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6-09-2010 @ 5:14PM
what about shadow? are the shadow elementals even considered elements or just demons?
6-09-2010 @ 5:16PM
Especially interesting as they share a model with (or are) Voidwalkers.
6-09-2010 @ 5:19PM
They're mostly classified as demons but, there are so many unidentified elements it's hard to say. I'd say they're part of the nether which could possibly be that last mysterious element that Nobundo almost saw. Who really knows though.
6-09-2010 @ 5:24PM
The shadow elementals in Wintegrasp never did make much sense.
6-09-2010 @ 5:35PM
shadow elementals in WG are there for our dailies and to farm eternal shadow
6-09-2010 @ 5:55PM
They're likely elemental forms of the twisting nether.
6-09-2010 @ 5:59PM
Remmeber too that Voidwalkers are barely even demons, and function more like elementals. They certainly have no connection or affiliation with the Burning Legion, and seem to just want to more or less do their own thing, IE, consume whatever energy there is around them. Maybe they're the elemental spirits of vacuum?
6-09-2010 @ 6:37PM
Well, as far as crafting goes we've had six elements since launch: the four Greek elements, plus shadow and life. While you can find elementals of water, wind, fire, earth, and life all over the place, shadowy elementals are, to my knowledge, only found in Wintergrasp (oh, and apparently in Frostmourne Cavern). That role is otherwise filled by demons (especially voidwalkers) and undead.You'd think there'd be space in there for the Light, too, but I guess it's harder to justify sending heroes out to destroy creatures infused with the Light.
6-11-2010 @ 2:48PM
Don't forget arcane elementals. And Naaru may well be Light elementals of a sort.
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