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8-12-2010 @ 12:53AM
A very cool read. Although this might not gel with the idea that Yogg-Saron (and the Old Gods as a whole) are first and foremost concerned with their self-preservation, I think you could look at Yogg-Saron's machinations another way: perhaps he was taking one for the team. Assuming Yogg-Saron is truly dead (admittedly, a rather large if, particularly given Blizzard's love of set-backs), it could be that it allowed itself to be killed for the reasons laid out above: to have the mortal races take down Algalon, potentially forever protecting Azeroth from "planetary reorigination."Yogg-Saron may have exposed itself to mortal danger to give his fellow Old Gods free reign to take over Azeroth without fear of Titanic reprisal.
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