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6-23-2011 @ 6:39PM
WIth regards to the worgen curse, it makes sense when you think about it."Curse" is a strong word to throw around; in this case it should be looked at purely as an "influence" and not strictly as a negative affect as it usually is. The fact is that, as stated, its roots lie with the Emerald Dream and the powers of an ancient and a holy entity. When someone either contracts the "worgen influence" or imbibes willingly, they are absorbing a power which, by all evidential lore, would be immune to undeath and therefore granting them some of the same resistance. When this person dies, they are still "under the influence."The Val'kyr, while effective in their own rights, are only fractionally as powerful as the Lich King; less so now that there's new management. It stands to reason that their power, diminished or not, would have little effect on a being imbued with an essence that is quite literally the polar opposite of undeath.
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