To save people from generating elaborate conspiracy theories, we'll be serious for a moment and say, definitively, no. The ghosts of Uther and Terenas understood that the Scourge would run rampant without someone to keep them in check. Yes, that does also mean that Arthas and Ner'zhul were not unleashing the full force of the Scourge during their respective reigns: you are welcome to speculate on the reasons for that.Easy, Ner'zhul never wanted to destroy all life and create world of undead. As a shaman he had (and maybe still have) power of true visioning and all those steps he has done were to "help" against Burning Legion and others (without Illidan absorbing The Skull of Gul'dan, he would never have defeated Tichondrius. Illidan then "saved" outland from Magtheridon, Grom killed Mannoroth thus weakening Legion ... also summoning Archimonde was plan to kill him ... without Legion's invasion, Malfurion would not be awakened and as he killed Archimonde, Ner'zhul has weakened Legion again. Also without Sylvanas turning into Forsaken there would be 2 less races against Deathwing. Without her, Godfrey would kill Greymane thus seizing Gilneas for himself so no Forsaken to join Horde and no Worgen for Alliance. Also one interesting thought ... as Medivh also possess some power to foresee things, probably not as much as Ner'zhul ... so why he have ordered Arthas to travel west? By doing so there would not be Illidan,Grom and Malfurion killing strongest Legion members so not weakened Legion ... and since Medivh was possessed by Sargeras himself I dont think he is a trustworthy person.) But Ner'zhul's ultimate plan was to gain possession of Bolvar.Part of his plan was to let Arthas to think that he has full control of "Lich King" power and that there is only one king, him.That dream with Arthas killing him was all his doing.As Bolvar is the only one who was able to resist corruption, he is Nerzhul's key to redemption from demonic influence (Helm of Domination)In other words it was all "part of the plan" many were sacrificed for his redemption and greater good.
I still want them to explain where the draconian races(the two-legged and four-legged varieties)come from.It was already explained
I still want them to explain where the draconian races(the two-legged and four-legged varieties)come from.It was already explainedNot really; the Dragonkin have been explained(the four leggers) but never the Draknoids(the two leggers): Dragonkin are created servants of the Flights, meant to do jobs that the Dragons in mortal form can't, or the actual Dragon form is just too big to do. Why they would need big burly bodyguard types though, is a mystery.
Q: Why do blood elves still have green eyes?A: Corruption from fel energies takes a long time to wear off. It's why most orcs are still green even though Mannoroth is dead.Now this got me curious. Weren't the orcs RED while Mannoroth was controlling them? Isn't green the orcs natural color?
Q: Why do blood elves still have green eyes?A: Corruption from fel energies takes a long time to wear off. It's why most orcs are still green even though Mannoroth is dead.Now this got me curious. Weren't the orcs RED while Mannoroth was controlling them? Isn't green the orcs natural color?No, the natural color of an orc is brown (like the maghar in nagrand and a small outpost in hellfire), the demonic corruption turns them green, full on bloodlust from current contact with demon blood would be the red.
Does anyone have the 5th issue of the magazine? I would love to see what Blizzard has allegedly said about the relation between Trolls and Night Elves in the article!
What do you think about my theory above?
>Silithids pour from Well of Eternity.>C'thun creates qiraji from these silithids.>Aqir means silithids, qiraji and nerubians together.>Aqir existed before titans' arrival, but Well of Eternity did not.Am I right?
Well of Eternity was there even before Titans ... its source of magic/life of Azeroth
No, titans put Well of Eternity on Azeroth. I actually theorise it was the thing holding Old Gods from waking up.
Probably retcons because The WarCraft III manual, and other sources, imply that the Titans carefully placed the Well, but the War of the Ancients Trilogy implies that the Old Gods were able to harness it so we can't be sure.And why do you think its the thing that was holding them ?Sargeras want power of The Well so if he is able to draw/use it, why not Old Gods?
The Well was suppose to have been put there by the Titans while they were forging Azeroth. The Well is the reason the Night Elves have their magic; and the Night Elves are the reason the Legion found the planet with their experiments with the magic in the Well. The Old Gods were imprisoned around the world, but Three of them manipulated Deathwing into creating the Demon Soul with the intent of using it to break free of their Prisons and have the power magnified by the Well of the Eternity.
I cant wait to see Titans : D But before that I hope Blizz will update "all" pre-Wotlk models to look like 2004 game ... oh wait, we are already 2011
Probably retcons because The WarCraft III manual, and other sources, imply that the Titans carefully placed the Well, but the War of the Ancients Trilogy implies that the Old Gods were able to harness it so we can't be sure.And why do you think its the thing that was holding them ?Sargeras want power of The Well so if he is able to draw/use it, why not Old Gods?Few reasons to suspect that.First, arcane magic could be used to imprison others once it is found in such dense amounts.Then, given that titans put Well of Eternity there, we know they wouldn't do that for nothing.We know only mess titans had to deal with was Old Gods.Also, qiraji seem to appear after Well of Eternity appears, and the new Well of Eternity could've weakened him somehow to not be present in War of the Shifting Sands.C'thun and Yogg-Saron wake up after Archimonde destroys the new Well of Eternity.Also, demons(more like ALIENS) tried to use the Well, because arcane magic attracts the Nether and demons.
Thanks, and what do you think about my theory above?