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6-08-2008 @ 4:30PM
Remember, its been said Malygos wakes up and goes crazy, and makes it his mission to end the mortal races use of magic. It's been said he will play a semi-major antagonist role in Wrath. "He is less than pleased by the rampant use of magic by the mortal races. He has become hostile to all magic-users, particularly the Kirin Tor of Dalaran. Dalaran has therefore moved to Northrend, as a capital for both the war against the Lich King, and the Kirin Tor's fight with Malygos." - Quoted from WoWWiki, which is confirmed by Metzen and Tigole.So I don't think Alexstrasza and Malygos will be teaming up for said story arc. Just throwing that out there.
6-08-2008 @ 4:38PM
I didn't mean to say they were, just that those will be the primary lore characters involved.
6-08-2008 @ 4:57PM
Malygos hasn't gone crazy hes actually become sane hence why he declares war on magic users.
6-08-2008 @ 5:05PM
Everyone knows that Malygos and Alexstraza will be fighting each other... I dunno where you got that they're teaming up...
6-08-2008 @ 5:53PM
I don't think he said they would team up. But Mal is a big power player in Northrend, and Alex being that she promised the humans to help them is now fighting against a dear friend. So yeah Alex and Mal will be huge driving forces in Northrend via the dragon end of things.
6-08-2008 @ 9:12PM
My guess is that Malygos is not entirely himself, so to speak. From my understanding, the Blue flight researched and captured some members of the netherwing dragonflight, or convinced them to go to Azeroth with them and meet with Malygos. It is the nether energies and abilities that have rejuvenated him. Now, seeing as the Netherwing are good guys that come from a bad background, scions of the Black flight altered by the shattering of Draenor, I think there's something else at play here besides Malygos is pissed.
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