With the information provided by the Chronicle, I cannot help but to wonder if the Aspect of Death, Deathwing, was uniquely susceptible to the warlocks’ fel magic. Fel magic is the magic that all titans (living worlds) were uniquely susceptible to and one titan known as Azeroth is where the Aspect of Death inhabited.
Aspect of Earth
Deathwing was once the proto-dragon Neltharion and he helped his fellow proto-dragons — Alexstrasza, Malygos, Nozdormu, and Ysera — defeat an abomination known as Galakrond. Now, after the proto-dragons defeated Galakrond, the titanic keepers — creatures created by the living worlds — journeyed to the frozen tundra where the battle had taken place. Acting as conduits of their creators’ powers, the gathered keepers bestowed the blessings of the titan Pantheon upon each proto-dragon. The Keeper Archaedas in particular asked his creator, Khaz’goroth, to bestow some of his vast power upon the indomitable proto-dragon Neltharion. Known afterward as the Earth-Warder, Neltharion was given charge over the mountains and deep caverns of the earth. He embodied the strength of the world — a world that was uniquely susceptible to fel magic as a titan.
I presume that fel magic corrupted Neltharion and ultimately destroyed him. Prior to his world even existing, there was a void. It is this very void that is partially (or ultimately) responsible for the existence of demons and worlds devoid of order. When regarding to World of Warcraft, the titan Azeroth was invaded by demons and Neltharion convinced his fellow Aspects to sacrifice a portion of their power and infuse it into the Dragon Soul, a weapon of his own design that he claimed would focus their powers and scour the demonic Legion from the face of Azeroth. Unbeknownst to the other Aspects, Neltharion had fallen prey to whispers of the Old Gods. Over the ages, the vile entities’ influence had tainted the bedrock surrounding their underground prisons. Neltharion’s innate ties to the earth made him uniquely susceptible to this evil.
Darkness had gradually pervaded the Aspect’s once-great heart. His descent into torment and madness led him to create the Dragon Soul, although it would later be called by another, more fitting, name: the Demon Soul. Amid a furious battle between the Legion and the night elf resistance, the five dragonflights made their final assault against the Legion. Working in unison with his comrades, Neltharion unleashed the full might of the empowered Dragon Soul and utterly decimated the Legion. Yet just as hope began to swell among the defenders, Neltharion turned the weapon against his own allies. Eventually, Neltharion would be known as Deathwing. His treachery would curse his own black dragonflight to a life of fear and seclusion. In the coming ages, they would find themselves hunted to the brink of extinction by the other flights due to Deathwing’s unforgivable betrayal.
Nekros, Thrall, And The Death Of Death’s Aspect
Eventually, a demon lord known as Kil’jaeden promised an orc known as Gul’dan godhood, teaching him the arts of a warlock, and helped him form the necrolytes. I presume that the goal of these necrolytes is the same as the goal of the very warlock who formed them as a group, Gul’dan. Anyways, one of the orcs who took up the ways of Gul’dan is known as Nekros and he eventually had learned much about the Demon Soul artifact from dreams and visions sent by Deathwing. The black Dragon Aspect had taught the orc of the Demon Soul’s true power, and he had instructed him in how to wield it. The greatest knowledge Deathwing had shared with Nekros was that the relic could be used to enslave Alexstrasza and other Dragon Aspects.
Nekros enslaved Alexstrasza but, with the interference of the mage Rhonin, Alexstrasza was eventually freed and was able to kill Nekros. After some timely wimey nonsense shenanigans, the Demon Soul of some alternate timeline was taken to the main timeline and used by the shaman Thrall to destroy the Aspect of Death. Whether this version of the Demon Soul had fel energies like the Demon Soul of the main timeline is yet to be revealed, but I wouldn’t be surprised if fel energies ultimately corrupted and destroyed the former aspect of a world that was uniquely susceptible to fel magic itself.
Hello, are you prepared for a rant storm? If not, you should grab some popcorn because I am going to be discussing the warlocks of World of Warcraft. A quick warning though: this displays cursing and freedom of free speech.
Affliction Of Chris Metzen’s Brain
In order to understand why warlocks are necrolytes or necromancers, we must understand that Chris Metzen is a lying schmuck. Babies and even the godlike titans (so-called living worlds) are not born with knowledge of demons. Demons are from an astral realm of existence that is fundamentally separate from the realm of existence that worlds and mortals come from. This means that mortals would not know of (or would not have known anything about) demons until demons somehow got into the physical universe and/or their existence was made known. And I’m just curious how their existence was made known when they’re just created by the mind of some deceiver. I’m just curious how their existence was made known when they exist to Chris Metzen the Deceiver. If anything, demons are unreal because they’re from an astral dimension created by the mind of the Deceiver. However, Chris Metzen loves the echoes of conflict and would say that the Twisting Nether can be a realm composed of stars, demonic worlds, and demonic civilizations despite the fact that the Twisting Nether would literally be the physical universe with an alternative name if it’s composed of stars, worlds, and civilizations. Anyways, I doubt warlocks can know of demons (or know anything true about demons) if demons are deceivers from an astral dimension created by the mind of Chris Metzen. Perhaps they’re priests who divine demonic knowledge from an astral body such as the sun.
