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Warcraft Lore Facts - The Old Gods - wondersign.net

Warcraft Lore Facts - The Old Gods


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#1
The Old Gods are responsible for corrupting several of Azeroth's creatures via their whispers. Early tauren myths associate crimes commited by them with "whispers beneath the earth". More infamously, the black dragon aspect Neltharion became Deathwing the Destroyer thanks to the Old Gods.

#2
The Old God Yogg-Saron is presumed to have had some involvement in the assassination of King Llane, the creation of the Lich King and of the Demon Soul, due to several visions seen while fighting him. In addition, he is also responsible for the creation of the Curse of Flesh and, along with N'zoth, was considered too dangerous to be killed by the Titans.

#3
Despite popular belief, the Old Gods were not actually responsible for the corruption of Sargeras. Sargeras was corrupted over millenia of fighting against the Dreadlords, the Mo'arg and the Infernals.

#4
Individual Old Gods are actually more powerful than individual Titans. During an escape atempt in the War of the Ancients, the Old Gods state that enslaving Sargeras would be ease itself. The only reason the Pantheon defeated them on Azeroth was because the Old Gods were also busy fighting amongst themselves.

#5
The Old Gods are not actually native to Azeroth. As evidenced by a failed summoning in Outland's Shadowmoon Valley and by the Qiraji Harbinger Skyriss, the Old Gods span the entirety of the cosmos, although, unlike the Burning Legion or the Pantheon, they are not united.

#6
When the Old God C'thun was defeated by the Titans, he actually managed to fool them by playing dead. The Pantheon imprisoned his "corpse" within the Tol'vir facility of Ahn'Qiraj. After the fall of the Aqir Empire, C'thun summoned several of the Aqir, who quickly conquered Ahn'Qiraj and became known as the Qiraji.

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