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6-29-2011 @ 1:15PM
Long ago, Eredar explorers still untainted by any contact with The Legion, discovered the travel potential of Draenor's dimension-warping crystals, and built the first Dimension Ships. Small by comparison to later examples, they carried teams of Eredar to various places in search of knowledge or resources.The entry of the scoutship T'Schuhaalu into Azerothian space had an unintended and terrible side-effect on the unamed ur-Titan whose body literally formed the planet: the dimensional hole through which the explorers arrived warped the local space so much that the Great Being's eyes were literally pulled out of Her head, and set orbiting the planet. Unaware of the pain they'd caused, the T'Schuhaalu landed on a grassy plain and begin to deploy its team.The team became abruptly aware, however, when the Great Being, now royally pissed, smote the visitors' ship into a billion pieces and scattered the remnants across the whole of Azeroth. To the visitors, She spoke, informing them of Her displeasure, and "welcoming" them to a nice long visit on Azeroth. Then to make sure the squid-faces got the point, she covered them in fur, bent the backs of the males, stole the /waggle from the females for Her own purposes, and make some kind of sneering remark about how dumb their ship's name was: "shoo-ha-low, or something".Which explains why the Draenei and the Tauren, enemies though they are, are still secretly suspicious that both of them having similar body mechanics means *something* they'd rather not think about.
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