The So-Called Mark of the Lightbringer has a quest chain ever made me feel as badly as the Drakuru quests in Zul'Drak. If you haven't done it yet, you get to wear a scourge costume and take orders from an "evil" Scourge-affiliated troll (who you previously helped rise to power in Grizzly Hills.) Problem is, this bad dude is nicer to you and appreciates your work more than 90% of questgivers out there. Thanking you, giving you personal tours, treating you like his best buddy -- he could teach Garrosh Hellscream a thing or two. Your inevitable betrayal of the troll feels like an act of treason. Submitter Markus apparently feels the same way, as he's helped Drakuru equip the Scourge with parachutes so they won't crush their precious heads falling from his floating necropolis. After trying to control a load of brainless moronic Abominations, I'm not surprised that Drakuru's minions need technological aid to keep from succumbing to their own stupidity.
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