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7-21-2008 @ 9:01AM
Alright first things first about the Forsaken:1. There is a faction actively looking for a cure. You'll find these in the Pools of Vision as a group and others will be referred to, especially in conjunction with Magatha Grimtotem.2. The Forsaken can channel the Light via the Forgotten Shadow. They use it to manipulate the Light as most feel they have lost it or that they are above using it in it's "pure" form. Of course, there is also the possibility of wielding the Light purely as though you were a normal priest as not all have forgotten the Light.3. The Shadow can be used by any Priest; it just takes different forms. The Night Elves probably (though this is speculation) call upon the "dark face" of Elune, since moon gods usually have aspects. The Draenei have death priests and the Eastern Kingdom priests (minus the Forsaken) treat it as a mental discipline.4. The Forsaken can and do fall back under the sway of the Lich King. When their will weakens, which usually happens when one's body begins to disintegrate or if one's mind was old to begin with, "the Cold" sets in. Forsaken under this condition slowly lose all feeling and mental acuity but they do feel its coming and usually report it to their superiors so that they may be destroyed before they are re-enslaved.5.Sylvannas did authorize the RAS to create a plague to kill the Humans and the Scourge. The RAS have created a plague that kills everything. Only the RAS and the players who have done the quests know this.6. The Forsaken, as a whole, are not insane. A nation of the insane would not hold for very long. They do all, for the most part, have a range of mental problems, varying from paranoia to obsessions with vengeance.All but six are confirmed by in-game sources. The last is simply my take on the race's mental state and my opinion on its ruling government.
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