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12-29-2008 @ 9:29AM
I am curious into what a Old God actually looks like. A few Ask a Lore Nerds ago, you said that the C'Thun we killed wasn't whole, as is we just creamed his eye. Looking at C'Thun, his servants the Qiraj because it is said he created them in his image, and some crude picture on the walls in Ahn'Qiraj, I've drawn up a picture of what C'Thun is supposed to look like....he's not that pretty. On to our newest Old God, Yogg Sarron, he appears to be enslaving everything with wonderful whispers, but I am most interested that he is taking the same interest in Aqir as C'Thun is, as after the Nerubians are now mostly under his control. So truly Yogg Sarron should be exactly the same as C'Thun, but he must be much larger as he as taken over fulbogs in Grizzly Hills and Loken in Ulduar. Now, summarizing all this into one question, what does a Old God look like under the shadows and the tentacles?
12-29-2008 @ 10:06AM
You don't have enough sanity points to know the answer to that. Sorry.Or in the words of H.P. Lovecraft:"The thing was indescribable...."
12-29-2008 @ 11:01AM
Point for 'Call of Cthulu' reference. Point for H.P. Lovecraft quote. Well done, Sir! Well done.
12-29-2008 @ 12:37PM
Ursoc refers to Yogg-Saron as "The Beast with a Thousand Maws."I'd imagine since Yogg-Saron lies underneath "all of Northrend" that he's pretty fricken huge, and if we happen to face him in the Ulduar raid, it'd most likely just be a piece of him as with C'thun in AQ40
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