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Saber-Scorpion

Member Since 30 Mar 2008
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In Topic: Official Scorp's Minifigs Topic

Today, 04:31 PM

^Yup! That minifig has some very cool pieces.

 

40402316922_491957e9c8_h.jpgKOTOR2 Jedi Council by Justin Stebbins, on Flickr

 

The Jedi Council of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords... Zez-Kai Ell, Atris, Vrook Lamar, and Kavar.


In Topic: WG Weekly Comic (and other updates)

18 February 2018 - 06:30 AM

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In Topic: Official Scorp's Minifigs Topic

17 February 2018 - 02:43 PM

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High Overlord Saurfang by Justin Stebbins, on Flickr

 

High Overlord Varok Saurfang, the most badass orc still standing in the world of Warcraft (as he appears in the new expansion, Battle for Azeroth).


In Topic: Official Wulfgard Q&A Topic

13 February 2018 - 02:47 PM

Question time!:

 

1: How effective is sunglight against the Undead? If even the slightest amount touches them do they explode into flames, or is it slower?

2: Is it possible for an Undead creature to maintain its personality and continue to act human, or does the undead go feral as soon as its created?

 

1: It's not instant, but it's pretty fast. If the sun touches them, they start to sizzle and smoke, and pretty soon WHOOSH! Some vampires walk in sunlight by covering themselves from head to toe, including a veil or mask over their entire face, but even this will not work if they are exposed to bright sun for extended periods. They also find it rather blinding and dizzying.

 

2: Depends on the type of undead. Obviously, vampires and liches retain their personality and continue to act human. Lesser undead often have no soul at all - just a demonic mockery of one - and thus are incapable of human thought.

 

But I assume you are asking about those lesser undead created with a mortal's soul trapped in a soulstone. In the majority of cases, the soul inhabiting the undead creature goes mad from the torment of its existence, as it is forced to watch its new undead form carry out the necromancer's commands. BUT in very rare situations, a soul of unusually strong willpower (usually that of a mage or shaman) can maintain a grip on itself and even gain control of its new undead form. This usually happens after the necromancer who created it has already died, but in some cases they may even be able to break the necromancer's will and turn on him.

 

See also: http://wulfgard.net/...hp?title=Undead


In Topic: Official Scorp's Minifigs Topic

13 February 2018 - 02:15 PM

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Garrosh Hellscream by Justin Stebbins, on Flickr

 

The true Warchief of the Horde! #ThrallCheated