so what does this signify? any ideas?
so what does this signify? any ideas?
Most likely Ra-Den. I think someone said he shows up in the Dungeon Journal as this portrait.
Lots of Mogu x Titan related stuff coming in 5.2. Looking forward to it
It's Ra-Den, the Watcher that the Thunder King got his power from. It's an exciting prospect at first, until you realize that it's just a Watcher and not an actual Titan. All the Titan-style models are labeled as "titan", even though the only Titan ever seen in game was during a brief pre-Cataclysm Wetlands post-quest cut scene type hologram. All the other models labeled as Titans are just Watchers.
A lot of people say they think it's Tyr - who has been missing since the events surrounding Ulduar - but unless they do further changes on the model it can't be, seeing as Tyr has a silver fist for a right hand after losing it in battle.
I thought titans would be.. well, titanic. D: Doesn't looke that large. And very humanoid.
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ok thanks, i havnt been able to get into ptr so just wondering, i really didnt think a titan that wounded and captured by trolls or sth but i didnt rule out the possibility.
see they also have that lizard thing also on the front page is it just me that thinks that through the gashes in the watcher/titan model it looks possible the lizard man could be inside the shell?
If you go down to round two, the question is asked if a true titan has ever been seen before in-game, and they replied with no.
So, I'm just going to throw this idea into all of your heads. What if the Mogu descended from the titans themselves? What if we find out that through some sort of weird titan magic we haven't heard of yet that the mogu are titans but are just much much less powerful? I'm not implying that the Mogu are biological children of the titans, but wouldn't that blow your mind?
I want to throw that idea into your head, because someone did it to me and now It hurts my head.
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The mogu tell a legend about Lei Shen, the Thunder King. His followers fell to their knees before him. "We will call you 'The Lightning King,'" they said. It is said that he tore out the very heart of the mogu God. And from that hateful act he gained power over wind and storm.
But Lei Shen did not agree. "Lightning strikes in an instant and is over in a flash," he said. "But thunder. Thunder! Thunder proclaims the coming of the storm." "Thunder quakes the skies long before the lightning strikes, and thunder echoes in the hills long after lightningï¿½s power is spent." "It is thunder that sends animals cowering and fills the hearts of peasants with dread. Let thunder be my herald, so that my power is felt throughout the land." "I will be... The Thunder King." Oh my friend - that awful sound. For a hundred hundred generations the crash of thunder filled the hearts of pandaren with terror.
It is said that after the revolution, the Red Crane of Hope placed the rainbow in the sky, so that pandaren would know not to fear the storms any longer. I do not see any rainbows today. Do you?
Fathers and sons. Mothers and daughters. As parents, we pass our legacy on to our children. What values do we choose to instill in our progeny? What will our children learn from our mistakes? What sort of world will we create and leave behind for our daughters and sons? Parents place their children on a path, but they do not always know where the road will take them.
The mogu were children as well. Children of the Titans. They were once a legion of stone, heartless and obedient. By the Titans' command, they fought the terrible servants of the Old Gods.
They shaped the mountains and carved the rivers of the land. And they created a magical cradle of life in a hidden valley that we now call the Vale of Eternal Blossoms.
But eventually the Titans fell silent. And their creations were cursed with flesh. The mogu grew restless. Many generations later, when Thunder King united them, they seized upon their legacy! I truly believe now that the mogu thought they were doing the work of the Titans. They fought against the mantid and used the powers of the Vale to create new life. Ah, but such terrible works! Parents cannot always be assured of the legacy they will leave behind. How especially true this is, when the parents are Gods. And their children - monsters.
I get that they are all Titan-related, but that does mean they can't update the skeletons. It's been 8 years for god's sake.
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