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8-28-2009 @ 11:12AM
I meant, his possessing Medivh was his ... sub-goal, on his way to achieve his bigger goal of destroying Azeroth. He was already in the best possible position to do that, at that time, controlling the body that was equipped with the powers of the Guardian, you can't really get much stronger than that, other than possessing an Aspect or an Old God for example. Why would he go back to Step 1, possess Med'an and do the whole thing all over again?I mentioned Khadgar seeing him upon killing Medivh to convey that, at this time, Sargeras was still present in Medivh, and had not already "left" to implant himself into the child. So he was still there, and not in Med'an, unless he can be in two persons at the same time. Or split himself, which again, I don't think he had any reason to.That he has not been seen since simply means that he's - rather this portion of his power, that he used in his Avatar form - is gone, imo. Although he seemed to have been defeated rather easily. (dot dot dot)Yeah, it may be a basic truth, but it has been overdone in Warcraft/WoW. It ought to have some significance when that happens.If you go "oh snap, another one that has been corrupted and is the new, new, new main villain, well, guess we gotta kill him now. Damn, just got back from killing three of those guys that have also been corrupted." there's definitely something wrong.
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