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    My idea always had to do with the relation between Dragons/Proto-Drakes/Dinosaurs/various reptile races of Azeroth.

    I have two theories of how they may be related:

    1: Dinosaurs/reptiles on Azeroth were created by the Titans when they arrived on the planet. From the dinosaurs basic genetic structure the Titans created the Proto-Drakes and then from the basic structure of the Proto-Drakes they increased their evolution and infused them with their cosmic/arcane infusing super-technology to create the original Dragon Aspects and birthed the original flights.

    2: My other theory is related to something based on the lore of the Earthen/dwarves that is revealed in Uldaman. The hologram keeper at the end of the instances says that the Earthen were created from a cross section of Azeroth's planet crust as a base material. My theory is that the titans did not create dinosaurs/reptiles on Azeroth but that they instead had existed on the planet during the primal chaotic reign of the Old Gods and their various lifeforms ruled, such as the early insectoid races and things like krakens and other nasties, would make sense that a savage race like dinosaurs would and primitive reptilian creatures would exist on such a hostile world. When the titans arrived and went about making the basic structure for the Proto-Drakes I believe that they took the genetic composition of these reptiles they found on the planet to create them, such as how the Earthen were created from resources already on the planet.



    Also something else I am probably wrong about, but I have a feeling that the Doomlords of the Legion could possibly be the demon-form version of the Mogu. Correct me if I am wrong, but from reading notes about the warlock quest chain in patch 5.2 there is suppose to be a part I believe where you talk to your Doomguard (I think it was Doom, maybe Fel) and you can ask about its origins before its race became demons and from what I remember it says something along the lines about how its race were blood hounds of the Titans to track down arcade energy across the universe. As we pretty much know, the Mogu are creations of the Titans who possessed a great understanding of the arcane during a time when the majority of it was controlled by the Highbourne, also the Mogu do sort of have a similar bulky build as a Doomlord and there is also the slight coincidence that the quest chain even includes this dialogue at all in an expansion that has a large centering on the Mogu empire.

    Ok so technically I guess those are theories so here are some random things thrown out like others have done:

    -Hobgoblins (mooks) are actually the original forms of the goblin race. After being exposed to Kaja'mite an evolutionary process took place that turned a portion of the race into the short/intelligent race we know of now.

    -The Flame Walkers of the Firelands/primal Azeroth were what the old god N'Zoth based the forms of the naga on when he transformed the Highbourne after the destruction of the Well of Eternity.

    -Ok so nobody take this the wrong way: the reason why there are so few dark skinned human characters/NPCs on Azeroth is because the skin pigmentation change only occurred in humans living in societies in regions like Tanaris like the Wastewater Bandits.

    -The Formless/The Shapeless (forget the exact name), the weird blob humanoid creatures that we saw in early concept art for Cataclysm but never actually got in the game are not actually Old God creations like Blizzard first said. When they are discovered in the future they will be a genetic creation of the Titans that used the malleable lifeforms to sculpt the humanoid creatures that would inhabit Azeroth and other worlds.

    -Goblins are an obviously consumerist society while gnomes who lived in Gnomergan before the trogg invasion had a very communist life-style, all working together towards a common goal and is the reason why in Gnomergan you see instead of houses they all have large rooms with bunk beds inside of them. This is one of the main reasons why the goblins and gnomes have had such opposing views and hatreds for one another.

    -I believe the Undermine looks like a goblin made underground version of New York City with rusted out piece metal sky scrapers, fast food joints, pawn shops, used rocket and trike salesman, houses of sin and various mines leading down into the earth. Also when we finally get to Undermine we will get player housing in the form of a goblin apartment we can purchase.

    -Far below Azeroth there is a giant Titan complex far bigger then anything we have ever seen yet and was the primary area where the original bio-construction of the planets lifeforms took place.

    -Likewise on one of Azeroth's moons there is a hidden titan complex that was the main base of operations for the titans themselves during the war against the old gods and overseeing the original re-origination of the world. Also there is a chance that one of the Old Gods was somehow imprisoned on the 2nd moon of Azeroth.

