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5-12-2009 @ 6:42PM
A question regarding creation.We've recently learned that vrykul, humans, dwarves, gnomes and giants are basically all Titan creations, mostly starting out as "iron" constructs, and then succumbing to the Curse of Flesh to become, well, fleshy.But we already knew that there are other races with seemingly more natural creation myths: the trolls, elves and tauren to name the most significant, but also quilboar, wolvar, tuskarr etc. Trolls and elves may even have the same ancestor (the "nocturnal humanoids" that first encountered the Well of Eternity, a Titan creation as well). Most of these creatures seem to have some relation to the ancient animalistic spirits and/or Gods like Elune and the Earthmother. The question I have is basically on timelines. Did the Titans arrive on an Azeroth already inhabited by primitive creatures? Is there any relationship between the Titans and the ancient spirits (excepting Sargeras and his Legion)? What are statues/constellations of Night Elves and Tauren doing in the Antechamber of Ulduar?
5-12-2009 @ 8:44PM
From what I understand, yes the Titans mostly come to shape planets that are already inhabited by primitive species. I've read somewhere that Night Elves and Troll walked the face of Azeroth before it was shaped.
5-13-2009 @ 1:41AM
Uh, I thought humans were the mutated offspring of the Vrykul?
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