I meant that defeat does not neccesarily mean killing, but it does not neccesarily mean imprisonment either. You need to understand that those blizz citates are incredibly vague.
I have pasted many times blizz implying that yshaarj is not really dead.
And confirmed in game: "Kil'ruk the Wind-Reaver says: When the usurpers came - the ones you call "Titans" - Y'shaarj was destroyed."Originally Posted by Dave Kosak
"But Y'shaarj itself is very, very, very dead." I'm no expert, but I think Kosak is trying to imply that maybe Y'shaarj isn't really dead...
I have a feeling that y'shaarj is the true baddie in this expansion amirite?
He is dead. (Source)
How can Old Gods die if "They're outside the cycle"?
"What is dead may never die?" (Source)
mmo-champion news page 5
Cant you comprehend anything that you read?
That guy is asking blue how old god can die, and blu answers that they are dead to begin with so they cant die
"But Y'shaarj itself is very, very, very dead."
"Not every Old God is still alive and plotting. The Titans actually did kill a lot, so this particular Old God is dead. And is safely dead. Not all of the Old Gods were entombed."
"Garrosh brings heart of Y'shaarj back to life using the pools of Pandaria. Fortunately, the whole God isn't resurrected."
Yeah and my point was that blizz contradicts itself and/or is incredibly vague. Also, that big citate goes with that the old gods are indeed dead, so you cant kill them
Its also very common phrase. I am giving up now with you. If you cant understand that, or anything at this point, you probably never.
"Outside the cycle" was put in during WotLK.
They even put in "Even death may die..." for the Puzzle Box of Yogg-Saron during Cata.
But of course, that 1 line about "outside the cycle" from 5 years ago should completely override all the times they've said recently that the Old Gods can die and have died... If you're clinging so much to "outside the cycle", consider it retconned.
I've got a question that I might as well post in here since it's not really worth creating a separate thread.
On wowpedia Sargeras' size is described as: 'Sargeras is a huge being almost beyond comprehension'
How could he have fit through the tiny well of eternity?
The power the stranger radiated swirled in glorious hues and vibrations, flowing like a cape behind him, encircling his mighty
head with light like a crown.
--Rise of the Horde
A resounding bellow of outrage deafened the injured warrior. Through what remained of his good eye, Brox caught sight of a titanic, horned figure in molten black armor whose thick mane and beard appeared to be composed of wildly dancing flames. The orc could not make out the giant's features well enough, yet somehow knew them to be both wondrously perfect and terribly awful at the same time.
Then, the titan raised one arm and in it Brox beheld a long, wicked sword the upper half of whose blade had been broken off. What remained was jagged and still very capable of slaying.
Sargeras stood at the gateway. Despite the incredible forces driving his horde back into his realm, the lord of the Legion pressed forward. Slowly, surely, he reached the portal…
But as Sargeras neared, Krasus noted a stunning thing. The demon lord was injured, albeit minutely. A small slash mark decorated his right leg, a mark that Krasus‟s keen eyes recognized as made by an ax.
In comparison to Sargeras, both Archimonde and Mannoroth were as fleas. The power of a hundred dragons would have been as nothing to him. Had Krasus sought to strike Sargeras directly, either in the chest or head, the results would have been laughable, at least to the demon lord. That Brox had managed his miraculous attack at all said much for the power imbued in the weapon by the druid and his shan‟do.
Inb4 there was actually an old god on the nathrezim homeworld that is the source of fel energies aka the real mastermind of the burning legion.
Basically, the burning legion is akin to the faceless one, thralls used to wage war against other old gods, titans, etc.
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The portal strengthened. The time when to usurp it fast approached. Most amusing, the pathetic little beings who fought the fallen Titan‟s warriors thought that they could take back the disk. Even now, the imprisoned entities could sense the dragons—the Titans‟ hounds—approaching the Well.
It's from War of the Ancients: Book 3: The Sundering.