    -Yu'lon and the serpents of Pandaria were one of the early designs of the Dragon Flights by the Titans, however instead of making them into protectors of the world they were merely added as a species onto it but still manage things such as shape-shifting, arcane control and high levels of intelligence.

    -The ninjas you fight for the Bloodsail quests in the Cape of Stranglethorn are actually a long lost pirate crew that landed on Pandaria long ago and learned their combat techniques from the Shado-Pan. They have now returned to the South Seas to fight against their former rivals the Bloodsails.

    -All of the original titan creations are actually technically a form of robots, even if they are statue like instead of like the Mecha-Gnomes design. The titans use rune-forging technology on their creations which is actually a super-advanced form of programming or circuit forming. Likewise the arcane energy they use in the process and to power all of their creations they do not view as some kind of mystical force like many mortal races do but rather just a form of energy in the universe to use as a power source much in the same way one might use solar power or even fuel. In fact the original reason the titans began traveling out into the universe and forging worlds was solely for the benefit of creating dominated worlds to harvest this arcane energy from.

    -Also the original forms of the titans were mermaids. That is why there are pictures of mermaids in Ulduar and why that area has a name like "Hall of Remembrance". Their mermaid forms were what they were on their original home planet, countless millenia after heading out into space they evolved into the form they have now. Or possibly the mermaids were once a planned race for Azeroth that were killed by the Old Gods(either during their first creation or during the war against the Gods) or was a species they had used on other worlds.





    Ok now try this one on for size:

    Azeorth was the first meeting place between the Titans and the Old Gods, however long after leaving Azeroth the titans began tracking down any other signs of the Old God species in the universe as to remove them. During this time an eternal galactic conflict has existed between the two forces creating the following results across the multi-verse:

    -The Flood of the Halo series are actually spawn of the Old Gods. The Forerunners of the same series are creations of the titans who supplied them with their vast technology.

    -The titans of Brütal Legend are a renegade group of the Pantheon/titan race that landed on the games world and managed to enslave the Old God minions on it as their servants, before once more departing for the cosmos and putting the events of this games back story in motion.

    -The necromorph virus of Dead Space is based on a genetic structure of a spawn of the Old Gods

    -The Precursors of the Jak & Daxter series? Titans made em.

    -The planet you are on in Alter Echo (remember that game?) is actually a semi-benevolent Old God life form.

    -The Reapers from the Mass Effect series are actually rogue AI titan creations that confuse any biological creatures as minions of the Old Gods.

    -Lavos from Chrono Trigger? Horrible Old God spawn monstrosity.

    I bet none of you knew all those games(and anything involving ancient creator race/Lovecraftian monsters) are actually connected.
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    Kaldorei are addicted to magic just as the Quel'dorei and Sin'dorei. Nobody has noticed because the Kaldorei put Moonwells in all of their towns so they don't have withdrawls
    Interesting one! I do think that during the war of the ancient time most kaldorei where addicted to magic, most without even knowing it. Just being relatively close gave them an adiction, even when they didn't use the arcane. But I also think that after 10000 yeras, those side effects have vanished and they shouldn't get withrawal now, but they in did in fact get it back then and used moonwells in part to dampen the effects.

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    Thanks for liking the dryad one. It came to me NATURALly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Callei View Post
    Arnorei: The idea that night elves might have an exhibitionistic streak in them makes me far more interested in their cultural practices than I should be.

    I also adore the idea you put forth that dryads make corny, cheesy jokes on purpose to help their allies relax and as a way to help them keep their heads on straight. In a culture with ten millennia of militarism, I'd imagine being the platoon joker can be an important role in keeping up morale and keeping mental breakdowns to a minimum.
    It's ok, there's lots of night elf porn on the net

    About dryads, it just seemed fitting. There was one point where I was sitting in front of the dryad in the Molten Front reading her jokes and thinking how bad they are (yet that I like them and some are funny) and then it hit me. Poor dryad was probably as scared as any warrior there, maybe even more since she is part tree

    Quote Originally Posted by Amonra View Post
    The dryad one is awesome; Now I keep thinking of that Dryad that gave the Bloodvenom watch quests. That whole slime thing was creepy, but she was just so peppy XD.

