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12-17-2009 @ 1:53PM
Thinking about it, it makes some sense that Saronite could warp other being to eventually become the Faceless. Remember C'thun? he created the Qiraji from the Aqir (Or the Silithid. It's all a bit confusing, to be honest.) The upshot is that C'thun took an existing race and twisted them into his Avatars. Perhaps the Faceless were created in a similar manner by warping sentient beings who lived in Northrend (Given the size of your average Faceless, I'd wager giants or Vrykul.) The more I think about it, the more sense it makes, actually. The whole Curse of Flesh was engineered to change the mineral-based creations of the Titan so the Old Gods corrupt them. Perhaps what Yogg-Saron did was further warp the physiology of some of the cursed beings to create his Faceless servants by imbuing them with his 'blood.'It certainly does put things into perspective. By adopting our myriad of Saronite gear to counter the Scourge's use of Saronite, we may have inadvertently cause more harm to ourselfs than good. Well, I guess the Forsaken would be as immune as the Scourge, but the rest of us are in trouble.
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