Nozdormu makes sure that certain events happen a particular way, even if they appear to be bad. Consequently, he even knows when and how he will die.
-- Warcraft Magazine, Issue 02
Matthew Rossi has done an excellent job covering the War of the Ancients these past few weeks -- you can and should check out all four parts
. Sometimes, late at night after everyone in their right mind has gone to sleep, Rossi and I will have long, rambling discussions about lore and theories in regards to those unexplained loopholes in lore. This week you get not one, but two
tinfoil hat theories regarding the Bronze Dragonflight; consider it a two-parter by two different authors, both equally fascinated with the convoluted mess of the Warcraft
In part four
of his series, Rossi touched on timeline A: The unaltered timeline of history, the original outcome of the War of the Ancients, and timeline B: The altered timeline that sent Rhonin and Krasus back in time, letting them gleefully muck around with historical events. The problem with these events lies in the fact that the Bronze flight, and Nozdormu in particular, have been charged with keeping the flow of time. Meanwhile, we have the Infinite Dragonflight, introduced in The Burning Crusade
-- a group bent on changing the timelines to suit their needs. So what are the ultimate plans of the Infinite Dragonflight?
Today's Know Your Lore is a Tinfoil Hat edition, meaning the following is a look into what has gone before with pure speculation on why it happened. The events presented are events that happened in Azeroth's history, but the conclusions are merely theories and shouldn't be taken as fact.Continue reading Know Your Lore, Tinfoil Hat Edition: Genesis of the Infinite Dragonflight
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Know Your Lore, Tinfoil Hat Edition: Genesis of the Infinite Dragonflight
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