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8-30-2009 @ 8:16PM
Well its probably what was speculated before Cataclysm announcement, Malfurion comes back in a fit of rage and makes thrall the new Guardian (lore nerds done kill me if i butchered that...) so he can fix the mess Deathwing made. it all seems to fit very snuggly with the rest of the hinted lore with thrall in the next expansion.
8-30-2009 @ 8:35PM
Yeah Malfurion has nothing to do with guardians whats so ever its more of a Kirin Tor thing.
8-31-2009 @ 12:27AM
The new Council of Tirisfal has NOTHING to do with the Kirin Tor actually >.> It was started by Jaina, Aegwynn and Med'an (as well as a few others) and they are looking for powerful magic users to be a part of it so whoever they choose as guardian will not be weakened if something happens to a particular kind of magic. (For those that don't know, Arcane magic was weakened while Maly was causing his problems which is what made them decide they also want users of Druidic magic, holy magic and so on instead of just arcane like the original council) As such wouldn't the most powerful druid ever be a perfect choice as a member =P Try to at least keep up on the lore if you're going to tell people they are wrong.
8-31-2009 @ 2:45AM
Excuse me where did you get this info from i havent heard of any of it from wow or any of the books last thing i know the Council of Tirisfal disbanded before even wc 1. On top of that i doubt Malfurion would be the one picking the next guardian, but the whole new council taking a vote or something like that..
8-31-2009 @ 6:10AM
Actually Thyrial is correct. You need to keep up on active lore. They said they were forming a new council of Tirisfal in the latest of the WoW comics. And as was mentioned they wanted users of Druidic and Holy magic as well to prevent the same issues as happened before. Again... check your lore before you start correcting others please.
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