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8-11-2008 @ 9:29AM
While there is probably lore and other good reasons to put a naru underneath the LHC in WOTLK I dont think there is. It would be dead and a void. To our knowledge, before the exodar came there were no Naru on Azeroth (actively). M'uru was stolen by Kael'thas and brought to SM after they post WC3FT at some point but before BC. And when that massive fortress was built to ensure nothing else came out of the portal, no one reported seeing a massive being of light come through. There have been no other signs of ships on Azeroth (ie no giant crystal mountains [Oshugun]). That doesnt leave a lot of room for a naru in lore, but blizzard could pull it out of its ass and say its been there for decades/centuries buried and sealed by the first clirics of lorderan, though that would suck lore wise. Also it would leave loops as to why "stormwind" paladins could still call on the light if it had been sealed off after the scourge during which no one would have been maintaining it and so it would have died and there would be an Azerothian version of Aunchindoun. That being said, I would they will make it worth the hype and the lore. I mean the leader of the paladins against what was Uthers personal apprentience and presumable replacement as the head of the light become the first "modern" death knight (ie not orc souls in human bodies like gorefiend") squaring off over something so important. I personaly have no idea however what it may be and nothing to back it in lore.Maybe its the Sword of A Thousand Truths :P and Arthas knows it can one hit him?
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