Yeeep!I voted for Lordaeron because it all in Wc3 started from there. Arthas and his battle against bandits, Orcs, then Undeads.... Then corruption, killing father, destroying kingdom, elves in Lordaeron tileset as well... Too much action, never boring
Interesting. I wonder if it was meant that way or it's just the result of texture mirroring.
It's not specified.Is Kul Tiras a nation coming from Lordaeron? Are they the same nation except that Kul Tiras is ruled by an admiral?
They come from Gilneas, since Kul'tiras is closer to that kingdom, and since the new lore, kul'tirans are descendants of the early gilneans that established themselves on those lands.View attachment 337929
I think the intention was really that. Although the image mirroring is a bit blurred, you can see that it is a two-headed eagle.
Interesting the Lordaeron symbol is also a two-headed eagle, besides the L.
This eagle was widely used by medieval nations. Its origin is Byzantine and its meaning is variable. The most accepted is that it is the domain of both Western and Eastern lands.
Ah, may I ask you a question?
Is Kul Tiras a nation coming from Lordaeron? Are they the same nation except that Kul Tiras is ruled by an admiral?
I was looking a little at the town of Theramore in the Rexxar campaign and noticed Lordaeron flags on the map.
Do they have a connection or is it just generic?
Weirdly enough, Terenas is mentioned as Lord in the Warcraft II briefings while in the manual as King
Maybe they intended for the one in the briefings to be Arthas xD?
EDIT: also, Llane's son is name Varien in the Warcraft II manual and Varian in the RoC manual.
Yes and so are archangelsIn Warcraft 1 Manual, "God" is cited in a Cleric spell description.
Churches and crosses in lore were removed in Warcraft III, only the Northshire Abbey is mentioned in the manual. Only crosses you see is a modified one on the Paladin model's book and there are also doodad gravestones with having crosses of sorts. Also, the Ankh of Reincarnation item icon and the FX of the Reincarnation spell.I wonder if the people of Azeroth really have a god and he is based on the Christian God or if God was removed from the Lore so as not to cause religious intrigue or better develop fantasy without the idea of a god of humans.
Not necessarily though. It could be something older than that since human footmen have viking hornsIn the concept arts of Warcraft I, we see that human troops have crosses on their shields and tabards. Detail we never saw later.