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7-26-2007 @ 12:58PM
Basically, Aegwynn overheard Medivh plotting with demons and confronted him about it. When he refused to change his ways, she fought him and was easily defeated. Medivh drained away all her remaining power... Aegwynn ran to the court of King Llane of Stormwind, Medivh's childhood friend. She told them of what she had heard, and Llane began to develop a plan to fight Medivh. Aegwynn, however, wanted no part in her son's death. She teleported herself to the continent of Kalimdor and built herself a nice home by the shores of Ratchet, to await her own death.Actually, this is wrong. King Llane never knew what Medivh was up to, and actually was his stauchest defender to his doubters. When they had the confrontation, Medivh drained all of Aegwynn's powers except for her anti-aging magics (hence why she was tooling around for a few thousand years). She was able to turn the power of those spells inward to teleport herself away from Sargeras/Medivh over to Kalimdor.Meantime, Medivh spent the rest of his time with his old friends King Llane and Sir Lothar getting cozy, while secretly supporting Gul'dan and the Shadow Council in their assaults on Stormwind. When Khadgar (Medivh's apprentice) discovered that Medivh was murdering other mages that could interfere in his plans, he and Garona Halforcen confronted Medivh and used the elder mage's memory of the battle with Aegwynn to escape.Then after pleading his case to King Llane (who assured everyone that Medivh was just full of flowers and love), Khadgar, Garona and Lothar went on back to Karazhan to deliver a special candygram of whoopazz that killed Medivh.
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