Sunday, November 14, 2010


The other night we got a guild group together and tried out Algalon. With only an hour before he despawns for the week I wasn't all that hopeful that we would get him. And sadly we didn't. However we did do a pretty good job learning the mechanics. And I'm confident that we can get him next week.

However it's a bit strange to look at those chat logs. Should we be trying to kill Algalon? He has been sent by the Titans. The creators of the universe. He says very clearly that it's better for the entire universe if they destroy Azeroth and reform it. Who am I, who are we, to try to kill him and stop him from making sure that the right thing gets done?

This seems like yet another case where the player characters are doing something for the wrong reason. Others I can think of off the top of my head are Releasing Hakkar back into the world, Helping Loken capture Thorim (and the subsequent death of Loken which started Algalon investigating), and the Cleansing Drak'Tharon. Oh and don't forget selling Kel'Thuzad's phylactery to someone bad instead of destroying it.

So perhaps we should leave Algalon to do his observation, and let the Titans reform Azeroth.

Nah! I want that title and achieve points. I'm sure the Titans are just way too busy to notice that we've got evil old gods and the Lich King and all sorts of other bad stuff happening on Azeroth. They won't bother coming to check us out. We'll be fine!

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