Wolf in People’s Clothing

Where? The Blue Recluse, Stormwind Mage Quarter

His name is Steven Lohan.  He works and operates a small tavern in the mage district of Stormwind.  He has a brother, he has employees, and he seems to have a good life.  But Steven Lohan is a lie.  Because in the chaos and panic of the Shattering, as Deathwing destroyed the Park for the sake of plot convenience for when Chris Metzen had no real answer as to why the worgen had go to Darnassus, the man who was once named Steven Lohan was silenced, and without a single soul noticing, vanished from the world in a flash of claws and a small splash of blood on cloth.

Why do I say this?  What right do I have to claim that this “man” is not Steven Lohan?  Because during Patch 4.0.3a, something happened to good old Steve.  He started saying funny things.  With an accent he previously never had before.  He began barking, “Get gabbin’ or get goin’!” at patrons.  No one knew what to make of it – it was such an odd thing for him to say. However, if you asked a night elf about it, they’d know instantly that this new Steven Lohan is not a Stormwind resident at all…  BUT A GILNEAN INFILTRATOR! (Dun dun Duuuuun)

No joke, for some reason when Cataclysm hit the live servers, this random guy who no one really had any reason to interact with in the game (I don’t think he even had any dialogue besides the normal click-on-them responses) just suddenly and without reasoning decided to become a Gilnean.  This is an excellent argument for the people who want to claim that there are worgen in Stormwind just hiding out in human guise, because well… here’s one.

Granted, there’s the chance that Stevie was a defected Gilnean that struggled against the odds to climb past the Greymane Wall, survived the harsh trek across the haunted vales of Silverpine, the warzones of Hillsbrad, the beastie infested swamps of the Wetlands, and the Dwarf riddled lands of Dun Morogh until he eventually made it to Stormwind where he learned to suppress his accent and worked as a shoe shiner until he had enough money to open up his own tavern.  However, things turned for the worse and a warlock bar opened up just up the street, and thus began a life long rivalry as Steven fought and struggled with his family, his alcoholism, his stressful marriage to a Kirin Tor woman (they are very strict) in the Lifetime Original Movie… Howling for Home: The Steven Lohan Story.

That or he was a worgen that showed up and killed the original Steven and took his place.  You tell me which sounds more likely.

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Posted on April 22, 2011, in Eastern Kingdom, Oddities and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Wait wait wait. ARE YOU BACK? ARE YOU FREAKIN BACK???

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