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10-17-2010 @ 12:08PM
Magni was turned to stone trying to save Ironforge from the cataclysm, is there any chance we'll un-petrify him at some point?
10-17-2010 @ 1:55PM
SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS BELOW||||VI think this was from the novel that's coming out about Cata, but apparently he was turned to diamond, not stone. And people are mourning his death. So whether or not he gets undiamond-ed, we dunno yet.
10-17-2010 @ 2:19PM
Well, If you want to get technical, Diamonds are a kind of stone, Gemstones to be precise.
10-17-2010 @ 2:18PM
Oh, and while we're at it, a second question:If the Elemental Lords are the top of the hierarchy of the elementals, does that mean that all the elementals answer to them? What about the Outland elementals? What about elementals in other worlds? Does each world have its own Elemental Plane, with it's respective Lords? or every world links to the same Elemental Plane?
10-17-2010 @ 9:58PM
As I understand it, Ragnaros and crew are only the head honchos of Azeroth's elements, and the elemental planes were prisons created by the Titans so they had somewhere to stuff those annoying troublemakers.There's not much evidence for Draenor being a Titan project the way Azeroth was, and there's little evidence that the Old Gods were active there, either, despite some relatively recent attempts to summon them. Without the Old Gods, you don't get the huge elemental wars, and without the Titans, you don't get them imprisoned as a way to ends those wars.I'd also gotten the impression that those big guys at the Throne of Elements were the (equivalent of) elemental lords of what was left of Draenor.
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