How MoP should end.

  • Topic Archived
You're browsing the GameFAQs Message Boards as a guest. Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.
  1. Boards
  2. World of Warcraft
  3. How MoP should end.

User Info: Wyrmwarrior5

4 years ago#1
Following the death of the villainous Garrosh, a wild celebration is happening all throughout Org. The camera zooms in on select groups. Lor'themar, Vol'jin, and Varian are all drinking together, patting each other on the back and commemorating each other on their badassery. Sunwalker Dezco and Baine are both smashed, lampshades hanging from their horns as a crowd of dwarves throws them more alcohol. General Nazgrim and Admiral Taylor, having fought side by side in the Siege, are now bros and are together picking up chicks of all different races. Anduin is passed out on the ground next to Muradin, who snuck him a few ales. The camera goes throughout the city, showing that the two factions have come together in celebration, tossing aside their old hatreds for at least one night. It shows that even Jaina finds it in her to celebrate, with her shyly going up to Aethas and going "Yo, we cool?" and him going "Yeah, we're cool" before the two of them going off to get hammered with Vaneesa. Thrall also joins them.

Then the camera pans over to one person who doesn't join in on the celebrations, instead sitting in the shadows, out of sight. The person stares off into space, before a skeletal hand slowly reaches into her pocket and takes out a picture. The Undead Rogue stares at it for a few seconds before softly whispering "Riko..."

She puts the picture down, and the camera zooms in on it. It shows Shademaster Kiryn helping a Hozen into a suit of armor, which is comically oversized for him. Her dead eyes glisten in the photo, and her decaying jaw had actually worked itself into a grin.

The camera pans back to look at Kiryn, who gazes up at all the celebration going on. A single slimy, green tear falls from her eyes.

Suddenly, the camera shifts back to the crowd as a noise is heard above the roar of the celebrators. Everyone quiets down, and it's recognized as a Hozen battle cry. A shout of "I'M BACK, WIKKETS!" is heard, and a lone Hozen suddenly flies into the middle of the party on a Pandaren kite. Everyone looks confused, with many people feeling that they know who this Hozen is, but they just can't figure out his name. Then, out of the shadows, a soft whisper is heard. "... Riko?"

The crowd looks over as the camera pans to the Rogue who has now made her way out of the shadows. She takes a few stops closer, before asking "Riko? Is... is it really you?" The Hozen stares at her for a few seconds, before slowly grinning and saying, "The dooking same, dead face."

With a shriek of joy, Kiryn runs toward Riko who, upon her reaching him, leaps into her arms. They spin in circles for a while, before stopping and looking at one another. Slowly, Riko removes Kiryn's bandit mask, before saying "You're still the prettiest dooking lady I know, dead face and all." Kiryn spills another slimy green tear as the two slowly lean forward, until their lips are pressing against one another.

There's a hush in the crowd. Then, Varian slowly stands up and begins to clap. Lor'themar and Vol'jin soon join in, followed by Dezco and Baine, and slowly but surely the entire crowd is clapping wildly and cheering. The races all come together. Blood Elves hug Night Elves. Trolls fist bump Dwarves. Goblins and Gnomes set off fireworks. Worgen and Undead shake hands. Orcs and Humans high five. Draenei and Tauren clap their horns together. Pandaren of both factions embrace each other in brotherhood.

As their kiss ends, Kiryn and Riko collapse in each other's arms, oblivious to everything but one another. Then, from over Kiryn's shoulder, Riko sees the Player and a opposite faction counterpart. Both of them slowly nod at Riko, who nods back. No words are needed.

The camera shows the two of them, then across the crowd once again, before panning up as fireworks burst across the sky. = best website ever.

User Info: Wyrmwarrior5

4 years ago#2
tl;dr version: the best video game ending ever made, call me Blizzard. = best website ever.

User Info: Xixil

4 years ago#3
Cool idea and all, but where does Thrall fit in?
I would completely not mind this.

User Info: Krozard

4 years ago#5
I have to say, after reading this, I don't think I'd complain one tiny bit if this was the ending.
this space intentionally left blank

User Info: Wyrmwarrior5

4 years ago#6
Xixil posted...
Cool idea and all, but where does Thrall fit in?

He can also be getting drunk with Jaina. = best website ever.

User Info: Jiruru

4 years ago#7
It made me cry.
"It felt like the music was aimed right at me... like a missile!"

User Info: JohnnyShred612

4 years ago#8
Bear Down

User Info: Falos

4 years ago#9
Helped the Hozen one too many times?

Doesn't matter. Nice writeup.
These skills only produce pain and harm. You say Master but I play puppet to death and destruction. The skills of a master create, nourish, and protect. ~J9ma6

User Info: Wyrmwarrior5

4 years ago#10
Chen is also there, who is going around tossing Stormstout Ale into the crowd. Lorewalker Cho narrates the whole thing. = best website ever.
  1. Boards
  2. World of Warcraft
  3. How MoP should end.

Report Message

Terms of Use Violations:

Etiquette Issues:

Notes (optional; required for "Other"):
Add user to Ignore List after reporting

Topic Sticky

You are not allowed to request a sticky.

  • Topic Archived