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1-06-2010 @ 11:48AM
That's odd.I remember somewhere on that same site stating that the Tauren SAW the Titans come to azeorth, along with the Trolls and presumably the Goblins. And oddly enough, yet ANOTHER article says that they were "awakened" DURING the creation of the world."The tauren race is presumed to be as old as the night elves since both races are said to have awoken during the creation of the world. "http://www.wowwiki.com/TitansAccording to some statues scattered around Uldaman, the original five races of the world were trolls, earthen, tauren, mountain giants, and sea giants. The giants and the earthen were direct creations of the titans, to aid them in shaping Azeroth. The trolls and tauren, it would seem, were the first races to evolve, or else the first creations of the titans not charged with assisting or defending Azeroth.That is kinda bizzare.Either way, the Trolls knew of the Titans long before the Dwarves came to existance, as they named them the Great Travelers (or something to that extent), which showed that they knew of the Titans. It's hard to tell if the Titans created them or not (I'm guessing not, the Trolls and Tauren seem to be unlike the Titans in every way, unlike the Earthen, Vykrul, Humans etc which all share an appearance with them. I can't find the article that claimed in Tauren history they saw the Titans come to the planet, but I know it's there somewhere.But if nothing else it seems the history of the non titan races beyond 16,000 years ago is fuzzy.
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