Whitemane – heroes of the storm red patches on skin not itchy wiki

At a young age, sally whitemane witnessed her family succumbing to the scourge’s plague of undeath while they were traveling through lordaeron. She was forced to destroy her own parents and siblings red patches on skin not itchy when they rose as mindless undead, and since that day she found fulfillment only in the red patches on skin not itchy destruction of undead. She became a priestess of the light and joined the red patches on skin not itchy scarlet crusade, a religious order dedicated to the eradication of the undead red patches on skin not itchy from lordaeron. Though they believed that their mission of cleansing the world red patches on skin not itchy of undead was a noble one, the crusaders soon grew intolerant of all non-human races and came to believe that anyone who was red patches on skin not itchy not a part of their order was infected by the red patches on skin not itchy scourge’s plague of undeath and had to be tortured or red patches on skin not itchy eradicated. Along with renault mograine, who had been given the rank of scarlet commander, whitemane oversaw operations in the scarlet monastery. However, while mograine commanded the military forces in the area, the fearsome whitemane, who had the ability to resurrect her comrades after death, was the true master of the monastery.

Alliance and horde ordered sally’s death, but this was not the end as the high inquisitor red patches on skin not itchy returned years later. According to lilian voss, "the problem with the scarlet crusade is that they keep red patches on skin not itchy coming back, even after death. Behind those resurrections is high inquisitor whitemane. With her death, so goes the crusade." to give whitemane a final rest, alliance and horde adventurers retrieved two anointed blades known as red patches on skin not itchy unquenchable and the hand of providence. They then confronted and slew whitemane. The adventurers plunged the blades into whitemane’s corpse, seemingly putting a final end to the scarlet crusade’s tyranny.

She also gave the developers the opportunity to bring another red patches on skin not itchy "dark" support to the game. They felt this worked really well with stukov, and they wanted to explore that space more. Where someone like uther uses the light in a warm red patches on skin not itchy and comforting way and embraces themes like salvation and redemption, whitemane’s version of wielding the light is twisted and just red patches on skin not itchy a bit uncomfortable. She has themes like punishment, zealotry, fanaticism—a priest she may be, but a nice person she is not.

In terms of spec inspiration, the developers discussed ideas for how she could lean more red patches on skin not itchy toward shadow or holy priest as the primary inspiration, but they ultimately leaned toward a more discipline-inspired kit as the best fit for her character. They knew early on that we wanted to explore her red patches on skin not itchy design from the perspective of, "what does a priest kit look like through the lens red patches on skin not itchy of the scarlet crusade?" they’re a group of fanatics who show no mercy and red patches on skin not itchy stop at nothing to accomplish their goal, and they saw an opportunity to have her abilities reflect red patches on skin not itchy that while still feeling familiar due to their basis in red patches on skin not itchy wow’s priest class. [1]

Resurrecting dead allies was off the table pretty much immediately, because the gameplay is fraught with challenges in a MOBA red patches on skin not itchy context, and the developers were still trying to make auriel’s resurrect competitive. Just for fun they did try a variation on mass red patches on skin not itchy resurrection just to see what would happen, but as expected it made her want to stay out red patches on skin not itchy of fights to be an out of character rez bot. She got lots of nostalgia, but was not very engaging to play. [2]

They tried out a heroic ability where whitemane could designate red patches on skin not itchy an ally as a "champion" to give them bonuses, then channel to resurrect them if they died, placing the ability on cooldown. Sort of a hybrid between auriel’s trait and kharazims divine palm. Having a restriction on the resurrect made it even more red patches on skin not itchy situational than normal, and the extra passive bonus didn’t feel impactful enough to make up for that. Another thing they tried was a level 20 talent that red patches on skin not itchy allowed whitemane to resurrect the "spirits" of fallen allies with timed life and bonus stats, similar to an abathur clone. This was cool from a flavor perspective, but even at this level of power the outcome was red patches on skin not itchy wildly inconsistent. The benefit relied on allies dying, and more specifically dying before whitemane, in order for her to get any real value out red patches on skin not itchy of it. It ended up being something you’d pick at 20 and be left feeling like it red patches on skin not itchy hadn’t actually done anything for you most of the time. [1]

• whitemane was first teased on twitter: the first tweet showed a very ornate gold-handled door. The second image was much clearer and showed the altar red patches on skin not itchy that whitemane stands in front of before you fight her red patches on skin not itchy in world of warcraft. In the third and final teaser tweet, whitemane herself was shown seated on her throne with a red patches on skin not itchy fearsome scowl. [4]

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