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1-18-2009 @ 7:12PM
I have a question about Nozdormu, more or less a statement. Don’t you find it odd that during the mystery of the infinite quest that Nozdormu is revealed when the infinite leader was supposed to be? Also, why would he give chromie the means to make a time redux which almost caused us to cease to exist? It just seems like he is using his powers to alter the timeline more than protect it, which makes me believe he is affiliated with the infinite dragon flight.Also, could it be possible all of WoW's COTS were not supposed to happen the way that they did and Nozdormu is altering the timeline to prevent/cause an event to happen?p.s. sorry i know dragons were already a topic...and if i'm way off here.
1-18-2009 @ 7:37PM
Well there are rumors that your belf orphan does actally kill Nozdormu and it also says that he knows exactly when and how he is going to die.
1-18-2009 @ 7:41PM
What we do know about Nozdormu allows us to speculate on the meaning of this information.We know that when he was empowered with his powers over time by the Titans they showed him his own death so that he would know that even he and his control of time was not all powerful.We also know that Nozy' has been missing for quite a while (according to Chromie).This could mean that Nozdormu doesn't want to die and created the Infinite Dragonflight to change history and thus prevent the events that led to his demise.Or the Infinite Dragonflight are somehow part of how he will die and Nozdormu created them so that his inevitable death would come to pass so that time itself would not get screwed up.Perhaps we've only seen a small part of the Infinite Dragonflight's attacks and Nozdormu is busy dealing with most of them.The Infinite Dragonflight could even have been created for the sole purpose of giving random adventurers something to do.Who knows?
1-19-2009 @ 1:09AM
The common theory is that Nozdormu, being the only living being to know the time, place, and manner of his own death is trying to prevent that. Perhaps it is closer than we think, and that's why the activity of the infinite flight is spilling over into our world more and more.My theory expands on that.So far the events the infinite flight has targeted seem to have little to connect them. Thrall's escape, the opening of the Dark Portal, and the culling of Stratholme. The one common thread, though, is you, the player. Not only are these events key moments in history that led to the horde becoming the new horde, and the reformation of the alliance to its present form, if any one of them were to be stopped it could be argued that you, the player would never exist.This would seem to suggest that we're going to be the ones to off him.
1-19-2009 @ 1:29AM
It's been pretty well established that he's the lead of the infinite dragonflight.When the titans gave the dragon aspects their powers, they gave the master of time something he couldn't resist.He went forward and saw how he dies.So now he's doing 1 of 2 things...1: He's trying to stop you.Mount hyjal fails, you never get to become a cool hero, he can deal with how bad that is somehow.Dark Portal never opened, whatever event led to you being important (like an entire war setting it up) is gone.Thrall doesn't lead the Horde, same as above.In this scenario, he's a selfish being trying to cheat fate. He's also probably really scared of you (and your orphan.)2: He's setting up his demise.You won't see that he has to die unless you know that he needs killing. And how can you manage to kill him unless you've been forged in trials designed to make you better?In this scenario, he knows you need a push to kill him and he's making sure you do it, because, well, you do.I still think the orphans from kids week will have something to do with it.
1-19-2009 @ 2:40AM
Well the theory is that Nozdormu is going to go all Malygos on us trying to prevent his own death, which we know the Titans showed him to prevent him from getting all cocky about his power over the timeline. Theoretically they actually caused more trouble for themselves by doing this because now Nozdormu's concocting elaborate schemes (such as the Infinites) to save his own life (possibly).
1-20-2009 @ 4:17AM
The answer is easy: He's trying to prevent his death. When the dragons as we know them, and the Aspects, were created, they were some of the biggest baddies in the world, except they aren't evil, they're guardians. Most of them have no clue what a dragon's lifespan would be, let alone an Aspect's lifespan which can be potentially forever. Thus far, Malygos is the only one who has died, and most of his brood was wiped out, and he was driven insane. So they are "mortal", they can be driven insane, they can fear things, and yes, they can die.Since Nozdormu was given power over time itself, one of the things done by the titans, or rather, a titan, I forget who, was show him his death, and the circumstances surrounding it, and tell him that it was inescapable, nothing could prevent his death from happening then and there. Apparently, this event leading to his death is approaching, since he's been working as leader of two dragon broods, attempting to alter the timeline to prevent his death.I still say it's going to be wildly ironic if the death he was shown was 25 of us killing him.
1-28-2009 @ 3:29PM
hey could be trying to stop his own death.
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