and u stand on his hand and he carries u like that
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they could rework the mammoth models for that. except the main part is the right or left side which is the arm he uses to carry u!
Now that it's revealed that he's some kind of captured Titan the real interesting twist is going to be... why are we fighting him?
By the looks of things he's not there willingly.
I'm saying he's asking us to put him out of his misery, and he's being controlled and bent against his will.
Or, in his "insanity", or rather rage of being imprisoned so long, and then being freed, seeing us, the first people he can really lay his hands on after maybe hundreds or thousands of years, he can't differentiate us from Friend or Foe and tries to kill us.
I mean, think about it.
You've been imprisoned, tortured, and left to wallow in all the evil emotions your body harbors, like Hatred, and Anger, and Sadness.
In a single moment, after so many eons have passed, you're free.
And the first thing you want to do, after harboring all those ill will feelings?
Vengeance and Death on the first life forms you see.
That quote regarding the Mogu and the Titans is rather fascinating, and harkens to the ominous line from Kil'ruk in Klaxxi'vess, "Your gods are not your gods." What exactly is being implied about the Titans here? After all, I think the implication is pretty clear regarding lessons being passed on from parent to child. If the Mogu are acting upon the will of their parents, then that probably says something about the Titans' motivations, does it not?
It also begs a lot of questions regarding the Curse of Flesh. Is that why the Titans abandoned a planet they invested so much in? That they consider us tainted by our flesh and bone? And if that's the case, those seeming cuts on Ra-Den become far more interesting, and possibly indicative of some type of vengeance the Mogu may have been enacting upon one of their creators. Trying to turn a Titan to flesh perhaps?
Then again, I probably just have an overactive imagination.
Originally Posted by Urban Dictionary
My guess is that Ra-den is the thunder god, much like Raiden from Mortal Kombat.
when all else fails, read the STICKIES.
He was guarding the Engine of Nalak'sha, when the thunder king discover it.
It says that no one know what happened after Thunder king enter, but the Thunder King was "bristling with the power to forge an empire" when he left.