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I don't even think it's necessary to note the scientific impossibilities of undeath. I would, however, like to point out something slightly less obvious about the Plague. At once, it is spread by spores, miasmas, and ingestion. Of course, it's probably foolish to look too deeply into this, but I just found that logical fallacy kind of funny. -Blackhawk003
Nerubians - invulnerable to the Plague Edit
Yes, we all know they are, but this article seems to think otherwise! I'm going to change a few errors on it.--Mannerheim 06:07, 19 October 2007 (UTC)
An Update, does this page need it?Edit
Just wondering if this page should be updated to make mention of the ways the plague is feature in WotLK, as well as possibly documenting the Blight Crystal plague. Vulpes Wolf (talk) 18:31, January 26, 2010 (UTC)
- It does. However, the line between "Plague" and "Blight" seems to have been blurred, so I not sure what will go where.-- 18:58, January 26, 2010 (UTC)
How do we survive? Edit
A noticeable hole I've found in the Plague is that player characters, the Argent Dawn, and the Scarlet Crusade all spend considerable time in the Plaguelands, especially the Eastern ones. Yet they're all fine. While I'm sure the Argent and the Scarlet use the Light to protect themselves against the Plague, what about us? Us player characters, we aren't all Light worshipping classes. Yet player characters aren't invulnerable to the Plague as the Lich King infected us all with it before WotLK. Anybody able to answer this discrepancy? MegaNerd18 (talk) 04:06, August 2, 2010 (UTC)
- Because the plague isn't airborne, it's delivered via ingestion or physical contact. We're not eating plagued grain and we're not swimming in plague goo. -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 23:58, July 25, 2010 (UTC)
- But if the Plague is microscopic and floating in the air, than aren't we all coming into physical contact with it? MegaNerd18 (talk) 04:06, August 2, 2010 (UTC)