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Uther confided in Terenas after Arthas left for Northrend and together they decided that Arthas had been compromised, most likely from the stress he endured at Hearthglen, and ordered an emissary to find him and order him to return.
Arthas finally did return some weeks later, though he was somehow different. Nevertheless, Lordaeron 's capital erupted in a festival to celebrate their returning hero. The festivity turned to horror as Arthas proceeded into the throne room and impaled his father on the runeblade Frostmourne. At some point, Uther was to visit Caer Darrow once again,  but the island fell to the plague before that.
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Terenas was ceremonially cremated and ensconced within a magical urn. Uther, dismayed at having lost two friends to the darkness, volunteered to personally guard the urn in Andorhal. The town was raided by Arthas and his undead minions, who sought the magical urn for necromantic purposes. Uther stood against Arthas and his minions in an epic battle and initially had the upper hand, knocking Arthas down and sending Frostmourne flying from his hands.
The Light 's aura around Uther grew blindingly bright as he prepared the killing blow, when suddenly the sword seemed to find its own way back into Arthas' hands and he was granted more power by the Lich King. The battle began to turn in Arthas's favor. Eventually, Uther, covered in blood from his wounds, fell to his knees and told Arthas he hoped there was a special place in hell waiting for him. Arthas replied that they may never know because he intended to live forever, then delivered the killing blow. Uther was slain by the hands of his former pupil, whom he loved dearly.
Uther's body was recovered after the battle with Arthas by followers of the Alliance and laid to rest in a great tomb. The tomb is located in the Western Plaguelands , east of Chillwind Camp - the only light in a land of darkness. The marker stone in the tomb reads:. Uther lived and died to defend the kingdom of Lordaeron. Though he was betrayed by his most beloved student, we believe that his spirit lives on. He continues to watch over us, even as the shadows close in around our ruined land.
His light is the light of all humanity - and so long as we honor his example, it shall never fade. This section concerns content related to the original World of Warcraft. Originally, Uther's Tomb in the Western Plaguelands was just a point on the map. This section concerns content related to The Burning Crusade. With the addition of draenei and blood elf NPCs all over Azeroth , Uther himself was brought back - albeit in ghost form. For the Alliance, the draenei Anchorite Truuen wishes to honor Uther by finding a holy relic he possessed at the time of his death and bringing it to his tomb.
For the Horde, the blood elf Mehlar Dawnblade wishes to defile the aforementioned relic, and subsequently the tomb itself, in order to seek revenge for Uther's training of Prince Arthas - the despoiler of Quel'Thalas. This section concerns content related to Wrath of the Lich King.
Uther's soul appears to have been consumed by Frostmourne after he was slain by Arthas, as his spirit is summoned forth from the blade by Jaina Proudmoore or Sylvanas Windrunner inside the Halls of Reflection. He warns that someone must take the place of the Lich King if Arthas is destroyed, and that the Lich King can only be destroyed at the place he was created - the Frozen Throne.
Uther is also involved in the Quel'Delar quest chain. Uther warns that the blade draws the essence of evil from the place and that if they wish to cleanse it, they must take it to the Sunwell on the Isle of Quel'Danas. This section concerns content related to Cataclysm. The Scarlet Crusade recovered the Shroud of the Lightbringer as well as other artifacts, that they relocated to the barracks at Tyr's Hand. Korfax assigned an adventurer to recover all the artifacts on behalf of the Argent Crusade.
Terran "Justice" Gregory and Deva Marie honored this great hero's memorial. Uther the Lightbringer A righteous Paladin, an honorable man, and a dear friend. You will never be forgotten, Brother. This section concerns content related to Legion. He also revealed that its wielder, Tirion Fordring, was still alive, but only for a matter of time. Although his body was slain, it was not enough to destroy the great champion of Light that Uther was. People visiting his tomb in Western Plaguelands might be able to see the meaning of the words carved on the marker stone by his tomb, for his spirit does live on, appearing to adventurers, members of the Alliance and Horde alike.
His ghost expresses wisdom; words of gratitude to those who have come to honor his memory, and words of forgiveness to those who would wish harm for him, even in death. Uther is generally viewed as a hero and a martyr who was loyal to his nation, order, and king to the death. Being the creator of the Knights of the Silver Hand , a commander during the Second War and instrumental in rallying the shaken Alliance to victory after the death of Anduin Lothar has immortalized him as one of the greatest knights and holy men ever to live in the eyes of many.
This section contains information from the Warcraft RPG which is considered non-canon. Uther is the one who signed the official ousting of the traitorous Alteraci nobility. Though zealous and weathered, Uther's eyes show kindness and wisdom. He is Lordaeron's self-appointed defender, but regrets that violence is the only way to solve some problems. Possessing a rich, commanding voice and great physical strength, Uther is also capable of gentleness and compassion, though he does not suffer fools.
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He is the epitome of the paladin warrior — a mighty foe to his enemies and a bastion of hope to his allies. Uther strides directly into melee, placing himself in the center of the most brutal combat. He places himself in danger to spare his allies. Cathan pushes Beldyn away, and manages to wound Sathira with the pieces of his symbol of Paladine, giving Beldyn time to banish Sathira. Beldyn then puts on the Crown of Power, resulting in a cleansing wave of power spreading through the city. The Scatas realize the power, and swear allegiance to Beldyn.
Later, Beldyn and his newfound army march to Istar, to oust Kurnos.
Back in Istar, the heads of the temples receive word of the approaching army, and Beldyn's holy powers, and begin to send votes of "no support" to Kurnos. That night, Fistandantilus replaces Sathira with a killing spell, instructing Kurnos to use it to kill Beldinas. The next day, Kurnos surrenders without a fight, and when he pretends to beg for forgiveness, he uses the ring on Beldinas. Cathan realizes Kurnos's intent, and jumps in front of Beldinas, saving his life, but dies.
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However, Beldinas calls on Paladine to resurrect Cathan, and Paladine answers. Cathan is resurrected and Kurnos is thrown into a dungeon, while Beldinas debates what to do with him. However, that night Fistandantilus arrives in Kurnos's cell and unleashes Sathira on Kurnos, letting her kill and mutilate him.
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Lucifer never created the physical features of Hell—Hell created itself around him. Lucifer was the main character in an eponymous series that ran for 75 issues and the Lucifer: Nirvana one-shot , from June to August , the entire run of which was written by Mike Carey this series was preceded by Carey's work in , The Sandman Presents: Lucifer miniseries.
To Carey, the essence of the character was:. We play safe. Most of us do, most of the time He does whatever the hell he likes, picks his fights where he finds them and generally wins In the series, Lucifer runs a piano bar an element introduced in the Sandman story " The Kindly Ones " called "Lux" in Los Angeles, with the assistance of his mistress, Mazikeen who is a Lilim , one of the race descended from Lilith.
Lucifer is portrayed as a sophisticated and charming man, in accordance with the stereotypical gentleman-devil. The theme of the Lucifer series revolves around the free will problem. Carey's Lucifer is a figure representing will and individual willpower, who challenges the "tyranny of predestination ". While in Heaven's eyes this is blasphemy , Lucifer points out that the rebellion and indeed all sin and damnation as consequence were pre-planned by his Creator, God. Lucifer rejects God's rule and moral philosophy as tyrannical and unjust.