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    This occured to me a few years back, but has anyone else considered that Izsha may have been the "cerebrate" of Kerrigan's Brood War campaign? I mean, they haven't had any problem filling our nameless character's shoes before (ie, Liberty, Artanis).

    Had it been present at the QoB's crowning achievements, it makes more sense why it's remained loyal to her as opposed to the other Brood mothers, which were made much later...

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    Read this for her origin: http://starcraft.wikia.com/wiki/Izsha

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemolitionSquid View Post
    Read this for her origin: http://starcraft.wikia.com/wiki/Izsha
    Depending on when Hybrid took place, though, that doesn't necessarily preclude her being placed as the playable character of Brood War.

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    I don't care as long as it's not revealed to be another "Aidan"...
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    What was wrong with Aidan? You're talking about Diablo III, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muspelli View Post
    Depending on when Hybrid took place, though, that doesn't necessarily preclude her being placed as the playable character of Brood War.
    Yes it does. Izsha is not and has never been a cerebrate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimera757 View Post
    Yes it does. Izsha is not and has never been a cerebrate.
    Blizzard likes retcons.

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    That doesn't make Izsha a cerebrate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldrius View Post
    That doesn't make Izsha a cerebrate.
    Blizzard can easily say Izsha is the player from Queen of Blades. All it means is it was no longer a cerebrate. Is it likely? Nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muspelli View Post
    Blizzard can easily say Izsha is the player from Queen of Blades. All it means is it was no longer a cerebrate. Is it likely? Nope.
    Well my point is they haven't done that, and there's no indication that they will, so the point is totally moot.

    Regardless we've found out she's that woman from the short story, it's unlikely that story took place prior to Brood War, and while it could, Occam's Razor dictates that it doesn't I'd say.


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