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7-09-2010 @ 7:29PM
I remember someone's theory - they had a whole page about it - that there would be five Old Gods in Azeroth, and their locations would roughly form a star. So there's Yogg-Saron in Northrend, Soggoth in Ashenvale, C'thun in Silithus, and now another Old God in Hyjal. Has there been any word of Old God activity in Stranglethorn? Because if so, it looks like someone's mad theory could be right...
7-09-2010 @ 7:36PM
That was actually my mad theory! And it was disproved with the release of the Stormrage novel, sadly. But I enjoyed puzzling it out regardless!
7-09-2010 @ 8:02PM
I read that Anne was hoping you'd come back to your blog site but at least I get to see your writing in the Lore articles. I was actually going to tell MusedMoose it was you!
7-09-2010 @ 8:56PM
I thought the theory worked out to be Northend (Yogg-Saron), Darkshore (Soggoth), Silithus (C'Thun), and then Stranglethorn Vale or Karazhan, and then Tirisfal Glades (the area to the west of the playable land) or Twilight Highlands.Makes sense it would be Twilight Highlands as in the new maps for Cata, the area west of Tirisfal Glades is now filled in with mountains. :(
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