Perhaps Chris Metzen has a disorder — a disease that would wither his brain away as time passes. Is there any substantial evidence ultimately proving that warlocks aren’t priests who can commune with the dead (necromancers)? I don’t believe so. The very universe that warlocks come from ultimately exist because of the priests’ Light and Void, which is exactly why I’m discussing priestly things here. And it’s not as if affliction warlocks are druids who somehow conjured their warlock powers using the titan-world Azeroth’s resources. When regarding to real life, energy cannot even be created or destroyed (it can be transformed). If anything, the warlocks’ fel powers are holy and shadow energies (or holy and shadow energies of some form), but of course Chris Metzen would have you believe that holy and shadow magics aren’t fel magics that govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe despite being cosmic forces that would be integral to cosmic systems. This moron would say that Azeroth — as a titan — was uniquely susceptible to fel magic, but guess what? Azeroth was uniquely susceptible to the sun’s cosmic heat and sunlight (radiation). Is Chris Metzen the Deceiver going to tell me that the cosmic sun god An’she cannot affect (or govern) the systems of the titan Azeroth because fel magic governs systems? Making a god seem limited…for shame.
Demonic Gods Of The Void
If warlocks aren’t priests, who are they and where did they get their powers from? If they didn’t get their powers from An’she, the goddess Elune, or the naaru, where did they get their powers from? Did they get their powers from the void lords? Void lords are dark spirits within the Void and they created physical manifestations of the Void known as Old Gods to corrupt titans (living worlds that were uniquely susceptible to the warlocks’ fel magic). Now, while the Old Gods may not have been formed as a result of the Light and Void energies that had bled together at the borders of the Twisting Nether, they do ultimately exist because of the very same Void that is partially responsible for the demons’ existence.Chris Metzen the Deceiver is not deceiving me for one second. I know that the Old Gods relate to demons in some way and are therefore demonic in a sense. I know that Chris Metzen is a nonsensical deceiver who would act as if the definitions of terms have no meaning and might as well be speaking his own made-up language. The Old Gods do indeed relate to demons in some way because they ultimately exist because of the Void, which can be considered demonic power in the sense that it relates to a demon (e.g. a shadow demon, a nightmare demon, etc.). Is Chris Metzen the Lying Schmuck going to tell me that the Void cannot affect (or govern) the cosmic systems of the physical universe despite being a cosmic force that can affect the systems of beings inside the physical universe? Well, he is a lying schmuck after all.
Anyways, I know those dark portals that warlocks open up are responsible for worlds devoid of life and order. I know Chris Metzen is a pathetic liar. Instead of treating warlocks as legitimate priests, he would treat warlocks as acolytes or pseudo-priests who can lead rituals (e.g. rituals of doom, rituals of summoning, etc.), refer to demons as benefactors, rename a temple to the Black Temple, and use shadow magic. In fact, he would treat the warlocks of the arcane and order-aligned world Azeroth as pseudo-conjurers who can use the Rain of Fire ability belonging to the conjurers of Warcraft 1 without being legitimate conjurers (practitioners of the arcane arts). This liar doesn’t seem to understand that warlocks aren’t whoever he says they are. Warlocks are defined by their abilities and what they do with those abilities. If warlocks have the ability of conjurers and practice conjuration, they are conjurers. Anyways, the void lords were envious of the titans (and mages?) power and they created the demonic Old Gods. Now, if an Old God were to infest Azeroth, a world that was uniquely susceptible to fel magic as a titan, I’d like to think that Old God was uniquely susceptible to fel magic by extension. Is Chris Metzen the Lying Schmuck going to tell me that warlocks aren’t gods who can destroy any Old God a void lord can create?
Demonology And Demonic Warlock Magics 101 For Chris Metzen The Deceiver
If warlocks aren’t priests who got their powers from the priest(ess)’ An’she, Elune, naaru, void lords, or Old Gods, who are they and where did they get their powers from? Did they get their powers from demons? If warlocks themselves aren’t demonic beings or demons, I doubt warlocks can use demonic power (or warlock magics) without being necromancers who are gifted with demonic power in exchange for their service as necromancers who seek to scour life on behalf of demons, which brings us to why Chris Metzen is a liar. Warlock magics are defined as demonic and warlock energy spreads like radiation. It has the same effect that “demonic blood” has and demonic blood can affect a being’s system, binding that being to the will of demons that seek to scour all life. Now, even though fel blood governs the cosmic systems of the physical universe and drinking it entails binding oneself to demons, it is not treated as blood/life magic or necromantic magic. This is because Chris Metzen is a deceiver who acts as if there are exceptions to the rule and acts as if nature magic or necromantic magic cannot (or does not) affect/govern the cosmic systems of the “living” universe and its inhabitants despite being a cosmic force that technically does govern (or hold sway over) every living thing.
