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11-06-2011 @ 9:22PM
Very cool article and it did blow my mind as promised!The idea of the planet itself being the prison for the worst Old God imaginable is awesome and terrible. It also makes a lot of sense regarding why so many beings that are in power tend to go mad and create chaos.I like the idea of the Pandaren being the key to maybe understanding this and bringing the Alliance and Horde together. It is also interesting that Azeroth might be the center of all evil and darkness. Velen keeps mentioning that giant war between the Light and the Dark. The Draenei might have crashed onto Azeroth for a very specific reason. If anything can fight that Darkness, I would expect it to be the Naaru and the people they have claimed.What if all the events that led them to Azeroth were parts of a very long ranged plan. Each planet hop that brought them closer until they finally met other people who could join them as allies. The Orcs were agents of the Burning Legion at first, but now they are also citizens of Azeroth. The Naaru primarily hang out with the Draenei, but they can be found in other places caring for the other races on the planet. An earlier TFH explored what if Elune is a Naaru. They could be hidden in a lot more places than we know. It could be argued that every sentient race on the planet now has just as strong capacity to fight for the Light as the Dark.Perhaps the agents for Light in the Universe have slowly been gathering around the Darkest part (Azeroth) in preparation for this battle. They have been cultivating agents (us) to work in their behalf. The Darkness has also been cultivating agents for the same reasons.Learning about the Sha could be a lesson for the people of Azeroth or a warning of what is to come. I think we are seeing the beginnings of that prophesied war.
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