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3-24-2010 @ 10:24PM
Deep. Really deep. My brain hurts.I think this was the best aspect article yet, though. Stellar job.However...(line 28) when a dragon, a *CERTAIN RED-HAIRED WIZARD* and an orc went back in time and totally messed with the lore...er, I mean changed history). Fixed.Also, do you think it is possible that maybe the infinite dragonflight is a product of both bronze and green dragonflight members with corrupted agendas, possibly under the influence of the Old Gods? It appears that the infinites are trying to alter events that would get rid of most, if not all, of Azeroth's major events. Without these events, nothing would have changed past the well of eternity. Now then, what does the Emerald Dream look like? That's right: Untouched Azeroth.It's possible that the Old Gods may have attracted the attention of some of the green dragons, who, as we know, are combating a "nightmare" in the Emerald Dream. They may have presented the idea to the greens that the situation in the Emerald Dream is all but hopeless, but they could still try to revert the Waking World. So, they simply paired these converted greens with bronzes they have also converted, and viola, infinites.This would be another way to explain why the Infinites are attacking such critical moments in history. With Azeroth reborn without the legion, orcs, draenei, anything past the original Azerothian races, it would be as close to the Emerald dream as the greens can fathom without having to lose countless of their number to the battle against nightmare. And, of course, it would be very easy for the Old Gods to just sweep in and wipe everything clean, remaking the world in their image.Of course, this is only a theory, and WoW is still just a game.Until next time, Mortuus
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