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I'm just a guy seeking pleasure in the simple things of life. Grateful for the wealth I do have, thankful for the diseases I don't.

Don't aim to outshine the stars - aim to shine among them.
Unseen and yet adding to the beauty that is the world. The best part is: You always shine, however dim it may be. So you're always part of the beauty that is the world.

If you fear that you might not be shining at all, hit me up. I'll help you see your own light.

Besides that I'm also pretty cool. Yo.

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#242 - Yeah, I know. You talking about the fellow titans. But he …  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2016 on Warcraft Alignment Chart 0
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#243 - logiblack (09/14/2016) [-]
I do think however that he lost his mind somewhere on the way.
So I don't want to say that this is still his conscious decision to fight at our current point, but that it was his reasoning at the very beginning. Seeing another titan might shake him out of the insanity he succumbed to and bring him back. Remind him of his original cause. Destroying worlds to stop the void from getting a corrupted titan. An once infected now cured world, birthing a healthy titan would counter counter his argument.

It would be kinda rad to fight ever and ever against this unstoppable burning legion, finally getting to sargeras who is just far too powerful for measly humans to touch.
A new titan emerges and follows you into battle against his own kin, stunning Sargeras into disbelief - still keen on destroying everything there is.
And even with that titan you struggle gravely against Sargeras until suddenly he stops and commends on your every fighting skills.
Finally seeing a way to save titans from the void. In you lots. You did it before and you can do it again.

Offering his help and a ceasefire to bring the fight to the true enemy of existence.
It would be hella interesting

But it'll probably be just "Kill Sargeras. Move on. Kill void. Move on. Peace. Yay. You did it. You a winner."
#73 - Killed his own kin because of the irredeemeble corruption of t…  [+] (3 replies) 09/13/2016 on Warcraft Alignment Chart +1
#238 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
No, I mean, he killed his bretheren, aman'thul, norgannon and the likes, who created live throughout theuniverse.

Not talking about old god infested worlds.
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#242 - logiblack (09/14/2016) [-]
Yeah, I know. You talking about the fellow titans.
But he killed them (at least due to the revisited lore) because he didn't see any other way.

They wanted to save old-god infested worlds.
He couldn't see a way to save them and would rather kill infested worlds than let the void have some titans. Since his fellow kinsmen didn't quite agree with him he saw no other choice but to fight. From what I gather his reasoning comes out of fear of what the void might do with a corrupted titan.
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#243 - logiblack (09/14/2016) [-]
I do think however that he lost his mind somewhere on the way.
So I don't want to say that this is still his conscious decision to fight at our current point, but that it was his reasoning at the very beginning. Seeing another titan might shake him out of the insanity he succumbed to and bring him back. Remind him of his original cause. Destroying worlds to stop the void from getting a corrupted titan. An once infected now cured world, birthing a healthy titan would counter counter his argument.

It would be kinda rad to fight ever and ever against this unstoppable burning legion, finally getting to sargeras who is just far too powerful for measly humans to touch.
A new titan emerges and follows you into battle against his own kin, stunning Sargeras into disbelief - still keen on destroying everything there is.
And even with that titan you struggle gravely against Sargeras until suddenly he stops and commends on your every fighting skills.
Finally seeing a way to save titans from the void. In you lots. You did it before and you can do it again.

Offering his help and a ceasefire to bring the fight to the true enemy of existence.
It would be hella interesting

But it'll probably be just "Kill Sargeras. Move on. Kill void. Move on. Peace. Yay. You did it. You a winner."
#55 - I thin we're gonna fight with Sargeras against the void lord…  [+] (6 replies) 09/13/2016 on Warcraft Alignment Chart +1
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#103 - Tyranitar (09/13/2016) [-]
If the pre-Legion comics are believed to be canon, we aren't even going to encounter them in WoW. Old man Anduin goes off to deal with them on the Exodar.
#68 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
Well, nah. He's so hellbend on killing this titan inside azeroth, and purge the world of all life...

Just imagine. Every villain that is not OldGod, and all they did, personified the insanity Sargeras is. He -killed- the pantheon, his own kin.
Do you really think he's redeemable?
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#73 - logiblack (09/13/2016) [-]
Killed his own kin because of the irredeemeble corruption of the void.
Now imagine Azeroth's titan being born and alright. Not corrupted. An old-god corrupted world that births a healthy titan. Ready to fight with us against a mad Sargeras who then realizes that the voidcorruption is not a given just because of a few old gods. His whole point to fight was to solely because he thought that any old-god corrupted world is lost. No way of birthing a healthy titan. Seeing another, healthy specimen of his own kind might help him.

At the very least I think the titan will emerge and Sargeras will have a moment of realization.
#238 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
No, I mean, he killed his bretheren, aman'thul, norgannon and the likes, who created live throughout theuniverse.

Not talking about old god infested worlds.
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#242 - logiblack (09/14/2016) [-]
Yeah, I know. You talking about the fellow titans.
But he killed them (at least due to the revisited lore) because he didn't see any other way.

They wanted to save old-god infested worlds.
He couldn't see a way to save them and would rather kill infested worlds than let the void have some titans. Since his fellow kinsmen didn't quite agree with him he saw no other choice but to fight. From what I gather his reasoning comes out of fear of what the void might do with a corrupted titan.
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#243 - logiblack (09/14/2016) [-]
I do think however that he lost his mind somewhere on the way.
So I don't want to say that this is still his conscious decision to fight at our current point, but that it was his reasoning at the very beginning. Seeing another titan might shake him out of the insanity he succumbed to and bring him back. Remind him of his original cause. Destroying worlds to stop the void from getting a corrupted titan. An once infected now cured world, birthing a healthy titan would counter counter his argument.

It would be kinda rad to fight ever and ever against this unstoppable burning legion, finally getting to sargeras who is just far too powerful for measly humans to touch.
A new titan emerges and follows you into battle against his own kin, stunning Sargeras into disbelief - still keen on destroying everything there is.
And even with that titan you struggle gravely against Sargeras until suddenly he stops and commends on your every fighting skills.
Finally seeing a way to save titans from the void. In you lots. You did it before and you can do it again.

Offering his help and a ceasefire to bring the fight to the true enemy of existence.
It would be hella interesting

But it'll probably be just "Kill Sargeras. Move on. Kill void. Move on. Peace. Yay. You did it. You a winner."
#7 - *modes 09/08/2016 on Fucking Bastion 0
#61 - >Gaius Pumidius Dipilus was here on October 3rd 78 BC G…  [+] (2 replies) 09/08/2016 on In rome do as the romans do +15
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#64 - logiblack (09/08/2016) [-]
Also Appelus the chamberlain and Dexter, the slave of Caesar were nice men.
They came back the next year to do yet another grafitti to express their statisfaction.
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#63 - kaminaofteamgurren (09/08/2016) [-]
I assume when they translated these they also changed the dates to how we would do them.