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2-07-2011 @ 3:23PM
You all just got me thinking. I think it is fair to speculate that Deathwing probably still has some element of control or domination over the ground and over the Earth, given that he was (and still is) the Aspect of Earth.-Well, what gaggle of very angry and chaotic beings do we know who are (more or less) trapped inside the Earth? The same gaggle of very angry beings that gave Deathwing his newfound abilities.-I've noticed that Deathwing never really seemed like he had a coherent plan, possibly poor story telling and game mechanics aside, he doesn't really seem to have any method to his madness, he just runs around flame-breathing things at will. Why didn't he just destroy Stormwind when he landed there? Why would he be interested in a device that would wipe out all life? Why are Orgrimmar, Ironforge, or Darnassus untouched? Look what he did to the Badlands or Auberdine, why don't we see that kind of destruction *everywhere*?I think the Old Gods simply drove Deathwing insane, buffed him up, and let him loose like a mad dog. Perhaps the mortal kingdoms would be in dissoray for a while, but the Old Gods knew eventually they'd regain their footing and come after Deathwing, for we haven't really seen an enemy that the mortal races have yet to overcome. They've defeated (at least parts of) two Old Gods, a creation of the Burning Legion and the Legion itself at this point, why would the Old Gods assume Deathwing would be any different? Perhaps the Old Gods are fulling intending on Deathwing getting destroyed, and with no one to rule/control/manage the earth, they will have a perfect opportunity to "break free" into a world still trying to overcome the damage that Deathwing caused.
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