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6-05-2011 @ 4:56PM
The powers of the Netherwing and Twilight Dragonflights seem to be fairly ill-defined in universe, though I maybe just haven't read the right books or quests. The Twilight Realm seems to be really different though, than the Twisting Nether, from what we've seen of it (I'm thinking Valiona and Theralion here). putting on the tinfoil hat myself, what if they used the Netherwing energies just to sort of enable the transition to the Twilight Realm? less the fact the they're associated with the Twisting Nether, and more the fact that they are less substantial? Maybe it's just because everything seems to be named Twilight, but what if the Twilight Realm is an Old God version of the Emerald Dream? It doesn't seem to be a very hospitable place to us mortals, but the enemy seems well in tune with it. Side Note: I think I've heard it referenced that the Titans travelled mostly through the Great Dark Beyond to reach different planets. The Naaru seem to use the Twisting Nether or some other plane, given that Tempest Keep and Mount Oshu'gun are considered as dimensional fortresses. Has there been anything about how the Old Gods travelled? or if they needed to at all?
6-05-2011 @ 6:01PM
Very good question. Especially since it has been hinted that there are other Old Gods on other worlds (http://www.wowpedia.org/Old_gods#Number).
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