    I agree with the exhibitionist nelves. They really don't like walls, but it must be beautiful to sleep (or, y'know...) looking at the clear waters of the pools in Darnassus.

    Related to the nelves; I too thnk they don't have a very high fertility rate, but not really low either. The lack of overpopulation is mostly due to the segregation of males to the emmerald dream. As well, since the destruction of Nordrassil and the lost of immortality, the night elves have started to "doing it more" and looking for remedies to increase their fertility.
    Now to be honest, we don't really know if there's any form of contraception in Azeroth. Maybe they use magic to limit fertility when needed, I mean during the 10.000 years period there wasn't such a need to make billions of night elves, as night elves take in mind resources too. Only since the Silithid war has there been a need for more reproduction and especially since third war.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amonra View Post
    (I love nelves, their story, their aesthetics; but for the life of me, those models are just so crappy and can't roll one)
    I think the female model is ok, except the bounce. The male one is the problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Constellation View Post
    Night Elves have privacy screens in many of their buildings, so that kinda dashes that notion.

    Night Elves skin tone varies based on exposure to sunlight. Darker skin tones, imo, indicate more exposure to the sun while fairer tones are more nocturnal. Some regional distinctions may also exist however skin tone and colour alone has never been a measure of any elf's worth.
    1. True, thought of that too, but just because they're not prude doesn't mean they will go around naked whenever they can. Plus, most of those screens aren't near beds and some are in the middle of houses that miss walls on both sides, making them useless as actual privacy screens.

    2. I always thought it's more related to region and helping them blend in the area. The white ones are from Winterspring, the dark blue and dark green from Moonglade, the medium blue, medium green and dark purple are from Ashenvale, the dark and light green from in-continent Darkshore and the light purple and pinkish are form Darkshore and Ashenvale coast or Azshara. Don't know why, that's what I always thought.


    Quote Originally Posted by KunkkaTheAdmiral View Post
    Nothing will ever shake the fortress and mountain that Ironforge is. Never ever.

    Why ? Because the inside is a big diamond.
    Why do you think the area leading to the diamond was closed behind doors? Because of goblins knew, the day after Ironforge would be a giant hole in the ground...

    Wait a second! Wait! Something just hit me! There's a huge diamond in Ironforge! Osh'gun is a huge diamond and there are ideas of naaru visiting the world before? What if the Ironforge diamond is a naaru ship?

    Anyway, back to Ironforge, actually it was in danger of being wiped by lava and earthquacke, that's why Magni did the ritual that turned him to diamond. Turning him to diamond was just a side effect.


    Now some more ideas:
    Faerie dragons are actually poisonous and can't be eaten. This is why they don't mind flying around with their bright colours since their meat is not good.

    Night elves actually pity night elf death knights because they know those night elves have been removed from the natural order and they might never be able to join Elune because of it. I base this on how night elves view nature and how death knights are made, going fully against nature.

    Druids can sense undeath near them. Because they have a connection with everything living, and something undead is in contradiction with the living, thus creating a reaction.

    Not all night elf druids returned from the Emerald Dream. Some had become too intertwined with it and their bodies had died while they were asleep. This is why in some books it is stated there were disembodies spirits of druids in there and why in many former burrowed dens there's skeletons in many areas.

    Areas where gnomes live are really noisy because of constructs of all kinds.

    Night elves like to each get their needed materials for living and their trade, but some can not so a part of stuff gathered by all night elves is taken by the temple of the moon and redistributed to the military soldiers of kinds and to the priestesses. In general nobody lacks anything truly required to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnorei View Post
    Thanks for liking the dryad one. It came to me NATURALly.
    LoL that was cheesy, I love it!!

    Really cool headcanons! I really like the way you think

    Not all night elf druids returned from the Emerald Dream. Some had become too intertwined with it and their bodies had died while they were asleep. This is why in some books it is stated there were disembodies spirits of druids in there and why in many former burrowed dens there's skeletons in many areas.
    Ohhh, I'm adopting this one. As much as wardens tend to the druids bodies and make sure they are safe on the dens, if the druid gets lost in the dream, there's not much that can be done from the outside.

