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11-13-2011 @ 5:07PM
If Azshara is all about perfection, I wonder whether she felt more perfect being transformed into a half-fish, serpent-like humanoid, or whether she merely practiced pragmatism and has been trying to return to her former Kaldorei beauty, and even more. Imagine Azshara returns to the surface of Azeroth, with her all mighty magic, transforming herself into a brand new humanoid form far better-than-nelf or belf. She has lost Vashj, but will gain the loyalty of a Windrunner sister, Sylvanas, who has been desperately seeking a new destiny for herself. With the hope to a real life after undeath, the Forsakens will devote themselves to their one true Queen, Azshara, with Sylvanas's leadership, or otherwise.
11-13-2011 @ 7:21PM
In almost all fantasy where someone is this level of vain, her transformation was caused by the will of the cosmos herself, blessing her with this new form. Especially given all the other Highborne were likewise transformed, she is still the most perfect. Now that said, if she ever returns to land for an extended stay (like, to take over the world), then chances are she will then be powerful enough to transform herself to something that is a cross between naga and night elf, much like old mermaid tales where on land, mermaids to gain legs while retaining their beauty.And no, Azshara would never join with Sylvanas. Maybe in the past before she fully realized that she is immortal, but not now. That decay and probable smell associated with being undead? No. Not in her perfect world.
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