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Uther Lightbringer (present)
Despite my misgivings, I followed the boy to Stratholme. The journey was a perilous one, with roads overrun by Scourge.
My belief in Arthas, in his goodness, was too strong to push aside. I had to find him.
Arthas abandoned you. Leave him.
Never! I won't let you harm him!
Is that all?
Haven't you realized this was all part of our plan?
None may halt the march of the Scourge.
We will break you and the boy too.
Even if you survive the road to Stratholme, your words will never reach him.
Silence! You do not know his heart. I do.
The boy is already lost to you.
I won't give up!
Boss' turn 6
Choke on your pride!
We're too late, Uther. These people have all been infected. The city must be purged.
How can you even consider that? I cannot obey that command!
Then I must consider this an act of treason. Get out of my sight!
As Arthas and Jaina Proudmoore were investigating rumors of plague, they were attacked again and again by the forces of the Scourge posing as the personal army of the dreadlord Mal'Ganis. Kel'Thuzad helped play the part by telling Arthas that it was Mal'Ganis himself and not the Lich King behind the plague. Each attack, each town destroyed hit at Arthas' weakness, his pride. Arthas began to take his inability to protect his people from the Scourge personally, and soon became obsessed with killing the dreadlord.
Mal'Ganis led Arthas to Stratholme, and left him with the choice of either slaughtering all of its inhabitants or watching them fall to the plague. Arthas chose to kill his own subjects rather than let them become slaves to Mal'Ganis in death, killing most of the inhabitants of the town. Mal'Ganis was there in the wreckage, and goaded Arthas once again to come to Northrend to finish their battle. As expected, Arthas took the royal fleet and sailed north. The Prince's obsession with the hated dreadlord led him further down the path of evil, first lying to his men, betraying his mercenaries, and finally forsaking his own soul to take up the runeblade Frostmourne, grievously wounding Muradin Bronzebeard in the process.
The moment Arthas took up Frostmourne he became a tool of the Lich King, completely subservient to his will. This was what Mal'Ganis had planned all along. Confidently he approached Arthas and informed him of his fate. However, the manipulative and traitorous dreadlord was himself betrayed, as the Lich King's first whispers to Arthas were that the time for his vengeance had come (this was the first step towards Ner'zhul's independence). Arthas defeated the dreadlord, and both Arthas and the Lich King believed him to be slain. However, the dreadlords had ensured they would be shielded from the power of Frostmourne when they created it. The sword was incapable of consuming Mal'Ganis's soul, which instead returned to the Twisting Nether where he would be reborn in a new body.