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7-05-2010 @ 7:40AM
I haven't really ever been that interested in the OId God part of the Lore over the years, but I am getting way more in to it the more we find out.I think its because the Titans are starting to make more sense the more and more we learn, and they are something I really really want to know.As for the guy earlier on talking about how the Titans couldn't kill the Old Gods, but can create a planet.You are obviously assuming that the Titans flick a finger or use magic to do it... who says they don't use science to terraform a planet and have ships and the such like. I mean the Naaru do, I have long thought the Naaru were given their technology (and perhaps are 'ascended beings' who learned from the Titans. I think they have such a hatred for Sargeras because they worked directly with/for him in the past.Anyway that aside I think the Titans used science and realised that the old gods were somehow tied to the mortals and the planet itself. They decided to imprison them (which is likely harder than just killing them) to keep us all safe.Now if we go with the fact we haven't actually been killing old gods then its fine, they are alive and likely now free from their prisons.If we have killed them.. the you know what will eventually hit the fan when we finish the rest off. I am sure either we gonna die (unlikely) or its gonna bring the Titans back to check out what the pesky mortals have done to their perfect world.Think how pissed the will be at us.Wreck the well of eternityWreck the landMess with the emerald dreamKill aspectsKill old godsKill each other for no real reasonOpen portals to dying worldsLet green aliens invadethe list goes onThe titans are not going to be happy!
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