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10-10-2010 @ 2:03PM
Matthew, you forgot something that is relevant to Vashj's story and might confirm which of your theories was correct.The Cudgel of Kar'desh.If memory serves me, Skar'this is a Heretic of Neptulon. He was improsoned by Vashj for pointing out that she had done something to tick off Neptulon.You would think making a well of eternity on a different planet would be something that would count. So probably this is the likely goal of hers.
10-10-2010 @ 2:10PM
That's a good point to raise. Not all naga are on board with serving the Old Gods so willingly, some would rather serve Neptulon.
10-10-2010 @ 2:32PM
Perhaps more to the point, despite once serving the Old Gods, the Elemental Lords seem less on board these days. Neptulon and the Naga seem to be at odds (although that may be a squabble among lieutenants; Old Gods seem to like them some chaos; contrariwise, the Old Gods may have made the Naga as an eventual replacement for (unreliable) Neptulon's elementals) and Therazane is actually allying with the mortals in Deepholme, even after some of them killing her daughter (although that may not mean as much if similar infighting is common among her children/servants.)
10-10-2010 @ 3:41PM
Too bad this article was written by Anne.
10-10-2010 @ 5:23PM
oh sure, make fun of my inability to remember who does weekends while juggling a kid wrestling with and attempting to pack up the cat in a diaper box and a hungry 2 month old along with remembering a quest line 3 years ago.:P (The cat lost, btw, poor guy)
10-10-2010 @ 8:58PM
Actually Therazane has never been a malicious entity, although she has no trust for mortals(not after being enslaved by Deathwing and his Twilight Cultists), she is not the chaotic destructive entity that her brethren are.You just have to earn her trust, just as you did the Sons of Hodir, who also had no reason to trust mortals.
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