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11-07-2011 @ 12:00AM
Amazing, but you're ignoring something entirely...On the outlands, the Naaru, traveling from who knows what restaurant at the end of the universe had a prison ship with a very dangerous entity that was a servant of the Old Gods.Better yet, one of the things he says: "We span the universe, as countless as the stars!" Now, on that subject, there's the "ancient and powerful evil" being summoned by the Dark Conclave on Shadowmoon. The devs said about it:"There are more Old Gods than just the ones trapped on Azeroth."Now, back to Azeroth, the book "Thrall: The Twilight of the Aspects" states that N'Zoth waged an eternal war against the forces of C'Thun and Yogg-Saron with their Faceless ones...Why would they fight each other? Because they are beings of chaos, not peace and happiness... They just want destruction...But most importantly, a quote from Algalon the Observer:"It is in the universe's best interest to re-originate this planet should my analysis find systemic corruption."Why is that? Because if they say the Old Gods arrived on Azeroth, they probably came from somewhere else and once they were done with Azeroth, they'd go to the net planet...Now this could mean that your theory is right and the Old Gods are trying to destroy the prison and Algaron said that because it would be bad if the chaotic creature escaped but the again Algaron himself did not return to wherever he came from...According to the devs, "Algalon is currently monitoring the activities of the mortal races of Azeroth. His outlook on life and the titans' plans has been called into question, so he seeks to understand what makes Azeroth so different from the countless worlds he has observed before."After Algaron is defeated he questions the Titans way of working and destroying things when they go wrong, even if it's the last resort...Then on the Special Comics #1 he is seen watching the races of Azeroth.Maybe your theory is right though but yeah, I think those are some important points to consider...
11-07-2011 @ 12:38AM
I think Algalon is not aware of the special nature of azeroth. I think he just came lollygagging along like it was any other planet, then a bunch of heroes were like "No way dude" and then Algalon was like "whoa nelly, this place is a bit different than the other parking lots i just re-paved" so now he's doing a bit more watching and a bit less genociding and re-birthing everything.
11-07-2011 @ 3:15AM
"Now, back to Azeroth, the book "Thrall: The Twilight of the Aspects" states that N'Zoth waged an eternal war against the forces of C'Thun and Yogg-Saron with their Faceless ones..."That's actually from the new entries in the 4.3 Dungeon Journal, not the novel.Though it's been heavily implied that N'Zoth is not just the mastermind behind the Emerald Nightmare, but also the creation of the naga and the corruption of Deathwing. Perhaps even the initial whisperings of madness that Illidan experienced.Its presumed location in the Rift of Aln makes it by far the most likely candidate.
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