past (a and dk are really immortal and don't even rott ^^ super undeads ^^). All that to say that i'f a worgen dead body can't be raised as undead because of the curse (we can assume that when a necromancer try's the body get's destroyed or the body just take's back his humain from, yes curses don't like to share only once at a time ^^)worgen can become dk since the soul is just corrupted and that is not the same stat as a curse. Yes worgen dk are the less lucky they are cursed and corrupted ^^.
Morth5 2nd Mar 2013, 1:14 PM edit delete reply
Thats not really right. Death Knights are differed by "Generation". The first generation death knights were serving the horde during the second war, were formed by Nerzhul, by placing the souls of dead orc heros in the bodies of humans.

The second generation is corrupted by runeblades, like you said. (I like to call them undied, since they are classified undead but never really died. Arthas was able to rip his own heart out, after all.) For example Arthas, the Death Knight in Strathholme (later Naxxramas) and Darion are those, were those.

The last are the death knights of archeus. Dead heros of the alliance, the horder or neutral forces rescurrected by mighty necromancers. Runeblades are just her preffered weapons, as they grow stronger with their own powers.

And, acutally there should be no worgen death knights, but maybe the valkyr of the forsaken managed to create their own? I don't know.
Wolfen 2nd Mar 2013, 12:49 PM edit delete reply
So Amo is an undead? I did not know that. So are DK undead beings? I wouldn't know since I haven't reached the level to create a DK yet. Just got back into playing WoW about a month ago.
retarion dun morogh 2nd Mar 2013, 4:45 PM edit delete reply
sche think thap paladin seed kan "despell" the deathknight cures

PS:sorry for my senence building im a german
Saldura 2nd Mar 2013, 9:41 PM edit delete reply
Oh crud, I could have sworn I sent a donation to get the donation picture, but turns out I hadn't yet >.<

Ah well, guess i'll just have to donate a bit extra then this month, since it's my own fault anyway for not double checking in time.

Also, seems I was partly right about her motives as were a few others. :3
Guest 3rd Mar 2013, 9:05 AM edit delete reply
Happy to see that Koutack has the right attitude.Anyway,Amo's a good wife.What will happen between Amo and Shai?Things bemoming more and more interesting!
(Sorry for my poor English.Not a English speaker)
AAlbusUUmbra 3rd Mar 2013, 9:23 AM edit delete reply
But wait... that means Amo was cheating on Kinar's son! :O
Guest 3rd Mar 2013, 9:31 AM edit delete reply
What?Kinar is younger than Amo.Shai is kinar's older brother.
Wolfen 3rd Mar 2013, 10:11 AM edit delete reply
I guess Amo thought that if she did it with a dragon, that would somehow lift her curse.
Guest 3rd Mar 2013, 9:07 PM edit delete reply
Guest 4th Mar 2013, 12:59 AM edit delete reply
Wait... aren't Worgen sterile? Or is that something Blizzard left open in the lore?
Amocin 4th Mar 2013, 1:04 AM edit delete reply
I have not found anywhere where it has stated that Worgen are sterile. This may be speculation from the fans/players due to other things mentioned that have lead them to believe that Worgen can not have children, or if they can have children, weather or not those children would have the curse.

As I have found no indication that Worgen can not breed, and wrote my story around that information, Im going to say that they have the ability to have children.
Dreamfox 5th Mar 2013, 3:34 AM edit delete reply
I agree with amocin. It was never stated that they are sterile.

Also, the shifting forms might proove quite interesting in bed for the unchanged Gilneans.

It never came to play, but I always had the RP background for my female Worgen, that she remembers running wild before she was given her self-control back. What she wishes she would not remember was the heat she went through.
Aurion_Black 4th Mar 2013, 3:44 AM edit delete reply
I can't remember where I saw this but i remember something about death knights being able to come back 'alive' if they have their soul returned to their body. As they are made into death knights by the taking of their souls, this does make a little sense. Very well could be wrong here but I THINK this is correct.
Aurion_ black 4th Mar 2013, 3:48 AM edit delete reply
Whoops... Did not mean to do that. Can you delete the extras if you can please Amo?
Amocin 4th Mar 2013, 11:06 AM edit delete reply
Deleted. ^.^
Aurion_black 6th Mar 2013, 1:37 AM edit delete reply
Thank you.
Guest 4th Mar 2013, 6:29 AM edit delete reply
i didnt realize but drogan and dragon contain all of the same letters just switch the o and a =D
Wolfen 4th Mar 2013, 10:32 PM edit delete reply
I caught on to that after it was revealed he was a dragon. He just swapped the 'o' and 'a' around. Drogan is pretty unimaginative when it comes to naming himself.
Amocin 4th Mar 2013, 11:51 PM edit delete reply
His name was picked that way more for you guys then in actual story, which is why a character will never bring it up. This was to be a clue for you guys as to what he was before it was reviled.
Guest 5th Mar 2013, 7:45 AM edit delete reply
There actually used to be a game to "cure" a high-level Scourge and return him to mortal status back in Vanilla(Scourge in question was Ras Frostwhisper from Scholomance). Basically, all high-level Scourge have their souls stored either in a phylactery or a "Menethil's Gift." If a Scourge doesn't have a phylactery, they can use something from their old life to reclaim the soul, and the soul will then cling to the Scourge, restoring them. Whether this is a permanent basis, or if death will ensue shortly thereafter is unclear, as you kill Ras Frostwhisper shortly after he is returned to life.
Yugijak 5th Mar 2013, 7:07 PM edit delete reply
Huh... That's something new.

Maybe it's a hint toward later content? Or perhaps something the developer's were considering and then changed.

Who knows? We'll have to wait.
Guest 9th Mar 2013, 12:59 PM edit delete reply
No, they just pulled it from the game when they redid Eastern Plaguelands for Cata. Like I said, this was all available in Vanilla upon launch. I doubt they'll come back to it as the Scourge is a rapidly-dwindling threat and Ras Frostwhisper is now very much dead. Again.
annon 6th Mar 2013, 9:10 PM edit delete reply
Why dont you just post the comics whenever they are done why wait each month
Amocin 6th Mar 2013, 10:16 PM edit delete reply
You mean why do I update only on fridays rather then when the page is done? Because I, as well as many others, do not like inconsistency. It would mean that one week you would have two pages, and then the next week you wouldn't have any.

Its better this way, for both the reader, as well as me the artist. There was a time when I did do things like that, and the above happened. You would get a page or two in one week, and then nothing for three weeks. This is more consistent and keeps me on track.
Death12550 7th Mar 2013, 12:01 AM edit delete reply
Why did I even try to read all these comments? I succeeded, but it took me about 35 minutes.
Crimson Tiger 7th Mar 2013, 10:44 AM edit delete reply
Really? It took me 20 minutes and it was very interesting. Hey great comic! Keep up the good work!
Tattorack 2nd May 2014, 7:51 PM edit delete reply
Finding a cure to death........ right, good luck with that XD
That Lore Guy 11th Nov 2014, 7:34 PM edit delete reply
Cure for undead possible in other ways then the comic shows although there are punishments for all the cures