WoW: When Arthas seized Frostmourne - awesome fan video with pixel art


Pixel art is back in fashion! Some indie game studios even specialize in games with pixel art. These retro games have their own charm that reminds most gaming veterans of their own childhood. The first Warcraft games were also created with pixel graphics. Warcraft 3 was one of the first games to rely on 3D graphics.

The Deep Fall of Arthas Menethil

The cutscenes from Warcraft 3 are a masterpiece in their own right. Sure, the clunky characters look silly today, but back then these theatrical cutscenes were a novelty. But what if you reversed that trend and took the iconic cutscenes from Warcraft 3 and turned them into classic pixel art? This is the project that artist Agi Hammerthief

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The end of Wrath of the Lich King: Uther seizes Arthas' soul and casts it into the Maw. Source: Blizzard

At that moment, Arthas cursed not only his soul, but all of Azeroth. Today we know that even then the Dungeon Master worked at the hands of the Prince. Using Frostmourne forged from the Dungeon Master's chains and engraved with the runes of dominion, the villain collected countless souls, the shards of which he keeps in his chamber somewhere in Torghast to this day.

His victims include Warcraft legends such as Uther Lightbringer

and Sylvanas Windrunner. Both have played into the dungeon master's hands and tipped the balance in the Shadowlands in Zovaal's favor. Where Arthas' soul currently resides remains a mystery for now. However, using Ner'zhul, the first Lich King, as an example, we see that the Dungeon Master neither forgets nor forgives. He must have devised a very special torture for Arthas. We are curious to see if the soul of the fallen prince of Lordaeron will make an appearance in patch 9.2.Support buffed - it'll only take a minute. Thank you!

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