At this point, it should be clear that Chris Metzen the Deceiver is a lying schmuck, but WHY stop here? It is time Chris Metzen the Deceiver learns what demonology isn’t. Unless warlocks are gods who can reach across time and space then pull out demons from a non-existent void, demonology is not the practice of maintaining absolute control over demons. I doubt warlocks can have full control over demonic creatures without essentially being gods or necromancers who can harvest the demonic souls of demonic creatures and transform them into soulless beings with no functioning mind or no free will. Now, there is a fundamental difference between demonic creatures and demons. Demons (per the Warcraft Encyclopedia) are immortals and there are no hard and fast rules to define what it means to be a god in Warcraft, save that all gods are immortal. Gods (who are neither omniscient nor omnipotent) can be fundamentally incorporeal (like Elune) or they may have physical bodies, which does not mean they are physical bodies. If anything, demons are nonphysical beings that warlocks can give physical forms to but of course Chris Metzen would act as if demons are living beings with fel flesh, conflating fel creatures who have fel flesh and fel spirits (e.g. fel orcs) with actual demons and treating demons as non-skeletal liches who have souls tethered to something. I despise this moron.
Destruction Of Chris Metzen’s Creations
If demons aren’t living beings whose souls go to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death, Chris Metzen should not expect me to believe that demons are living beings that can die. If demons aren’t living beings whose souls go to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death, Chris Metzen should not expect me to believe demons are living beings because I am absolutely not going to believe such nonsense is the truth. Demons are stated to be immortals and immortals are the opposite of mortals — living beings. And do you know who the opposite of living beings are? Dead beings. Demons are (un)dead and the legends, myths, and word games of Chris Metzen the Deceiver are not deceiving me for one second. The Warcraft Encyclopedia established that demons — as immortals — have the requirement to be considered gods and proposes the question if one can ever truly destroy a god, putting a lasting end to its existence. It then establishes that question, unfortunately, has departed the realm of philosophy. The fact that Chris Metzen is now acting as if demons are living beings that can die does not erase what he once established. Even until today, I still question the claim that demons are living creatures who can truly be destroyed and that is not entirely my fault. The claim that demons are living creatures who 1) seek to destroy all living creation and 2) have flesh despite being from an astral dimension that transcends all realities is just so ridiculous to me.
Chris Metzen blatantly conflates demonic creatures with actual demons, acting as if demons have flesh despite the fact that he established demons are from an astral dimension, so his integrity will be questioned. If demons have flesh, I cannot help but to wonder if they relate to Yogg-Saron, the Old God of Death. This Old God was a blighted aberration with shadow-touched life energies (or necrotic energies) that I believe necromancers can tap into. It used a curse known as the curse of flesh to transform titanic constructs into mortal creatures and I presume these creatures are essentially demons with an alternative name IF demons are truly living beings with flesh. I also presume that these creatures have Void energies of some measure since they were affected by the curse of flesh. Even if they don’t, I’m just curious why demons seek to destroy living beings if (key word: if) they themselves are living beings with flesh. Are they suicidal? If so, why do they not burn themselves with fel fire whilst they’re in the Twisting Nether? Is it because Chris Metzen the Deceiver is a deceiver who would have you believe demons are actually living beings who seek to destroy all life? Go figure.
Fel Magic — The Magic Of Fel Parodies Of Mages Who Have Overlapping Abilities With The Necromancers Of Diablo 2?
Fel demons don’t even represent the opposite of whatever the Old Gods and void lords represent so I doubt the claim that fel demons destroy life just because the titan Sargeras created a fel army to scour all creation to stop the void lords from corrupting worlds. Fel demons represent the opposite of whatever the titans represent and I presume that the goal of fel demons aligns perfectly with the goal of the Old God of Death. I presume that the goal of fel demons is to corrupt living worlds (titans) with fel energies and destroy them, turning them into walking contradictions that seek to scour all creation. I presume that Sargeras is a walking contradiction because this arcane titan was infused with fel energies and created a fel army composed of the very fel demons he fought and imprisoned (he’s like an undead infused with life magic).
