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8-08-2011 @ 4:31AM
A few things caught my attention on this one.First, just because there will be pandas doesn't immediately mean they're friendly, does it? Even if Wrath was named "The Mists of Northrend", you wouldn't just up and yell: 'Heck yeah, I'mma be able to play Scourge!' (now, with Death Knights there was a tad bit of that, but what I'm getting at is that with the world broken, and the Old Gods on a corruption spree, there's no guarantee at this time).Second, just wondering if Zul'Aman and Zul'Gurub were merely setbacks at all. All we can say for certain is that the Gurubashi succeeded in resurrecting Hakkar, and the Amani were making sacrifices to "strengthen our tie to the spirit world". What if they both succeeded in what the Zandalari wanted them to do, namely ress Hakkar and gather offerings to bring him to full strength? What if we've played right into their hand by freeing Hakkar to defeat Jin'do?There's also a possibility that the one after Sargeras' body and whatever artifacts other than the Eye is Azshara and not the Old Gods per se. If memory serves, the reason why Neptulon was dragged into the whole mess he's in right now is because he possesses an artifact that can manipulate the seas or somesuch. There's still a good year of Cataclysm left, so we can still foil whatever plans the naga might harbor for that one, forcing Azshara to seek alternative methods to carry out the will of the Old Gods.Just a few things I wanted to point out and connect a few dots with the Azshara conjecture. Of course, it's meaningless since the ones deciding what to go with are the good folks at Blizzard, and not wow.com bloggers or commentators. But since this is the kind of theorycrafting I happen to enjoy, I figured I'd comment 'bout it here anyway.
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