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5-19-2010 @ 4:11PM
From wikipedia;(I know, not a great source)"The definition of symbiosis is in flux, and the term has been applied to a wide range of biological interactions. The symbiotic relationship may be categorized as mutualistic, commensal, or parasitic in nature. Others define it more narrowly, as only those relationships from which both organisms benefit, in which case it would be synonymous with mutualism."I kind of see it as. Azeroth, at one time, probably could have existed on its own without any problems. But along came the old gods and they "imbedded" themselves so deeply into the essence of the planet, to feed off it, that they have become a parasite that would kill the host if removed. So they can be classified as both, I guess.
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