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3-22-2010 @ 4:31PM
"Uh, yeah, well, whenever you notice something like that... a wizard did it."
3-22-2010 @ 4:37PM
Oh, Lucy. You're so Lawless..
3-22-2010 @ 8:13PM
Actually, when I find inconsistencies in the lore I attribute it to unreliable narrator, propaganda machine or simple misinformation. Think about it, if the Titans created the world first, and later the Old Gods took over, if i was C'thun, i would simply tell my subjects that I was their almighty creator, for added leverage. If the Eredar were really an original race of evil omnicidial maniacs, if i was the Velen, i would do everything everything in my power to cover our dark past. My point being that there is always room for interpretation.
3-22-2010 @ 10:13PM
But I thought Azeroth already existed, then the Titans kinda stumbled into it, didn't like what they saw, reshaped the planet and imprisoned the Old "gods", created the Dragonflights to watch over it, and wandered off into the multiverse.Two different accounts from different historians, that's all.Off topic, why is the Draenei in the picture red? The corrupted Eredar are red from demonic taint, but no player models I've seen are red and no Eredar I've seen use that model. Was that a BC beta model, or...?
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