Dec 3rd 2009 1:50PM Right, I came to this conclusion as well - what we've killed are just physical embodyments of a possibly more nebulous being. However, I don't think this explains why Yogg-Saron was imprisoned. If the "Old Gods" that we've killed are just "parts" of the actual beings, and we killed one of these manifestations of Yogg-Saron, why didn't the Titans?
Dec 2nd 2009 4:45PM Queue question:
We learned in Halls of Stone that the Old Gods were imprisoned by the Titans because killing them would have destroyed Azeroth. As such, it seems a bit problematic that us mortals are doing exactly that (i.e. C'Thun and Yoggy). If killing Yogg-Saron did no apparent harm to Azeroth, why did the Titans bother to imprison him?
Sep 16th 2009 6:02PM I'm in.
Sep 10th 2009 2:25PM Just as a side note, I happened to check the WoW census (http://www.warcraftrealms.com/census.php) just before the transfer service was released and the overall ratios for each faction were 40% horde, 60% alliance. According to the site now, it stands at 47% and 53%, respectively. Assuming the current Total Characters number is roughly the same, that 7% change (which is alliance to horde) is about 443,000 characters, which would be $13,290,000. Then considering those that went from horde to alliance, that figure would likely be close to that $17.1.
So yeah, just another way to reach the same conclusion I guess. :)
Jul 4th 2009 2:30PM I'm gonna have to go with good ol' fashioned Pops. Inexpensive, simple, genius.