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2-17-2009 @ 3:45PM
So if Yogg-saron is in Ulduar and saronite is its blood does that mean that C’Thun is imprisoned in Uldum and thorium is his blood?Make’s me wonder what was in Uldaman and what did its blood turn into. Along these lines, there’s thorium in Winterspring, is there a bleeding old god somewhere in there?Just thinking out loud and sorry if I'm regurgitating common knowledge.
2-17-2009 @ 4:35PM
I don't think there's any reason to think thorium is the blood of an old god, but the titan bases are indeed close to where old gods were buried.Uldum - C'thunUldaman - RagnarosUlduar - Yogg-Saron
2-17-2009 @ 4:53PM
Last time I check Ragnaros ain't an Old God... Nor as close proximity as Yogg and C'thun are to there Titan cities
2-17-2009 @ 5:36PM
thorium is an element, as in it is not a fictional metal... so its highly doubtfull thet the same applies to thorium as it does to saronite
2-17-2009 @ 7:27PM
When you're dealing with a fantasy world, real world science doesn't always apply. A stag and an eyeball got it on to make Cenarius and we're all ok with that, but Thorium can't be C'Thun blood. That's just crazy talk :)To me it makes an interesting idea. All of the common metals of Azeroth are remnents/excretions/droppings of old gods and rare ore nodes are blood shed from titans while fighting them. You got saronite from Yogg-Saron who's in Ulduar which makes thorium from C'Thun who's in Uldum not too far fetched. I bet during the War of the Ancients Yig, Nug and Yeb were secretly sneaking up to the Well of Eternity and blammo!!! The sundering sends pieces of them all over Azeroth thus supplying the world with copper, tin and iron.Just a thought.
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