I don't like to complain , but the Thumbnail itself was a spoiler and it was not the first timeI might just avoid Wowhead until SL release sadly.
Like what the heck, thumbnail with Uther being hostile?
We know that Arthas is in the Maw don't we? Sylvanas saw him there in the short story, "Edge of Night."
lmao a article showing story spoilers yet the thumbnail and pic give enough away
We know we are getting additional soulbinds in patches. Uther and Kael'thas would be solid choices imo (as well as Alexandros and maybe Vol'jin?)
I just hope he is eventually redeemed. I am not happy that they've decided to take Uther down this road. I rolled a human paladin 15 years ago specifically because Uther is one of my favorite Warcraft characters. He's a good paladin, not a mindless zealot. But it seems like Blizzard really enjoys destroying paladin characters. Arthas was the first, followed by Maraad and then Yrel, then Turalyon and now Uther.I'm not criticizing the way the fall of Arthas was written, but he's the only paladin that Blizzard set up a fall for that has felt justified and earned and beneficial to the story. The others just made me feel like %^&* for picking the class that I like best, because all the "best" paladins get killed off unceremoniously or have their morality warped into something evil.
"Warning Story Spoilers!1!" > The thumbnail is the spoiler.I never read this story posts as I only like to visit the website for news and cosmetics. Next time, please, be carefull with the thumbnails you choose. I like Uther a lot and now I won't be that shocked with whatever happens to him...
Can someone please change the image for this post? Huge spoilers right there, what was whoever posting this thinking?
Well, we can say that Arthas was likely sent to the Maw by the Arbiter, because, well... this was a place for those beyond redemption. Kael'thas cared about his people until he was raised in 2.4, while Arthas just didn't care about anything. He served Ner'zhul, then literally betrayed him when they became one etc. And I think Arthas definitely has some special significance for the Jailer, because it is implied that the helm (and maybe the Frostmourne) were orginally Jailer's stuff and then Arthas took them for himself. So I guess the Jailer will arrange a triple dose of suffering for him or something like that. Maybe turn him into some weapon (like Denathrius wants with Kael'thas), because Arthas must have a lot of anima.
Maybe showing a picture of Uther as a forsworn is spoiler enough for some people?
Uh, the thumbnail and title alone is a spoiler lol.