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    Not by me, but I really like this idea.

    In short, the planet Azeroth is a cage, named for the massive being of chaos it imprisons. The old gods are its spawn.

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    I believe, and it may seem gross, that Alexstrasza and Deathwing had a relationship more than siblings, as seen by her actions and dialogue with him in the Twilight Highlands (although, I admit, this could be due to her position as Lifebinder, and just a close sibling relationship).

    Lor'themar always wanted to be a singer (he still does).

    Tyrande was an excellent track and field runner.

    Lore-wise, when a Night Elf priest uses the ability that lets them heal through death, they become either a wisp or an avatar of moonlight.
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    I like to believe (I've just come to the conclusion yesterday in another thread) that Arthas' changing after he had picked up Frostmourne was deliberate, as in he wasn't corrupted against his will. I think that either Ner'Zhul told him about the Legion's plans even before Kel'Thuzad told him about the Nathrezim and stuff or he just guessed that there must be more background to the whole Scourge story - the Burning Legion.

    Think about it, Arthas as a paladin couldn't have changed shit about whether or not the Legion's plans would come to fruition and he possibly knew that. He may have sped up things a little by all the shit he did in the WC3 undead campaign, but if it hadn't been for Arthas' actions (i.e. culling of Stratholme, which probably saved Lordaeron for a while and thus delayed Archimonde's arrival, killing Mal'Ganis, telling Illidan how to kill Tichondrius, ending the remaining Dread Lords' reign over Lordaeron and defeating Illidan at Icecrown) Azeroth would probably have been invaded by the Burning Legion by now. In the end, he saved Azeroth. For the moment...

    Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong or anything mentioned in any books (never read any of them) might prove me wrong.
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    Here is mine: Lorewalker cho states that mogu grew to power 14000 years ago. Now the only major event we know about that happened these time was troll vs insectoids races war that lead to split into ahn'qiraji and azjol'nerub. Now considering that mogu and trolls are close allies it could be possible that it was there where it all started. After all mogu are conflicted with mantid who are also insectoid race. On topic of insectoids it seems that nerubians evolved from rejax type qiraji while mantid from battleguard satura one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feio View Post
    I like to believe (I've just come to the conclusion yesterday in another thread) that Arthas' changing after he had picked up Frostmourne was deliberate, as in he wasn't corrupted against his will. I think that either Ner'Zhul told him about the Legion's plans even before Kel'Thuzad told him about the Nathrezim and stuff or he just guessed that there must be more background to the whole Scourge story - the Burning Legion.

    Think about it, Arthas as a paladin couldn't have changed shit about whether or not the Legion's plans would come to fruition and he possibly knew that. He may have sped up things a little by all the shit he did in the WC3 undead campaign, but if it hadn't been for Arthas' actions (i.e. culling of Stratholme, which probably saved Lordaeron for a while and thus delayed Archimonde's arrival, killing Mal'Ganis, telling Illidan how to kill Tichondrius, ending the remaining Dread Lords' reign over Lordaeron and defeating Illidan at Icecrown) Azeroth would probably have been invaded by the Burning Legion by now. In the end, he saved Azeroth. For the moment...

    Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong or anything mentioned in any books (never read any of them) might prove me wrong.
    That's a very interesting idea It reminds me of something I've been thinking ever since wrath, but that I forgot about!

    I never thought about Arthas intentions, but I've never thought about the Lich King as really being evil. I don't think the Lich King just wants to corrupt everything around him, turning eveything undead for the luls. I believe that the Lich King (obviously) knew about the threat that the Burning Legion poses to Azeroth, and saw no other way to defeat them but to find the the strongest heroes on the planet and turn them to keep Azeroth safe. He'd rather turn everyone undead than see the entire planet get destroyed, effectively killing off everything. He only removed people's free will because he saw himself as a kind of general that, with all his vast powers and knowledge, could control everyone to do what was best. Instead of trying to convince everyone what the best strategy is and having to deal with the side effects of undeath (killing stuff around them). So instead of trying to unite the Horde and Alliance the way Wrathion intends to, he was trying to unite them through undeath instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhairday View Post
    That's a very interesting idea It reminds me of something I've been thinking ever since wrath, but that I forgot about!

