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4-29-2011 @ 6:06AM
Malfurion is badass, Ragnaros invades his garden and tries to burn down his tree. He then not only kicks him and his minions out of his garden, but grows another tree in Ragnaros' house. That's pretty ballsy.I'm pretty interested in what the lore reasoning is behind the Druids of the Flame, or maybe they're just another bunch of angry guys.
4-29-2011 @ 7:37AM
It doesn't really make much sense for Fandral (whose insanity generally revolved around the Emerald Nightmare) to enter the service of Ragnaros, who is a whole different ball of crazy. I'm guessing the dragon taking him from Hyjal to Moonglade got intercepted by the Firelord's forces and he was brainwashed into service - when Fandral showed up in Hyjal he was pretty much out of it, it would be fairly easy to bend his mind. He probably thinks that Ragnaros is Valstann or something.As for the other Druids of the Flame, we're promised a quest chain explaining Druid of the Flame commander Layara's hatred for Malfurion. But I'm guessing they're mostly Hyjal druids who got captured and converted by Ragnaros' forces.
4-29-2011 @ 12:37PM
Different ball of crazy yes but the same game of crazy dodge ball. Ragnaros is working for Deathwing, Deathwing is working for the Old Gods. So...that being said the Emerald Nightmare is being caused, if I remember correctly, by an Old God or one of their servants. Considering that the people of Azeroth have banded together repeatedly to overthrow the Old Gods and their minions (AQ, Ulduar, Twilight Highlands, etc.) it wouldn't surprise me if they finally learned from their mistake and started working together. These things have had eons to plan after all.
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