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Not a paradox.
In End Time, the aspects ceased to be after the battle with Deathwing. As such, Nozdormu in that timeline was no longer timeless, and he became Murozond.
In THAT timeline, he was not timeless. As such, he split from the main Nozdormu.
From what i remember reading somewhere, (not really sure where, but for some reason i remember it) everything in caverns of time was events that the infinite dragons were interferring with because they were trying to prevent their own deaths. End Time was part of a progression line, Nozdormu was trying to send us back in time to the well of eternity, but there was a time anomoly in the timeways preventing us from travelling anywhere but that point. Even Noz didnt know what the anomoly was, but he assumed it had to be himself, because only he was powerful enough to stop himself. But since End Time happens in a future where Deathwing wins, that means the Old Gods won too...which might mean Murozond might actually be the Old God infection of Noz, and makes him powerful enough to stop Nozdormu, if not for us helping in End Time.
Cant help but think of this every time someone brings up time travel paradoxes.
Also paradoxes largely resolve themselves, eventually.
My name is Cernunnos, I will love you like no other, I have died a thousand deaths, each time I died I thought of you.
And thats why you never introduce time travel into your fiction.
The common man is like a worm in the gut of a corpse, trapped inside a prison of cold flesh, helpless and uncaring, unaware even of the inevitability of its own doom.
there are millions of different timelines and outcomes. just because he didnt get created in this one doesnt mean he wasnt in some other timeline. also wibbly wobbly timey wimey
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wait,. i just remembered something. didnt noz bind all the timelines together after deathwing died so it always happened? how does that work then O_o
"I was a normal baby for 30 seconds, then ninjas stole my mamma" - Deadpool
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In both the Dungeon Journal and the Thrall book, it is said that the Old Gods eventually turn Nozdormu into Murozand. The Old God must have some time travel/bending powers, else they wouldn't have been able to cause that distortion so the War of the Ancients would have happened differently so they could have escaped. So Old Gods probably gave Nozdormu/Murozand his time travel powers back (although not as powerfull as his aspect self).
Murozand, just like Nozdormu, exist in every time. Not to forget Murozand says that the End Time we see is like a walk in the park compared to the TRUE horrors of the even worse version of End Time. Alternate possible timeline Murozand can also exist. He did sent Alternate timeline Blackmoore after Thrall to kill him. So an "alternate timeline" Murozand will probably also exist.
what i don't understand is that, from what has been said in the game before, nozdormu is supposed to be a constant in time. how can there be a second him?
oh well though, take a listen to this dialogue, the bronze flight is starting their descent http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=Mmsq3hlenOM
Again, just because the Aspects lost much of the powers they held does not mean they lost all of them. Nozdormu may not be able to hold millions of time-ways together like he did in the War of the Ancients Trilogy, but he still has dominion of many time-based powers. Kalec is still a master of the arcane flows. Ysera still a beacon of nature, and Alexstrazsa still a queen of life. Becoming weaker does not mean becoming neutered.
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Last edited by Aquamonkey; 2013-07-13 at 04:44 AM. Reason: better translation
Originally Posted by Blizzard EntertainmentOriginally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment