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Patch 7.3: New World Bosses

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Argus has a whopping eight new World Bosses that drop ilvl 930 items and we're looking at their loot tables.

Keeper Aedis

"<Temp Text> Not all of the titans' creations chose to side with the Pantheon when Sargeras began his Burning Crusade.  One such leal subject, Keeper Aedis, went on to serve the Dark Titan as herald, announcing the destruction of countless worlds."

Void-Blade Zedaat

"<Temp Text>Viceroy Nezhar's most trusted lieutenant, Void-Blade Zedaat, has been charged with keeping the Legion and all others away from the Seat of the Triumvirate until his work can be completed."

Matron Folnuna

Mistress Alluradel

Inquisitor Percontatum

Ovetigo

Sotanathor

Pit Lord Vilemus

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lol those boss names, its cool to see that argus will have its own world bosses, to blizzes credit they've pushed out quite a few world bosses this expac, however, the naming is amusing to me. It almost seems like they smashed their face on the keyboard and then added vowels to whatever they got.

imma try, next world boss is awofenk- destroyer of worlds 

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43 minutes ago, demonardvark said:

lol those boss names, its cool to see that argus will have its own world bosses, to blizzes credit they've pushed out quite a few world bosses this expac, however, the naming is amusing to me. It almost seems like they smashed their face on the keyboard and then added vowels to whatever they got.

imma try, next world boss is awofenk- destroyer of worlds 

Names is an interesting topic when it comes to games and mythology. Blizzard borrows a lot of naming conventions from mythology and also develop their own.

Already existing naming conventions:

-riel -iel and - rael -ael are used usually for divine beings or angels (Also corrupted ones), in Blizzard games (Andariel and Urzael for example in Diablo) but are not exclusive (Duriel is not a divine being for example)

-chro- is related to time, and Blizzard makes no exception. A lot of the Infinite Dragonflight in WoW have this naming convention (And not exclusively, as we all know our favorite Chromie.

 

Blizzard also develops their own naming conventions:

-Strasz and Strasza are THE "ahhh yes, we know that!" conventions. If you see a humanoid NPC with the word "strasza" in it, you are 100% certain that in fact, the humanoid form is a fake.

 

A few other examples:

Names that start with V- and are combo'd with a demon race, usually have vampiric traits.

-trax and -tras are always related to demons or races with demonic affinity (Such as satyrs)

Dragonflights and Elementals also have their own naming conventions.

 

 

There's probably 5 dozen more but in order to keep this already large post from getting even larger, I won't name them. For most of the bosses in this list you can make a strong guess as to what race they are or affinity they have without reading the titles (pit lord for example) although you'd make a rough prediction (Demonic) instead of accurate (Pit Lord):

 

Aedis - sounds magical, I'd personally guess it to be a mage, likely blood elf or nightborne. I would have been wrong on this one.

Zedaat - sounds imp-ish or fel-lord-ish. The title "Void-blade" does seem that I might be correct on that one.

Folnuna - sounds celestial (nuna, luna) - possibly druidic or priestly.

Alluradel - sounds very Night-elf flavored, again druidic or priestly.

Percontatum - makes me think the Consortium are back, although I doubt this is the case seeing as it's Argus and everything.

Ovetigo - no clue other than that it resembles vertigo, which again is hard to associate with a race unless talking Arakkoa. Perhaps something related to the titans.

Sotanathor - the latter part sounds very much like a human name. But since it's Argus, this seems extremely unlikely.

Vilemus - This is the easiest one even without the title. I wouldn't have guessed a Pit Lord myself however. I'd have guessed it to be a Nathrezim like Varimathras; Regardless, definitely a demon under the Burning Legion.

 

So even though the predictions seem quite reasonable (To me at least) I'm sure I'm absolutely wrong on about half of them. But I only allowed myself to guess on the names and not the setting (Argus, Burning legion), which made it a bit harder. I have not seen any of the models (If they're available already) to make the guesswork more fair.

 

 

All in all though, there's so many names in WoW right now, I doubt they had any creativity left for names 8 years ago ;)

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1 hour ago, Yridaa said:

Aedis - sounds magical, I'd personally guess it to be a mage, likely blood elf or nightborne. I would have been wrong on this one.

Zedaat - sounds imp-ish or fel-lord-ish. The title "Void-blade" does seem that I might be correct on that one.

Folnuna - sounds celestial (nuna, luna) - possibly druidic or priestly.

Alluradel - sounds very Night-elf flavored, again druidic or priestly.

Percontatum - makes me think the Consortium are back, although I doubt this is the case seeing as it's Argus and everything.

Ovetigo - no clue other than that it resembles vertigo, which again is hard to associate with a race unless talking Arakkoa. Perhaps something related to the titans.

Sotanathor - the latter part sounds very much like a human name. But since it's Argus, this seems extremely unlikely.

Vilemus - This is the easiest one even without the title. I wouldn't have guessed a Pit Lord myself however. I'd have guessed it to be a Nathrezim like Varimathras; Regardless, definitely a demon under the Burning Legion.

So even though the predictions seem quite reasonable (To me at least) I'm sure I'm absolutely wrong on about half of them. But I only allowed myself to guess on the names and not the setting (Argus, Burning legion), which made it a bit harder. I have not seen any of the models (If they're available already) to make the guesswork more fair.

Aedis is a Vrykul, Zedaat is an Ethereal, Kena seems to be the sister of the fat Broken Shore imp lady (same model as Ana-Mouz), Alluradel is a succubus, Percontatum is a tormentor (VoTW 2nd boss), Ovetigo (Durumu).

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6 hours ago, Stan said:

Aedis is a Vrykul, Zedaat is an Ethereal, Kena seems to be the sister of the fat Broken Shore imp lady (same model as Ana-Mouz), Alluradel is a succubus, Percontatum is a tormentor (VoTW 2nd boss), Ovetigo (Durumu).

I never expected Zedaat to be a Consortium dude, but I am surprised to see one on Argus! I was pretty much mistaken on all accounts it seems, with Sotanathor not linked to a model yet.

 

I wonder what the hell the Consortium is doing on Argus. *Even though we don't really know what they were up to in Outland either* one of the most mysterious races in the game right now for sure.

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On 7/4/2017 at 4:23 AM, HenrySteinway said:

kfklsdl = Kefka Losidul, The Nightmare of the Hollow Ones

it works

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