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3-24-2010 @ 9:48PM
What if....... instead of Nozdormu going insane, he is being controlled by someone else? Let me explain. If you have done the seasonal quest where you take the blood elf orphan to the Caverns of Time, you remember what happens as soon as you summon her there. The Bronze Dragonflight guards make a move to attack her when they are suddenly stopped and told that she is not an enemy of the dragonflight "yet". At the end of the quest she also says that she will have a dragon of her own someday. Then she joins the blood elves' Blood Knights to start her training in the paladin arts. What if the reason she becomes an enemy of the Bronze Dragonflight is because she controls Nozdormu at some point in the future? What if she is the "master" behind the master, who commands Nozdormu to change the timeline so as to prevent the past events of the current timeline that caused the death of her parents? Or maybe her motive is something not so selfish, but more "altruistic" like preventing the catastrophic events caused by the first, second and third war, the rise of the Lich King, the cataclysmic events on Azeroth caused by Deathwing, etc. Maybe the reason why Nozdormu left the Bronze Dragonflight is because he knew this would happen. So, instead of exposing the whole Bronze Dragonflight to his (actually hers) influence, he went on his own. This way, the Bronze Dragonflight would be the only faction with the power over the timelines (besides the Infinte) uncorrupted so they could at least fight back.
3-24-2010 @ 10:28PM
Adding on to this, I believe that the blood elf orphan is actually one of Rhonin and Vereesa Windrunner's child because Nozdormu give the children the bronze dragonflight's friendship. The reason why the child might be the one controlling the Infinite Dragonflight is that children are innocent and don't really understand pain and suffering, so she might be trying to help others, when she is actually causing more harm, but not really seeing it. Or the child could be trying to save her parent and whatnot.
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