If fel magic is the magic of a fel army created by an order-aligned titan, I’m just curious if the warlocks of Azeroth represent disorder, order, or both. If they represent the balance between disorder and order, it seems to me that they’re like the necromancers of Diablo 2, who have the ability to tap into life with the Life Tap ability. This ability was clearly given to the warlocks of World of Warcraft, but of course the liar Chris Metzen would act as if warlocks can have the abilities of a necromancer and tap into life force (or Spirit) without essentially being necromancers or power-addicted shaman who can transform life force (or Spirit) into a spiritual apparition. This lying schmuck does not get to act as if warlocks can have the abilities of necromancers and practice necromancy without being necromancers, not without paying a price of my choosing. And I choose to call this liar out for his bullshit nonsense. Unless warlocks are indestructible gods who created Sargeras and control Sargeras’s destiny, warlocks are necromancers.
Highborne Mages Are The First Warlocks Of Azeroth?
When regarding to World of Warcraft, Azeroth was first invaded by fel demons and their fel energies when the queen Azshara and her Highborne used the Well of Eternity’s arcane energies to bring the Legion’s minions into Azeroth. I like to think of these mages as the first true warlocks of Azeroth because they summoned the Legion’s fel minions and, by extension, their fel energies. Of course, perhaps being a warlock is much more than being about summoning the Legion’s fel minions and their fel energies? Perhaps. Still, certain Highborne were transformed into demonic creatures known as satyrs and some satyrs are considered to be warlocks. The first satyr was Xavius and — as a satyr warlock — I like to think of Xavius as the opposite of druids, beings who use nature magic. And, as we all should know, the opposite of nature magic is necromantic magic. I like to think that satyr warlocks are essentially power-addicted necromancers who would sacrifice demonic acolytes (e.g. Sargeras’ Burning Legion) then use their energies to (re)animate the dead Gul’dan-style. Of course, Chris Metzen would probably tell you that satyr warlocks can have the abilities of necromancers and practice necromancy without being necromancers.
I swear, some people don’t seem to understand that a mage who swears allegiance to a corrupt being in exchange for gifts of demonic power doesn’t necessarily stops being a mage.Mages of the arcane — diviners of secrets — have not divined every secret there is, so am I suppose to believe mages that wield the volatile arcane energies of Azeroth are all-knowing beings? No, I am not. Only a true god would be all-knowing, so I’m not suppose to believe that warlocks are merely former mages or those who have divined all there is to be divined. Even fel beings can keep fel secrets and obtaining fel secrets from fel beings through magical means? Yeah, it’s a warlock thing. Warlocks are diviners of a particular kind and if there is a single warlock that does not seek to scour living creation on behalf of Kil’jaeden or Sargeras, I want to know where he got his practices from because it certainly wasn’t from the eredar warlocks, orc warlocks, or satyr warlocks.
Kil’jaeden The Deceiver And The Necrolytes
“Bear witness to the undeniable power of our dark masters.” — the first orc warlock Gul’dan
Some people don’t seem to understand that all orc warlocks are defined by the first orc warlock and that all orc warlocks do what the first orc warlock did as a warlock. The Chronicle Volume 2 clearly establishes that Gul’dan — as the first orc warlock — was a servant of Kil’jaeden, formed the necrolytes with Kil’jaeden’s help, and spouted ideologies concerning demons and the Legion. As a demonologist trained by Kil’jaeden the Deceiver, Gul’dan was a deceiver himself and if he told someone that an orc demonologist maintains absolute power over creatures, he lied. If he told someone that warlocks aren’t deceivers who would deceive others into believing they — as warlocks — aren’t necrolytes or necromancers who serve a demon lord that seeks to bring living beings to a state of oblivion, he lied. He formed the necrolytes and surely there is a reason why. And I can only presume that the goal of the necrolytes is the same goal of the very warlock who formed them — the warlock Gul’dan. And just what was the goal of the orc warlock Gul’dan?
Well, Gul’dan’s goal — as a warlock — was to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden and I doubt a warlock can search for godhood if A) there is no god or B) a warlock doesn’t believe there is god. I doubt Gul’dan wasn’t a (pseudo-)shadow priest because he had necrolytes assist him with rituals and revered (or worshiped) Kil’jaeden the Deceiver as a benefactor. It was only after Kil’jaeden abandon him did Gul’dan question his faith in Kil’jaeden. And he didn’t have the ability to open some portal to some world by himself, let alone open a portal to some demonic realm of existence by himself. He needed the assistance of Medivh, a mage that was possessed by a portion of Sargeras’ demonic soul. He believed this human mage was a demon and so he was essentially a failed demonologist. Eventually, he got tired of being a Legion pawn, created the death knights, hoped the death knights would be loyal followers who would aid him in his search for godhood, and eventually got torn to shreds by demons for betraying Kil’jaeden. He was not some god who had mastery over chaos, demons, and shadow magic.
