Perhaps he "fell" or was weakened, and he was taken captive by Lei Shen. The Thunder King could be siphoning Aman'Thul's power for himself which would explain the whole thunder/lightning theme. It would also explain the Bell's existence.
Ra-den could just be the Mogu's name for him since they probably wouldn't know his real one.
Interesting theory nonetheless.
I'll admit at this point where the Mogu came from is pretty inconsequential. I just hoped Blizz would come up with a better origin for them than "an ancient race that wandered into the vale and found some titan stuff ASIAN ORCS oh btw you've never heard of them but they've always existed the trolls just didn't mention them"
maybe it looks like this
http://ptr.wowhead.com/achievement=8...f-the-mogu-nyi. It seems that in patch 5.2 we will discover "dark origins" of the Mogu.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLlgxOo55IQ - Yogg-Saron wants to tell you something...
Arthas was a Horde leader, did you know?
Alliance dissatisfaction have nothing to do with Blizzard's writing but is everything about George Fisher and boogie2988's Francis respective factions.
It's not any Keeper of the Grove. It's something far more powerful. Maybe Cenarius had a brother he never mentioned? He seemed to keep his mouth shut to the Kal'dorei about their origins, especially with how little they think of Trolls, but apparently happily spilled the beans to a nosey dwarf. There's a lot of potential for this route imo.I strongly doubt that they take up such a footnote within the Lore and built it up to a Final Boss, considering that Keeper of the Grove have not much to do with Storm / Lightning, Mogu or Pandaria.
I still think a true Titan is more likely
I hope its watcher Tyr
I do think it will be some titan construct
well so far each construct has been based on a gods name
rajin is a god of thunder
there for a titan construct name
I cant belive no 1 has put 1+1 together
With all the hints and gimicks it the game like Xuen the spirit of the White Tiger says "Test your might" mortal Kombat Reference along with fighters in the game alredy but had names cleverly switched about this to me says yet another reference to the game Ra-den=Raiden GOD of Thunder.
Makes sense no?
Taken from /r/wow...
Raiden/Raijin is the god of thunder in Japanese mythology, so looking at what Blizzard has done with the titan watchers (naming them after Norse mythology gods, mind you, but still gods) I would guess that Ra-den too would be a titan construct/watcher-thing of some sort. This would also help explain how the Mogu got a hold of so many titan artifacts.
The big question with this theory is which side is he on? Is he corrupted or enslaved by the Mogu, or does he willingly assist them/they serve under him? The second theory would be interesting, because as the Klaxxi have said (when you reach exalted with them) that the titans, 'our gods', are not really our gods but instead possibly implying that the old gods are. It would be interesting to see Blizzard go further with that. Again, all speculation - Can't wait for 5.2 to come out!
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