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11-24-2008 @ 3:38AM
Ok, here's my two cents. If Arthas had failed in the culling of stratholme he would've been captured by the guards and most likely executed. If he's killed off Jaina doesn't feel desperate enough to go to Medivh, not only that but Illidan would've never heard of the skull of Gul'Dan thus allowing Tichondrius to go about his destructive ways with the scourge. Kel'Thuzad never would've been resurrected, preventing Archimonde from arriving, thus making hyjal, another instance you must preserve a paradox because Archimonde never made it to Azeroth because Kel'Thuzad wasn't resurrected! So they would have had to find alternative methods to summon Archimonde and the Legion. Assuming they do then Hyjal WOULD take place except Tichondrius would have been there helping as well, in addition to that then the night elves would have been destroyed so the final attack wherein the wisps go to kill him would not happen because Tichondrius killed the night elves. Zomg it's a paradox! Seriously it'd throw the time line outta whack. Tichondrius wouldn't have been killed by Illidan, Illidan wouldn't have came to power in Outland or try to stop Arthas because Kil'Jaeden told him too. Thus Black Temple never would have happened, Akama would have stayed unable to retake the black temple from Magtheridon. Kael'Thas wouldn't have formed the allegiance with Illidan and eventually the Legion. It would've been a big mess. Here's the best part in my opinion, the scourge wouldn't have to focus on by Sunwell AND NOT ONLY THAT, but they wouldn't have to worry about Archimonde coming with the legion, thus allowing them more time to build up their forces and take over Azeroth, defeating the Legion, BUT Arthas wouldn't have merged with Ner'Zhul to form the Lich King, so someone else would've had to take his place! Illidan maybe in his desperation? He consumed the skull of Gul'Dan becoming a demon, what's to say he wouldn't have became the lich king if Arthas weren't there first?Something to think about.
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