Magical Experiments Of A Necrolyte Or Necromancer
People know who the Gul’dan of W2 — as a warlock — was. People know what the Gul’dan of WC2 — as a warlock — sought. Gul’dan — as a warlock — was trained in the “arts arcane by” the Daemon Kil’jaeden. The Gul’dan of WC2 is perhaps the most powerful Warlock ever to walk the temporal plane and is obsessed with discovering the Tomb of Sargeras. He hopes to obtain ultimate power and THAT is because he is not a god who has the ultimate power to create perfect creations with souls perfectly attached to them and reverse time, bringing creations back to a state that seems more orderly. His actual creations are abominations or constructs. Necrolytes, Ogre-Magi, and the Death Knights are all results of his endless experiments with the forces of magic.
One of the things that all of these beings have in common is that they are all essentially warlocks who wield necromantic magiks: The death knights had the knowledge and souls of warlocks as well as truncheons reeking with the necromantic magiks of slain necrolytes. Necrolytes, trained in the arcane mysteries, are warlocks per WC2. Ogre-magi of WC2 are essentially ogres who are infused with the necromantic abilities of warlocks, wielding death magiks. Now, although the true loyalties of Gul’dan may have stayed only with himself and his quest to become omnipotent despite the fact that the spawn of his work has strengthened the Horde, Gul’dan’s area of study seems to be necromancy. And even until today, that still seems to be the case. Chris Metzen should be shamed for lying. While Gul’dan’s goal may have been to become a god who has dominance over creatures, dead and living, Gul’dan is defined by what he did and what he did is practice necromancy.
Medivh And The Orc Warlocks Of Warcraft 1 Are Not The Masters Of Chaos, Daemons, And/Or Shadow
And no where does the WC1 manual state that warlocks are the masters of chaos, daemons, and shadow so, as far as I’m aware of, Blizzard’s employees are deceiving people here. I’m not some person who would tolerate the descriptions of (role)playable warlocks as the truth because roleplay information about class fantasy =/= lore. Per WC1 itself, daemons are the true lords of chaos and not even the warlock Medivh has the power to control orcs, beings that are considered disciples of chaos at that time. So, am I suppose to believe that the orc warlocks of Warcraft 1 — disciples of chaos — have the power to fully control the true lords of chaos?No, I am not. I doubt warlocks can have full control over daemons without being legitimate gods or necromancers who can harvest the demonic souls of demonic creatures and control soulless bodies with no functioning mind or no free will. And the WC1 manual clearly establishes that Medivh was a warlock who began draining the soul of the land to increase his dark powers and has a mastery over the black arts because legends speak of his ability to command the daemons of hell, but why would Medivh — as a warlock of WC1 — drain the soul of the land and have a mastery over the black arts (a.k.a. the necromantic arts) just because legends speak of his ability to command the daemons of hell? Was Medivh — as a warlock — actually a necrolyte?
The WC1 manual clearly just presents flawed statements, statements designed to deceive people into believing that warlocks aren’t necrolytes. Quite literally, the warlocks of WC1 use the destructive power of the underworld (the world of the dead), the power that could destroy Azeroth, using it in their incantations and rituals — ceremonies that can (key word: can) be defined as religious. It is claimed that these dark brethren of Hades go where none others dare in search of ultimate power as the most powerful of the sects, but they don’t seem to be the most powerful of the sects at all to me. If the warlocks of Warcraft 1 aren’t necrolytes who can raise the dead and can commune with a daemon worshiped as a dark god, how are they powerful? They go where none others dare in search of ultimate power and THAT is because they don’t have ultimate power. Typically, ultimate power is the power of a god and I doubt warlocks can search for godhood if warlocks don’t even believe there is god. Anyways, their Towers hold the keys to unleashing the very essence of evil upon those they see as a threat to their devious plans. Spells that channel the fire and brimstone of hell through their bodies, or can summon forth great creatures — even daemons — are theirs to use.
Metzen May Forbid Warlocks From Channeling The Powers Of The Scourge Of A Thousand Worlds, But The Warlocks Are Going To Channel Them Anyways
And just how can the warlocks channel the demonic elements of hell through their bodies without essentially being demons themselves? They are a source of demonic elements, being able to channel them through their bodies even if a daemon isn’t “summoned”. The summon daemon spell is stated to be the most powerful spell ever rumored to exist. IT IS MERELY A RUMOR that the summon daemon spell exists and legends say that the caster would have the ability to summon forth a daemon by allowing his body to be sacrificed to enable its existence in the plane. The daemon DOES NOT EXIST in the mortals’ plane and it is claimed that the daemon would be guided by the spirit of the caster to do his bidding, but should the daemon be destroyed, the warlock’s life would be forfeit. The truth to this tale is questionable, but the incantations and rituals used to summon the creature may lay in some lost runic writings. The dream of every follower of the underworld is to rediscover these incantations and be able to command the power of the Daemon.