    I never thought about Arthas intentions, but I've never thought about the Lich King as really being evil. I don't think the Lich King just wants to corrupt everything around him, turning eveything undead for the luls. I believe that the Lich King (obviously) knew about the threat that the Burning Legion poses to Azeroth, and saw no other way to defeat them but to find the the strongest heroes on the planet and turn them to keep Azeroth safe. He'd rather turn everyone undead than see the entire planet get destroyed, effectively killing off everything. He only removed people's free will because he saw himself as a kind of general that, with all his vast powers and knowledge, could control everyone to do what was best. Instead of trying to convince everyone what the best strategy is and having to deal with the side effects of undeath (killing stuff around them). So instead of trying to unite the Horde and Alliance the way Wrathion intends to, he was trying to unite them through undeath instead.
    Tbh, I think Ner'Zhul didn't really wanted to save Azeroth, but rather fuck up the Legion's plan (or maybe he even tried to gather an army to fight them) for his vengeance as he kind of got screwed over by Kil'Jaeden and then tortured and bound to a block of ice, or rather some armor, for the rest of eternity for trying to flee from him. And Arthas was the one with pretty much the same goal but with the intentions you and I associate with him.

    One could argue you are right since Ner'Zhul and Arthas became one at the end of WC3: TfT, and Arthas was the dominant personality of the Lich King we know of WotLK. So Arthas was the one to decide to test the heros and try to create the strongest army to ever walk on Azeroth, probably to oppose the Burning Legion. I honestly believe it did happen like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feio View Post
    Tbh, I think Ner'Zhul didn't really wanted to save Azeroth, but rather fuck up the Legion's plan (or maybe he even tried to gather an army to fight them) for his vengeance as he kind of got screwed over by Kil'Jaeden and then tortured and bound to a block of ice, or rather some armor, for the rest of eternity for trying to flee from him. And Arthas was the one with pretty much the same goal but with the intentions you and I associate with him.

    One could argue you are right since Ner'Zhul and Arthas became one at the end of WC3: TfT, and Arthas was the dominant personality of the Lich King we know of WotLK. So Arthas was the one to decide to test the heros and try to create the strongest army to ever walk on Azeroth, probably to oppose the Burning Legion. I honestly believe it did happen like that.
    True, Ner'zhul probably didn't want to save Azeroth, he probably didn't care at all what happened to it. I was referring to the Lich King we got to see in wotlk, although I didn't make that all too clear. Since I believe what I described was his real intentions I guess Arthas must've had those plans even before picking up Frostmourne, just like you said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhairday View Post
    True, Ner'zhul probably didn't want to save Azeroth, he probably didn't care at all what happened to it. I was referring to the Lich King we got to see in wotlk, although I didn't make that all too clear. Since I believe what I described was his real intentions I guess Arthas must've had those plans even before picking up Frostmourne, just like you said.
    Exactly. I just have the habit to automatically associate the Lich King with Ner'Zhul and Arthas with just Arthas^^

    Probably because I only played the original WC3 (little bit of TFT) and started WoW in cata. Actually late Wrath but oh well, cata hit before I had the chance to actually experience Wrath.
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    That somewhere, somehow, Illidan Stormrage is not dead. Hear me out on this one. There is a theory that Ronan and such characters are not actually dead, but are being saved by Medivh time traveling through the timeways in order to save them and bring them to the front for some big confrontation with an unknown enemy, possibly the Burning Legion. I have heard and read this theory before, and it could be possible that somehow me managed to save Illidan knowing we may need his demon hunter skills to kill the Legion.

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    Also, I hold that Illidan will claw his way out of the Twisting Nether, be stripped of his demonic powers, form an uneasy alliance with his brother and basically become Warcraft's Sarevok Anchev.

