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7-30-2009 @ 1:36PM
What we all forget is. . .Loken is under the control of Yogg-Saron. ALGALON is the OBSERVER. He isn't aligned with Loken. Loken can't "die and summon" Algalon, Algalon is here to say if Azeroth is a lost cause or not. Essentially, it'd never come down to Algalon VS Malygos, because Algalon isn't going to help the corrupted Guardian.And, just the fact that Algalon is Titan-aligned and Malygos is a Titan's lapdog is just enough to say, Malygos is smarter than to pick a fight with the Titans.
7-30-2009 @ 2:17PM
Like what Adamant said, Algalon wouldn't be facing off against Malygos. Due to Loken being under Yogg-Saron's control it'd most likely be Malygos vs. Yogg-Saron at best.
7-30-2009 @ 2:22PM
Supposing Eregos or Malygos do manage to kill Loken, and Algalon arrives, he's not by definition going to fight them. He could certainly wipe the floor with either of them, for the record, but he's more likely to just ... observe. He's gonna look at the fact that one of the guardians of the world has gone renegade and killed another guardian who is actually under under the control of one of the evils the Titans locked away so Azeroth would be a viable world. Plus to which you've got the Scourge warring for global control, the Burning Legion still has a presence, and for all we know the Titans wouldn't exactly be happy about us being quite so powerful as we've gotten. I think after Algalon gets done taking stock of Azeroth, he's gonna home and say, "this place is pretty messed up, just blow the planet up and have done."
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