Essentially, the warlocks of WC1 are acolytes (followers) of the underworld and legends say that the caster would have the ability to summon forth a daemon by allowing his body to be sacrificed to enable its existence in the plane. Of course, these legends are supported by the fact that the WC1 manual also establishes that legend states that some have the power to summon daemons and control them, but if this is so, NONE ARE ALIVE TO TELL THE TALE OF HOW IT IS ACCOMPLISHED. The warlocks of WC1 are essentially necrolytes or undead acolytes who use the destructive power of the world of the dead, could use the stench of the dead to drain life, and channel the demonic fire of hell through their bodies. These acolytes have close ties to the demonic forces of hell and the necrolytes study the forbidden arts of the dead as a consequence of those ties. Does it not stand to reason that the warlocks of WC1 — as acolytes of the underworld — study the forbidden arts of the dead as a consequence of their close ties to the forces of hell? Oh, yes it does. Yes it does.
Necrolytes Are Warlocks Who Cannot Raise The Dead? Pt. 1
Now, the game designer Jeremy Feasel claims that necrolyte is a warlock thing, but I’m not going to trust this schmuck EVEN IF I agree with him. I have my reasons for claiming that the warlocks of WC1 are basically necrolytes who cannot raise the dead as undead, but what is Jeremy Feasel’s reason for stating that necrolyte is a warlock thing? If necrolyte is a warlock thing, I want to know why this game designer has utterly refused to design the game properly and has utterly refused to provide playable warlocks with the ability to raise the dead. I want to know why affliction warlocks have “the secrets of the necrolyte”, but cannot raise the dead as undead. Is it because affliction warlocks (the so-called masters of shadow magic) are limited to afflicting their enemies? Perhaps it’s because death knights have the ability to raise the dead? To me, the ability to raise the dead is just as much an iconic warlock ability as it is an iconic death knight ability because the first death knights were reanimated by the warlock Gul’dan and Jeremy Feasel would take away or rename the (role)playable warlocks’ necromantic abilities, making them appear as limited animancers who cannot animate the dead or water-downed necrolytes who cannot heal the (un)dead with death coil.
Quite literally, slight variations on 3/4 abilities belonging to the necrolytes of WC1 were given to the warlocks of World of Warcraft and people are telling me warlocks aren’t essentially necrolytes who cannot raise the dead? That’s enraging and I clearly blame their bullshit on Chris Metzen and his pathetic associates. They would infer that warlocks aren’t necrolytes or necromancers based on faulty premises of all sorts. They would say their magic isn’t the priests’ Light and Void magic (or a priestly magic of some form) even if energy cannot be created or destroyed (it can be converted/transformed). They would say that fel magic does not naturally exist and that it is created, yet refuse to treat it as a void that does not exist or some created shadowfire that needs to be fueled. Some would say that warlocks tap into life force (Spirit) with the Life Tap ability and convert it into fel magic, which Gul’dan claimed was a higher form of shamanism, yet refuse to treat warlocks as shaman who can tap into life force and transform it into a spiritual energy or spiritual apparition. In fact, Chris Metzen the Lying Schmuck would say that warlocks can have overlapping abilities with Diablo 2’s necromancers and practice necromancy without being necromancers. In fact, he would say that warlocks cannot draw out Spirit (a life-giving force) then use it to give life to the dead because that’s what necromancers do. Dishonor on this fool.
Necrolytes Are Warlocks Who Cannot Raise The Dead? Pt. 2
I seriously hope the fate of warlocks isn’t to be treated as limited, water-downed necromancers who have overlapping abilities with Diablo 2’s necromancers. I hope the fate of the warlocks isn’t to be governed by Chris Metzen the Lying Schmuck. Chris Metzen claimed that the warlock Gul’dan would transform the Shadow Council members into necromancers because fel magic was outlawed, but the claim of this lying freak does not compute. Per the Chronicle Volume 2, Gul’dan and his warlocks cared little for ancient laws. What was stopping Gul’dan from sacrificing demonic acolytes and using their demonic “life” essences to reanimate the dead other than the words of Chris Metzen the Lying Schmuck? You see, he has his pathetic friends pretend that warlocks are masters of demons or demonic creatures, but how can warlocks be the masters of demons if Gul’dan was a servant of a demon lord and couldn’t even harvest the souls of demonic creatures then use them to create demonic undead during an attempt to create loyal followers. How was Gul’dan the master of demons if the warlock ended up being torn to shreds by demons? If you’d ask me if Gul’dan should have drained all his life out with Life Tap, I would tell you that Gul’dan should have sacrificed himself along with his necrolytes. Just spare him such a fate you know? It’s embarrassing that the first orc demonologist could not maintain absolute control over demons during combat.
