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« am: 25. März 2013, 11:18:16 »

C'Thun:

C'Thun, the first named Old God.

C'Thun was the first of the Old Gods to be named, having received this name from its creations; the Qiraji. C'Thun was struck down in the region known as Silithus during the dawning of the world, in a battle which is said to also have resulted in the "falling" of a Titan. C'Thun was believed to have been slain permanently by the Titans, but the Old God resurfaced over the course of history as the driving force behind the Qiraji. It is trapped deep beneath the ruined temples of Ahn'Qiraj, where it has exerted its will for thousands of years over its Qiraji avatars, who in turn command the Silithid swarm.

C'Thun is the final boss in the Temple of Ahn'Qiraj.


Yogg-Saron:

Yogg-Saron, "the lucid dream".

Described by the demigod Ursoc as "the beast with a thousand maws", Yogg-Saron was the second Old God to be explicitly named such. The dire entity refers to itself in ways as "the lucid dream", "the god of death" or "the true face of death", and appears to secrete a substance named Saronite across Northrend which is capable of driving any that have been exposed to it to murderous insanity. Slinkin the Demo-gnome discovered shortly before his demise that a mysterious connection seemed to exist between the Old God Yogg-Saron and the undead Scourge. In his final note, he claimed to have overheard some of the undead uttering the name "Yogg-Saron" with a tone of tremendous hatred and contempt, which was usually followed by outbursts of rage from other undead. Yet, the Scourge appeared to be mining for Saronite on an industrial scale.

Yogg-Saron's underground prison extends through much of east-central Northrend; his influence has been felt directly in the Grizzly Hills (Vordrassil, the Grizzlemaw Furbolgs and Ursoc), Dragonblight (Ahn'kahet: The Old Kingdom, with faceless ones and a sect of the Twilight's Hammer dedicated to Yogg-Saron) and the Storm Peaks (Ulduar, and the corrupted Titanic guardian Loken). The Old God is located within his prison deep inside Ulduar, and is the final boss of the raid instance, much as C'Thun was the final boss in Ahn'Qiraj.
N'Zoth


N'Zoth:

The third Old God to be named, N'Zoth, was confirmed during Blizzcon 2010 to be the source of the Emerald Nightmare, which has twisted large segments of the Emerald Dream along with its corresponding regions in the waking world. N'Zoth makes several indirect appearances in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm during quest chains in the Vashj'ir zone, and the story implies it to be the driving force behind the naga and the faceless ones. During Blizzcon 2010's Quests and Lore panel, Chris Metzen also mentioned that N'Zoth may be the one "signing Deathwing's checks", adding the remark that this Old God is "a real problem".
Y'Shaarj


Y'Shaarj:

The fourth Old God to be named, Y'Shaarj is worshiped by the mantid of Pandaria, who claim he had seven heads and was slain by the "Usurpers". Upon his death, Y'shaarj's "last terrible breath" left Pandaria haunted with "shadows of his former glory", hinted to be the Sha.


Quelle: wowpedia.com




Wenn man das so liest, kommt man ja ins Spekulieren. Y'Shaarj, oder irgendeine Sha artige Manifestation seinerseits könnte der finale Boss in Pandaria sein. Irgendwie in Kombination mit dem womöglich korrumpierten Garrosh (Siege on Ogrimmar ist als Patch ja schon bestätigt, soweit ich weiß).

N-Zoth wiederum schreit ja förmlich nach dem viel spekulierten Emerald Dream Addon in Kombination mit Azshara und ihren Naga (wenn der schon on Vashir dauernd thematisiert wird). Würde auch insofern passen, da ja jeder alte Gott immer auch irgendeinen mächtigen Vasallen hat, den er kontrolliert.



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« Antwort #1 am: 25. März 2013, 14:09:23 »

jaja wie wow lore  Glubschaugen
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« Antwort #2 am: 25. März 2013, 16:55:00 »

Mit sargeras und allem was dazugehört (archimonde, sunwell, nerzhul/lk/arthas) haben die aber nix zu tun, oder?
das hieße ja dann, dass alles böse in ganz warcraft entweder burning legion, oder old gods ist, richtig?
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« Antwort #3 am: 25. März 2013, 17:33:49 »

Wenn wir von globalem Bösem sprechen und nicht so Kalibern, wie Hogger, kann man das so zusammenfassen, ja.
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