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8-28-2009 @ 1:38AM
Yeah, the Sargeras-Part is not a problem, although I don't think the Old Gods got anything to do with it.In War of the Ancients they speak of "the voices" and later establish the connection that the voices are the Old Gods, by stating that a) the Old Gods caused the ... rift in time, the anomaly (forgot the actual word they used)b) when Deathwing defied their whispers and wanted to get the Dragon Soul back, which went against their plan, "the voices" whispered "Away... Away...". Deathwing "[he] sensed their outrage that he would not obey them"."Under their outrage, however, Neltharion also noted growing anxiety, even fear. The voices, too, saw that he had almost reached the his [yeah, error there, written in the book] creation. Perhaps they unerstood that when it came back into his possession, he would punish them along with all the rest."page 295/296 (in my paperback)Also, on WoWWiki it is also stated that he was influenced by the Old Gods, due to being the Earth Warder, being so connected to the Earth in which they are imprisoned and so and I assume they got that from an official force. I believe part of that is even also mentioned in War of the Ancients.Personally, I don't think the Old Gods have any influence outside Azeroth.I'm sorry if my post sounded a bit hostile, I stand by what I said, maybe not by how I said it. I just know that, if I had a chance to meet the Blizzard guys, specifically Metzen (and apparently "his database" :D) I'd totally geek out and spend days before the meeting getting up-to-date on the Lore etc. and hopefully think of some really awesome quesion.Congratulations on that opportunity, I just wish you had asked something else. ;P Like the whole Thrall-(back then, before the announcement)-rumor or what's in store for Med'an, the "Savior of Azeroth" etc. But that's just my priorities.
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