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Ner'zhul. Medivh. Zul'jin. Uther the Lightbringer. Malygos. Aegwynn. King Terenas Menethil II. Archimonde. Rend Blackhand. Kel'Thuzad. Grom Hellscream. Alleria Windrunner. Illidan Stormrage. Lady Vashj. Gul'dan. Sir Anduin Lothar. Dagran Thaurissan. Archmage Antonidas. Turalyon. Orgrim Doomhammer.
These and many other legendary characters played major roles in shaping the Azeroth we know today. Some were heroes, championing their causes with honor, courage, and compassion. Others were villains, sowing seeds of pain, destruction, and chaos. Still others were merely bystanders or victims, caught beside or within the crossfire of the world's many wars. Each met their end, some too soon, others far too late.
We know their stories as history tells them... but what of the personal tale? What of the man or woman behind the legend? We have little to nothing recorded on the thoughts of these influential leaders, murderers, thinkers, and watchers. What if we could obtain an autobiographical account firsthand? What if we could meet with one of these titanic figures and hear his side of the story?
Ruling out the fact that some characters refuse to stay dead (Kael'thas Sunstrider, I'm looking at you), and assuming the nastier villains wouldn't kill you on sight (perhaps we'll host the event in a neutral city like Shattrath), which deceased figure from Warcraft history would you sit down for a cup of Blended Bean Brew with? What would you ask him?