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12-02-2011 @ 4:02PM
So 2 sentences stuck out to me the first time I read through this. "The blood of the Old Gods does not answer to your whims, for they are not of this world. Only the chosen hold true sway over it."So do you think this helps answer the question if the old gods were on Azeroth from the start or if they showed up and took over for some of the same reasons that the titans are so interested in Azeroth?
12-02-2011 @ 4:41PM
Yeah, that moment was a pretty exciting lore development in my opinion. Not only a seeming confirmation of their other-worldliness, but this mention of "the chosen" is fairly intriguing to me. Does that apply to even low ranking members of the Twilight's Hammer or only super-powers like DW? If the latter, then it seems to imply there are more beings in a position similar to DW. Azshara? Others? No one?
12-02-2011 @ 10:38PM
I think all those brainwashed by the OGs see themselves as special and chosen. I think it is what is so interesting about the Twilight Cult.
12-03-2011 @ 8:18AM
3 possibilities:1. Old gods are alien and truly "not of this world" (ie not from azeroth).2. Deathwing is lying.3. Deathwing is telling the truth, but the old gods are lying to him.When it comes to old gods, lies seem to be the norm, so count me in for 2 and/or 3 on this list."So do you think this helps answer the question if the old gods were on Azeroth from the start or if they showed up and took over for some of the same reasons that the titans are so interested in Azeroth?"Basically I think this helps answer that question about as much as throwing mud helps clean a muddy windshield.
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