Talk:New Agamand

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Oh, neat. The Forsaken can make their own buildings! --Super Bhaal 07:27, 4 August 2007 (UTC)

The dark lady is moving here.[1]--SWM2448 18:09, 5 August 2007 (UTC)
So, who's going to occupy Undercity then ( not that I care because it's not nearly as scary as it should be )? --Super Bhaal 19:47, 5 August 2007 (UTC)
Varimathras? --Adonzo 22:17, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
Possibly. I think he was always itching for the throne anyway. --Joshmaul 13:19, 15 August 2007 (UTC)
Umm, yeah. I'd really like to see how that plays out...oh well, I guess something'll be done about that. I can see him getting back together with Balnazzar and causing all sorts of problems. Something tells me he's itching for something to happen period. --Super Bhaal 00:29, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
I think the same. Nathrezim are demons afterall, and they don't deserve further trust... So, Silvanas is playing very confident (unless she leaves some other powerful subordinate to keep an eye on Vari). -- Ravenore, the Necroshadowmancer 17:11, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
Blightcaller, possibly? Might screw up the Alliance quest-line, but he's the closest to a "powerful subordinate" that Sylvanas has. --Joshmaul 08:20, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
Or they could do the same thing as Thrall in outland, and have Sylvanas in both places. (It doesn't make sense for them to remove the faction leader from the capital, and would mess with some quests.)Minionman 04:23, 15 December 2007 (UTC)
I can't find anything in the above link that says Sylvanas will be moving to Northrend, only Garrosh. --Tyrsenus t c 22:34, 6 January 2008 (UTC)
Really? --SWM2448 22:42, 6 January 2008 (UTC)

Admitted Confusion About the Name

Now this place looks kick-ass - very much like I expected a "real" Forsaken town to look like, rather than living out of the ruined villages in northern Lordaeron - but I have one major problem with it: The name, New Agamand. Now, last I checked, the Agamands were Scourge, and their mills were crawling with them. Is there a reason behind this? (Perhaps some members of the family became Forsaken? I know at least one of their workers did.) --Joshmaul 16:04, 7 August 2007 (UTC)

The Agamand's were an institution of sorts in Tirisfal, being a major family before the plague even struck. Their property was huge, and was practically a small town in its own right, due to the many workers they employed. --Adonzo 22:17, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
I realize that, but still - they're Scourge now. Why name it after them? Perhaps an act of sentimentality (by FORSAKEN? Gimme a break) - "good times" before the Plague or something? --Joshmaul 13:19, 15 August 2007 (UTC)
Well, the thing is - the Forsaken really don't have that much. They've got nothing to name stuff after save other towns. New Sepulcher? :P Maybe they're trying to get at least a little bit of familiarity... like they're saying "We were strong then (the original Mills), we're even stronger now (New Agamand)." And the name's supposed to symbolize that, represent it, or something. ;) --Pure.Wasted 07:46, 13 October 2007 (UTC)
Hmm. Didn't think of it quite that way - maybe you have a point... --Joshmaul 18:54, 13 October 2007 (UTC)
"When the Scourge attacked Lordaeron, the Agamands decided to hold fast to their home, and ordered their farmhands to remain on the property to defend it. This effort proved to be in vain; the Agamands and their farmhands were massacred by the Scourge, and most of them arisen in their service...however, a select few have broken away, and become Forsaken instead."
If that doesn't tells you something about it... -- Ravenore, the Necroshadowmancer 17:25, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
Their farmhands became Forsaken, yes...the Farthings, for starters. But the Agamands themselves - unless there's a relative that we don't know about - are Scourge. --Joshmaul 08:19, 6 November 2007 (UTC)

The Agamands represented resistance against the Scourge. While the Agamands themselves fell to the Scourge, their spirit of resistance in a sense, is honorable. New Agamand probably honor this spirit of resistance. Perhaps this is the Forsaken's way of telling the Lich King "Back then, you screwed Agamand. Now, the Agamand is back to screw you!" --Invin Dranoel 11:57, 6 November 2007 (UTC)

Hmm. Interesting idea - and it certainly fits the Forsaken mindset too. Okay, not quite as confused now - thank you! --Joshmaul 10:28, 29 November 2007 (UTC)

Wrong impression on the Royal Apothecracy Society?

The Plague the RaS is brewing isn't only for the Scourge, according to the quest givers in game it's for all life.

May I edit the article to show that?

The society sounds like a noble form of ressistance to the Scourge from the article, instead of the evil it actually admits to being. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by LangstonTheCoward (talk · contr).

Sign your posts. In Rise of the Lich King, it is also stated that the plague is for all life. Let's see what happens first. Pudim17 (talk - contr) 23:36, 11 July 2009 (UTC)