So, this is how Chris Metzen treats the so-called most powerful mortal warlock in history? As a water-downed necromancer who has overlapping abilities with death knights but cannot “govern” the systems of the living and undead or raise spirits with fel magic? Shame on him and all of his pathetic friends. You’d think that even the Aspect of Death and Aspect of Life themselves were uniquely susceptible to fel magic by extension because they inhabit the titan Azeroth, who was uniquely susceptible to fel magic as a titan. You’d think the warlock Nekros Skullcrusher — as a warlock — is a god or necromancer who governed the Aspect of Life because he was taught by the Aspect of Death, Deathwing, who shared with him the knowledge that the Demon Soul could be used to enslave Alexstrasza. You’d think that Gul’dan claimed that fel magic was a higher form of shamanism because warlocks inhabit a world composed of elements and use a magic that would govern the cosmic systems of a world. You’d think that Thrall is a higher form of shaman or necromancer who would even use the Demon Soul to bring Deathwing to a state of oblivion. Is Chris Metzen the Lying Schmuck going to tell me that Thrall isn’t going to destroy the Aspect of Death, Deathwing, with the faint fel energies on the Demon Soul? Shame on him.
Price Of The Warlocks’ Fel Magic
Anyways, according to the Warcraft 3 manual, the orcs left to wallow in the crowded internment camps slipped into a crippling lethargy with the death of Nekros. Some speculated that some strange disease brought about the lethargy but the archmage Antonidas posed a different hypothesis. Researching what little he could find of orcish history, Antonidas learned that the orcs had been under the crippling influence of demonic power (or warlock magics) for generations. He speculated that the orcs had been corrupted by demonic powers even before their first invasion of Azeroth. Clearly, demons had spiked the orcs’ blood, which in turn granted the brutes unnaturally heightened strength, endurance and aggression. Antonidas theorized that the orcs’ communal lethargy was not actually a disease, but a long-term racial withdrawal from the volatile Warlock magics that had made them fearsome, bloodlusted warriors. Though the symptoms were clear, Antonidas was unable to find a cure for the orcs’ present condition. Many of his fellow mages, as well as a few notable Alliance leaders, argued that finding a cure for the orcs would be an imprudent venture. He was left to ponder the orcs’ mysterious condition and his conclusion was that the orcs’ only cure would have to be a spiritual one…
This conclusion of Antonidas is flawed unless drawing in demonic warlock magics is a spiritual practice or spiritual ritual and warlocks are actually necrolytes who can make beings bloodlusted and raise their spirits up with fel magic, which Gul’dan claimed was a higher form of shamanism according to Blizzard’s Chronicle Volume 2. Obviously the cure for withdrawal from warlock magics is to draw in more warlock magics. You know, to give the person suffering from withdrawal the warlocks’ energy (or strength) and to raise his spirit up? Why is it that bloodlust was technically a warlock ability when regarding to WC2 since the ogre-magi of WC2 were ogre infused with the abilities of warlocks, but Chris Metzen would say that warlocks aren’t shaman who can instill beings with bloodlust and raise spirits up? Why would he have his game designers say warlocks cannot reanimate the dead even though they can when regarding to the lore? Something fishy is going on and I do not like it.
Scourge’s Necromancers Vs. Kil’jaeden’s Warlocks Pt. 1
“Paladin fool! The warlocks of the Blackrock Clan have spoken! Soon, demons will rain from the sky, and this wretched world will burn!” — Blademaster of the Blackrock Clan
Anyways, the orcs’ failure forced Kil’jaeden to create a new army to sow chaos (a fact that Blizzard’s employees would retcon). Kil’jaeden used fel magic to preserve Ner’zhul’s fel-tainted spirit (Ner’zhul’s body and spirit were tainted by fel energies but Blizzard’s employees would forget that fact) and used his chaotic, demonic powers to transform Ner’zhul into the Lich King (a fact that Blizzard’s employees would retcon because they don’t want people thinking warlocks can create liches with their chaotic powers). The Lich King was tasked with spreading a plague of undeath, a life-draining sickness that would transform the living into the undead. In a sense, the Lich King was like the warlock Gul’dan — who spread plague on behalf of Kil’jaeden. In a sense, the Lich King was an affliction warlock. OF COURSE Chris Metzen would claim that the Lich King wasn’t a warlock based on the faulty premise that he wasn’t a necromancer (see what I did there?). Anyways, the Lich King eventually got the mage Kel’Thuzad to lead an order of acolytes that would worship him as a god (much like how Kil’jaeden got Gul’dan to form the necrolytes) and eventually created the Scourge. Now, the lying Blizzard Historian schmuck known as Sean Copeland would tell you that Kel’Thuzad wasn’t a warlock but I implore you not to accept his nonsense as the truth.
