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9-19-2011 @ 9:30PM
"Countless ages ago, Warlord Zon'ozz and his soldiers waged endless war against the forces of C'Thun and Yogg-Saron."I personally found this to be the most interesting part of all. The Old Gods don't even like each other!
9-19-2011 @ 9:39PM
Exactly! That really caught my attention, and brought up a whole new perspective for the lore and tinfoil aspects.Also, Thrall has been officially been claimed aspect. I haven't read any book, but I thought only dragons could be aspects. Anyone can now beat the snot out of me for not knowing profoundly about this aspect of the story :P
9-19-2011 @ 9:44PM
It looks like a writing error to me. I think it should be "It is here that the remaining aspects -- Alexstrasza, Ysera, Nozdormu, Kalecgos -- and Thrall have gathered to empower the Dragon Soul -- Azeroth's last chance to stop the great behemoth."
9-19-2011 @ 9:48PM
In "Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects," Thrall fills in for the missing Black Dragon Aspect when the other four Aspects are combining their power, but it is stated - explicitly - that Thrall could never become an Aspect. He just happened to be close enough to the Earth as a shaman to fulfill that role in the moment.If anything it's likely that the black dragon prince (the one purified in the Badlands quest chain) that will be guiding rogues along their legendary dagger questline is the heir apparent for the title of Aspect once Deathwing is destroyed.
9-19-2011 @ 10:02PM
Ok, yeah, that's what I thought... being an interim Aspect. I instantly got why he would be covering for the Earth-Warden, just wanted to get stuff a little clear. Thanks for the clear up people ;)
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