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11-02-2011 @ 4:01PM
If a future WoW expansion does not involve a four-way superfight between the combined forces of the alliance and horde, the burning legion, the old gods, and the titans, I will be dissapoint.I sometimes muse on the possibility of the legion and old gods joining forces, due to both of them not getting along with the titans. It could also give players so kooky reason to go back to outland and northrend, giving those two places the "cata" trearment. Although, I think cata-azeroth should have a post-cata revamp. You know, it'd be a little weird if everything remained on fire.
11-02-2011 @ 4:38PM
Probably going to stay the way it is now indefinitely. Lot like it was before Cataclysm, you had oldworld, then outland, then northrend, and the timeline advanced as you went through them. Almost certainly it will stay like that now. Oldworld will forever be "just after the Cataclysm", and if they update Outland and Northrend then they'll be later in the timeline and deal with post-cataclysm stuff.Although with how little time WoW has left (I honestly don't see Blizzard trying to keep two MMO's going at the same time), it may simply not last long enough for them to ever get back around to updating Outland and Northrend.
11-02-2011 @ 9:56PM
I don't believe the legion and the old gods would ever join forces, the legion wants to destroy everything that the titans mad their reason for hating Azeroth is because its the only place so far that has been able to stop them from fully destroying it. The old gods do not want to destroy Azeroth they just want the it back to the way it used to be IE no other beings but them and the elements causing chaos throughout the land. So they have two totally different viewpoints so they will never team up.
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