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5-22-2011 @ 9:44PM
its nice to hear about the places beyond azeroth, because there is a good chance we could end up in these places if we ever get to an xpac where no one is invading us/crawls out of the woodwork, which seems semi-likely since we are running low on azeroth based villains.draenei must have the capability to live multiple thousands of years easily, because there are many who speak of argus. velen could easily be ancient, well over 25000, because other draenei that survived look no different from others (though that could just be for lack of models beyond player) and he's got a beard down to his knees, as well as having been an elder when sargeras came. idk how long elf society has been around, but the fact that eredar were among the legion in the first assault on azeroth means they could easily be the longest lived mortal race.
5-22-2011 @ 10:27PM
edit: so they are considered immortal? i guess that would be easy to believe seeing their stated lifespan, but i like to think that until confirmed immortal or not, everything has some kind of lifespan. while im correcting i'll ask a question.what is supposed to be the age range of the pre-immortal/no longer immortal elves? your draenei article on lifespan said that the corruption of the eredar happened 10000+ years before night elves evolved. i know they didn't live for 10000 years without the aid of the world tree, but it seems unlikely a race that could live several hundred years would have no idea how they evolved, since even humans in warcraft have found their ancient roots.
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