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8-11-2010 @ 7:17PM
I was under the impression that Algalon was more or less an advance scout for the Titans. Loken's death sets off the warning system, and Algalon is sent to investigate and determine if Azeroth needs nuking or not. He's not there to perform the actual burnination, just to see if it's necessary.And from what I can tell from the dialog, he's more about taking a "wait-and-see" approach rather than "everything's OK". His defeat gives him... hope, for want of a better word, that Azeroth's inhabitants can stand against the Old Gods, thus removing the necessity of Azeroth's destruction.
8-11-2010 @ 10:45PM
I don't think Algalon just went back to tell the Pantheon that everything is right for the moment and then returned to his everyday job. He is basically shaken in his beliefs, and to me it is obvious that he begins to question the whole thing the Titans are doing - creating and destroying worlds at their will and such. I think we will be seeing some more of Algalon in the future. The ending of Ulduar sounded so much like a beginning of a new story...
8-12-2010 @ 12:16AM
@yangliI completely agree. He sounded very much like he's doubting what he does... 'A million million lives wasted'... 'Did they all love life as much as you?' ... 'I have felt nothing!'Hopefully we didn't just make another Saregas.
8-12-2010 @ 3:52AM
@YangliSo, you're saying that Algalon is the Silver Surfer?
8-12-2010 @ 6:10AM
He isn't quite the Silver Surfer, his speeches are like the summary of the Cliff's Notes of the Silver Surfer's, but other than that, yup. :^)
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