In WarCraft III which StarCraft easter-egg unit was not actually from StarCraft?
a - Marine
b - Space Fel Orc - this unit was entirly made up for WarCraft III
c - Zergling
d - Hydralisk
Which of the following Diablo easter-eggs did not appear in WarCraft III?
a - Butcher
b - Wirt's Other Leg
c - Wirt's Leg
d - Diablo, Lord of Terror - this easter-egg appeared in StarCraft II
The fake answers in question 1,2 and 3 is a bit, meh.
Question 4 and 5 are great!
Question 6... what is the question?
1) The Kingdom of New Stormwind featured in Blizzard's 'World of Warcraft' was originally in previous Warcraft titles known as what...?
- The Kingdom of Stonewind
- The Kingdom of Stormwind
- The Kingdom of Azeroth
- The Kingdom of Elwynn
@ Mads, no you are wrong. Azeroth is three things, A kingdom, continent and the world. Azeroth is acutally NOT the dwarves, but all the stuff of dwarves (the continent). It was called this because originally there was no Stranglethorn Vale so all that land was actually part of the Kingdom of Azeroth, and therefore the entire continent was part of the Kingdom as well. This changed when STV was added, and because Blizzard lacked a good name for the world they went with Azeroth. You have your lore mixed up, probably beacuse you play Azeroth Wars which imo is TERRIBLE at lore. Arathor was actually thousands of km's (miles) north of Azeroth (the kingdom/continent) and was basically all of North EK minus Quel'Thalas and trollish lands united together under the Empire of Arathor, which has not existed for thousands of years.
Also Arugal's last name isn't Hellcast, it's mentioned no where in lore, and once again you have used Azeroth War lore for this, I suggest you don't do that anymore, or at least check a source first Also Arugal belonged to Dalaran as a state, since Shadowfang Keep is not a state, but actually a keep, De Jure part of Gilneas, and officially part of the Kingdom of Lordaeron, now destroyed.
Also yes, Tandred is a King, but his title is "Lord Admiral" that is a King in Kul Tiras basically, just like a king is called a Koning in dutch/german.