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11-24-2008 @ 4:13AM
In my opinion, Norzdomu is behind the Infinite Flight, but it's not that he's trying to change time in these disastrous ways. Or rather, the actual changing of the time isn't his goal, but rather the attempt.Norzdomu can see all of time. Therefore, he already knows that his Infinite Dragonflight fails to disrupt the timestreams. He knows that heroes will arrive with the assistance of the Keepers of Time to intervene. He knows that he will lose. But he also knows that he's supposed to lose.I tend to agree with the theory that the person who kills Norzdomu is you (or me, or whoever). Norzdomu knows this, and he's doing the things which are required of him in order to orchestrate his own death (not to mention all the other things you accomplish, such as killing Illidan, banishing Kil'jaeden and defeating the Lich King and Yogg-Saron in some manner). The most important thing to remember about Norzdomu is that he knows how all this is going to end. The way I see it, it is impossible to change time because he knows how it will come out. Everything that is happening now is happening because it was written. Even if some timestream did get disrupted, it was *supposed to get disrupted, and the resulting effects are the intended course of time.
11-24-2008 @ 2:00PM
If however he is corrupted then he's not using his entire faculities. This means, he MIGHT not know how it will end if all he sees are distorted images in his mad skull. This is provided he is corrupted or has gone insane. For all we know he doesn't know anymore because he's following his own train of thought on how the world should be. If that's the case, and he's gone rogue, chaos is indeed what will follow. If he is sane, then I’m not exactly sure what his motivation is unless he consciously wants death.
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