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12-29-2008 @ 9:43AM
Are there any books or quests in game that go more in depth about the dragonflights that weren't empowered by the titans?
12-29-2008 @ 6:57PM
What other dragonflights would those be? As far as all evidence indicates, there are only the five dragonflights: blue, green, red, bronze, and black. The only other dragon types are hybrids or mutations of those flights, such as the Infinite, Twilight, Nether, and Chromatic, most of which are based off of the Black dragonflight.
12-30-2008 @ 12:38AM
Whenever I read about the 5 dragonflights being empowered by the Titans it says that the Titans picked them because they were the strongest dragonflights at the time"Of all the dragonflights, five of them held dominion over their brethren."http://www.wowwiki.com/Nozdormu#The_Ordering_of_AzerothThis implies that there were other, weaker dragonflights who didn't get a member of their flight turned into an aspect, and I wanted to know if theres anything else out there that talks about these flights.
12-31-2008 @ 5:25PM
That's odd. If there are, or rather, were other dragonflights, they've never again been mentioned. Perhaps they went extinct?
1-08-2009 @ 7:32PM
The idea of other dragonflights probably just hasn't been developed that much. Considering how much WOW borrows from Dungeons and Dragons, I imagine theres a whole slew of dragons we've never heard about. If I remember right, in D&D you basically had chromatic dragons (red, blue, green, etc) and metallic dragons (silver, gold, bronze, etc.) so I imagine there is a lot of lore that the people over at WOW could come up with to explore regarding dragons just by looking at a lot of the source material that inspired it in the first place.
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