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12-03-2011 @ 8:42AM
Yeah I'm not seeing that at all in there, I just see Noz giving himself the determination of being proactive against the infinites, and his future self, even if it will damn him to that fate. Fortunately for Noz, heroes on Azeroth that act in a selfless manner are usually rewarded (like thrall, malfurion), and those that act out of selfishness or revenge end up as supremely evil beings (illidan, arthas).I didn't any of the novels so I'm not sure how much story Noz has had. If anything, I would say the end time 5man has more clues as to what the future has in store for nozdormu.
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