In Azeroth as in the real world, I am a devoted follower of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Praise be to his noodlieness.RAmen.
Nice blog Queggy, I've never really put much thought into Wow religions. My Mage, Shaman, and Paladin (who rebelled against the Church of the Holy Light) are Pastafarians. My DK follows the religion of Jediism.Edit: My Shaman has just informed me that he has been spiritually enlightened and now follows the path of the Invisible Pink Unicorn.
Isn't the mystery of the maker a more of philosophical belief than an religious. Seeing as they try to uncover the titans mystery to better understood those question described. they do not believe completly like in the church of light way, without any proof.not sure, but aren't many who follow that branch also the ones who works inside explorer league?
Hund believes in nature...Hund believes in Elune...Elune helps him shoot people.
Great info.This gives my RPing Paladin and Priest food for thought.
what about the worshippers of Sargeras? He was once a titan, if im not mistaken.
My DK elf in RP is a Follower of the Old Gods.Mainly because I was driven insane in AQ and Ulduar.You'd be insane too on how many times you wipe on 2 emperors and on Mimiron!
Really great lore and RP article, I salute for you.
I don't think the mystery of the makers could be called a religion because it has tangable evidense suporting it and is not beleved on blind faith.
Edhrahil follows Elune (which, since he's a human mage, causes some consternation among night elves and other humans). But he's SEEN a direct manifestation of Elune in Winterspring. The Holy Light certainly exists, but so does arcane power, and no one worships arcane energy (well, sane people don't...).And the idea that everyone could live together without fighting if they really wanted to appeals to him.
My Night Elf is ofcourse loyal to Elune. 'May Elune enlighten your path'