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    I believe that Azeroth is actually earth in the future. Their gods are similar. There is a small copy of the statue of liberty in Loch Modan(France) and a full size one in Northrend.. Remains of NY? Hey just ask Colonel Taylor about earth changes and lady liberty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amonra View Post
    Those little tidbits of lore that you believe, yet aren't mentioned anywhere. Be it by deduction or just made up, they are non-contradictory of established lore and they don't interfere with anything major.

    I believe that Quel'thalas' Ranger-Generals have blue uniforms and its part of the position. Both Sylvanas and Halduron wear blue armor, even when it doesn't make sense from a camouflaging perspective, even Vereesa wears blue as R-G of the Silver Covenant (Maybe as a sign of respect of high elven traditions) when she used to wear green.

    So, what are your headcanons? The highest the level pf plausibility, the better!
    Fun fact: high elvish colors are the same as blood elvish, IE red and crimson (mentioned in Arthas, and hasn't been contradicted since).

    My headcanon is that there are priests of the sunwell, so there was most likely a paladin-esque variant, despite paladins proper being created during the second war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feio View Post
    I like to believe (I've just come to the conclusion yesterday in another thread) that Arthas' changing after he had picked up Frostmourne was deliberate, as in he wasn't corrupted against his will. I think that either Ner'Zhul told him about the Legion's plans even before Kel'Thuzad told him about the Nathrezim and stuff or he just guessed that there must be more background to the whole Scourge story - the Burning Legion.

    Think about it, Arthas as a paladin couldn't have changed shit about whether or not the Legion's plans would come to fruition and he possibly knew that. He may have sped up things a little by all the shit he did in the WC3 undead campaign, but if it hadn't been for Arthas' actions (i.e. culling of Stratholme, which probably saved Lordaeron for a while and thus delayed Archimonde's arrival, killing Mal'Ganis, telling Illidan how to kill Tichondrius, ending the remaining Dread Lords' reign over Lordaeron and defeating Illidan at Icecrown) Azeroth would probably have been invaded by the Burning Legion by now. In the end, he saved Azeroth. For the moment...

    Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong or anything mentioned in any books (never read any of them) might prove me wrong.
    This is tricky. In WC3, the Dreadlords used Arthas to pillage Silvermoon, and use the Sunwell to ressurect Kel'Thuzad.
    Who with the Book of Medivh summoned Archimonde. So without Arthas, Would the dreadlords have the means to
    summon Archimonde and start the invasion. Not just anyone could summon Archimonde, it took a powerful wizard
    with the Book of Medivh. Warcraft what ifs are so interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mechazod View Post

    -Likewise on one of Azeroth's moons there is a hidden titan complex that was the main base of operations for the titans themselves during the war against the old gods and overseeing the original re-origination of the world. Also there is a chance that one of the Old Gods was somehow imprisoned on the 2nd moon of Azeroth.
    I love it. I want a space expansion ASAP! World of Warcraft: The Moon odyssey

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    My weird theory/headcanon of the day:

    After shepherding the fledgling human race from their Vrykul ancestors, from Northrend to what is now the Eastern Kingdoms the Watcher Tyr taught and inspired Azeroth's first generations of Paladins through acts of honor, duty and selflessness. With the holy light being the source of Tyr's powers that allowed him to overcome the "unspeakable evil" the humans faced when they first came to that part of the world. Hence The Order of the Silver Hand, The Argent Dawn and Argent crusade venerate the legend of Tyr.

    Before Tyr could return to his station in the Storm Peaks, the corrupted Loken placed Tyr in a deep sleep knowing he could overcome the Old God's evil. Tyr is currently asleep somewhere far beneath Light's Hope Chapel why the ground is considered sacred aside from the holy dead buried there.

    The Val'kyr were once the angelic avengers and harbingers of Thorim and Tyr, warriors of justice but became a shadow of their former glory after Thorim fell into a deep depression and Tyr went missing, hence why they are grey and black. Some joined the scourge mistaking his rise as the return of the watcher Tyr.
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    Oooh, that's some nice headcanon. Anything related to the undead AND norse mythology will get me jumping in my seat.

    The first paladins being inspired by Tyr and then naming their first faction as The Order of the Silver Hand sounds really neat.
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