Go back in time when Queen Azshara was still a baby and remove her from history.
I don't understand why Murozond, being able to travel back in time, doesn't travel so far back that he makes the current events impossible.
I'd remind Prince Kael'thas that his future boss is referred to as THE DECEIVER, and compel him to return to his people.
But also to kill M'uru anyway and invite Velen over for dinner.
its all very wibbly wobbly timey wimey, don't think on it too much, pure logic doesn't apply here
I'd go back in time and place a wyrm below the Frozen Throne and give Arthas instructions.
When players are about to kill him, he breaks free and jumps from the edge, and flies away mounting the frost wyrm.
Gul'dan Wouldn't of died however he would have gone missing only to be found several years after thralls creation of the new horde thus causing a splinter faction to arise due to a constant struggle for power between the two.
Make faction desertion possible= all races for both aly and horde
I would have Putress survive, and of course he would now be a devoted Forsaken. He would also recommend to Sylvanas that the Forsaken should break their ties with the horde, and make their own faction.
So am I to change history within the power of the infinites(=mostly killing major characters), or by controlling the will of the characters(=i.e. make Gul'dan a selfless philanthropist)? I'll go with both:
Infinite style: I would poison the last meal Dranosh ate with diarrhea-indusing concoction, so that he wouldn't be able to attend the Wrathgate event --> he wouldn't get killed by the Lich King. Because goddammit, that's a young Saurfang, we could've had a YOUNG SAURFANG as our Warchief!
God style: Arthas's redemption at the end of Wrath and making him into a key player in the world instead of sitting his arse on the Frozen Throne like Bolvar is now. The events following that would've been lore-delicious to the max and Arthas is also the most interesting character in Warcraft. He's been competing with Kain(Legacy of Kain) and Big Boss(Metal Gear) for the seat of my number one favorite video game character for a good amount of years now.
Let jaina die with her city.
Reason: I really dislike her.
Silly alternitive: Turn deathwing into a flower-giving gypsy who instead of corruption has flora oozing out of every part of his body, bringing life to azeroth! and let bolvar be the new aspect of death "Place the chin upon my face alexstraza!"
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Aethas Sunreaver should come out and tell everyone he is in fact Kael'thas Sunstrider in disguise. Then go on and reunite all of the High Elf/Blood Elf population. Begin teaching fellow elves how to not only control their temptation in Fel Magic, but how to fight. Have Kael'thas bring Demon Hunters to the world. [Perhpas Illidan or one of his disciples to bring demon hunting to the Alliance.
During the Horde/Alliance conflict on Pandaria, have a batallion of Blood Elves come in and be used as Farstriders. Nothing like having a group of elven assassins on your side.
Going extremely far back:
Malfurion would've sprung his trap before Archimonde reached Nordrassil, destroying him but maintaining Immortality.
Thrall would've approached the Night Elves in Kalimdor and worked a peace accord out with the Orcs, resulting in Kalimdor being relatively peaceful compared to the war-torn Eastern Kingdoms.
From Cataclysm on
Night Elves would be a force to be reckoned with in Kalimdor and Ashenvale would visibly be the worst place on Azeroth for an Orc to set foot into, traps full of orc skeletons, dead orcs hanging from the trees or pinned to them.
Sylvanas would be dead and gone, killed off by the Forsaken themselves for trying to steer them down the dark path the Lich King had taken them down by force.
Ancients would immediately coordinate their efforts against the Horde following Ragnaros' defeat.
Jaina would've destroyed Orgrimmar outright then turn her vengeance on the Alliance for "allowing Theramore to become a target".