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8-11-2010 @ 7:56PM
I think looking at those idealogical perspectives is really key to understanding the Titans, the Old Gods, and the Burning Legion. Sargaeras split with the rest of Titans, but his view is still a type of order. The Old Gods are evil in that they want pure harm and chaos to all, and that's where the books say they are perhaps more evil than Sargaeras; they like to cause pain into others. Sargaeras just wants to destroy everything. He doesn't see the point in any of it, and he's recruited the Legion to help him accomplish his goals. The members of the Legion all help him to achieve their own goals, but I'm sure if Sargaeras had his end game, the universe would lie in ruin, the titans would all be defeated, everything would be dead, and then he would turn on his Burning Legion and raze them all as well as they would be the last thing standing.Note, this actually something about the strength of the current mortals of Azeroth, and this is moral lesson hidden in the games and stories. The true might is the might of the heart, and the persistence of people who rise to do extraordinary things despite their given stations. The mortals of Azeroth have warded off 2 invasions of the Burning Legion, (who as far as we know have successfully razed every other world they've encountered), and they have so far been able to defeat the forces of the Old Gods. The Alliance and Horde are both strong, and the true tragedy, and the concept that keeps the World of Warcraft turning, is that if they were able to truly be at peace with one another, their combined strenght would be truly unbeatable. As it is their infighting allows for threats to constantly rise, but despite that, heroes always rise to defeat those threats.
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