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12-28-2011 @ 2:01PM
"He was the villain all expansion long"you lost me at that sentence. Deathwing was a pawn and nothing more. He was not the villian no more then chogal was the villian of the expansion. The villian of the expansion was the old gods that drove deathwing to madness to serve their purpose. N'zoth was the mastermind of expansion. The twilight cult even, chogal, served the ol gods. deathwing was the strongest servent to the old gods but none the less still a servent. Even if you read the short story about aspects you clearly see the old gods aiding deathwing when thrall engaged him.The old gods convinced deathwing to turn on his creator, the titans. Shatter azeroth, thus freeing the remaining old gods from their binds so their influance is much stronger. (just go to darkshore, or stonelaton or other parts in world if you want to see them. Deathwing may have failed to hasten azersoths demise. But the old gods still got their wish regardless. They are stronger then ever and the world is still shattered, giving them foothold into the world from their prisons. To say the villain is defeated is way off. The problem isn't dealt with at all. Just postponed. There are also the raminfications of defeating 2 of the elemental lords to deal with, and a 3rd being taken by the naga.This was an expansion about a war with the old gods, and the old gods won. If anything we did them a favor eliminating deathwing. His madness drove him to try and destroy the world completely and i don't even think the old gods want that, they just want the world consumed in darkness, not obliterated by the final cataclysm.
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