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12-17-2009 @ 12:29PM
I don't know if you'll get this, but here's a shot.Deathwing was first introduced Warcraft 2: Beyond the Darkportal expansion. This was the first time players saw Draenor/Outland, and they were also introduced to Turalyon, Alleria, Khadgar, Danath Trollbane, Ner'zhul, Grom Hellscream, Kargath Bladefist, and Teron Gorfiend.During Warcraft 2, Alterac is actually run by Aiden Perenolde. He decides to help the Horde, and in the Alliance campaign this is discovered and you go in and lay down the law. During the expansion, Alterac helps out the Horde again, and it's after this that Perenolde is finally removed from the throne by the Alliance. The Prestor character, who is a visually perfect human male, was I believe first introduced in the Day of the Dragon novel. He claims to be from Alterac so that he has more claim to the throne there as he's winning over the hearts of the Alliance leaders. He did this to get a stronger foothold in Alliance politics for the ultimate purpose of weakening and destroying the Alliance. Fortunately, after Deathwing was defeated in Day of the Dragon, prestor disappears from the political arena and hasn't been seen since. The closest thing to a prestor to exist in game has been Lady Katrina Prestor, Onyxia, in Stormwind. She used the same tactics her father employed in politics: be extremely flawless in appearance and use subtle hypnotic spells to get what you want.All the details about link between the Demon Soul, Alexstraza, and the Dragonmaw were only hinted in the game and explored in the novels. All the details about Deathwing meddling in mortal politics is also in the novels. Just more info to help whoever is interested. :)
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