I’m not seeing how the necrolytes or necromancers of the Scourge aren’t warlocks when they ultimately exist because of the Lich King and the warlock who created him. I’m not seeing how the necrolytes or necromancers of the Scourge aren’t warlocks when they ultimately exist because of Kil’jaeden and Sargeras, who created the Burning Legion to scour all creation. I’m not seeing how the necrolytes or necromancers of the Scourge aren’t warlocks when necrolytes are a group formed by the warlock Gul’dan. I’m not seeing how necrolytes or necromancers aren’t warlocks when the goal of a necrolyte or necromancer would be the same goal as the very warlock who formed the necrolytes. I can tell you now that the warlock Gul’dan did not form the necrolytes just so that they could be dark priests who dedicate much of their lives to worship of the Lich King and embrace insanity. The necrolytes have a very specific purpose to Kil’jaeden, who ultimately had the Horde and Scourge created for a certain reason. Those forsaken priests of the Cult of Forgotten Shadow? Yeah, their goal is the goal of warlocks — to gain ascendance, godhood, or ultimate power from Kil’jaeden or Sargeras. And if there is a single undead warlock who doesn’t seek to scour Azeroth or its human inhabitants during his war, the undead warlock certainly didn’t ultimately get his abilities from Kil’jaeden DESPITE the fact that he is responsible for the Scourge. Kil’jaeden the Deceiver is a necromancer with necromantic abilities.
Scourge’s Necromancers Vs. Kil’jaeden’s Warlocks Pt. 2
While Chris Metzen may have retconed fel energy essentially being death energy, the argument of his fanboys is still quite pathetic. Do THEY have any current evidence that suggests and ultimately proves that warlocks aren’t necromancers who can afflict the living with fel contagions (diseases), lead a group of acolytes, and use energies to scour a living world that was uniquely susceptible to fel magic whilst feigning obedience to a demon lord such as Kil’jaeden? Do they believe that necrolytes or necromancers are merely human mages who do these things whilst feigning obedience to a demon lord such as Mal’ganis? Why would necrolytes or necromancers be human mages if the warlock Gul’dan formed the necrolytes with the help of Kil’jaeden so that they would be able to spread plagues and raise the dead to fight at the Horde’s side? The Horde is the opposite of the Alliance so why would the human mages of the Alliance be necrolytes who dedicated themselves to learning the dark arts of necromancy and would be able to spread plague and raise the dead to fight at the Horde’s side? What’s the difference between a human warlock “of the Alliance” and an undead warlock “of the Horde”? Is the Horde a disorder-aligned army like the Legion that created it while the Alliance is order-aligned like the titan Azeroth? Are warlocks about the balance between disorder and order? Do they even care about the Alliance, Horde, Legion, and the Titans?
We all should know Chris Metzen’s intent for the warlocks of Azeroth. We should all know that the warlocks of WC1 use destructive energies of a place that is arguably necromantic in a sense, destructive power that could destroy Azeroth and its living inhabitants, but cannot bring the world Azeroth and its living inhabitants to a state of oblivion with death on behalf of daemons. We all should know that the necrolytes of WC2, trained in the arcane mysteries, are warlocks even though Chris Metzen acted as if the warlocks of WC2 can have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy without being necromancers. We all should know that warlocks of WC3 have the abilities of necromancers but Chris Metzen didn’t treat warlocks as necromancers. We all should know Chris Metzen essentially treated the warlocks of Vanilla (World of Warcraft) as necrolytes or necromancers who cannot raise the dead as undead with their death coil spell. We all should know that Blizzard’s game designers got people believing that an orc demonologist maintains absolute control over demons even though they treated the orc warlock Gul’dan as a servant of the demon lord Kil’jaeden and was torn to shreds by demons. We all should know that Chris Metzen is a deceiver who shouldn’t be treating a warlock as a servant of a demon lord who seeks to bring living beings to a state of oblivion IF he truly doesn’t want me to believe warlocks are necrolytes or necromancers.
The Goal Of Blood Elf Necrolytes Who Have Overlapping Abilities With Illidan The Betrayer
Chris Metzen acts as if warlocks are about fel magic, but canon has established that all creatures who use the power of fel magic, willingly or otherwise, slowly take on the appearance of demons. Of course, Chris Metzen would say that a blood elf warlock doesn’t gradually take on a demonic appearance because the ability to transform into a demonic elf is a demon hunter ability taught by Illidan. This person seems to be forgetting that Illidan learned from the eredar, is partially responsible for the existence of the high elves’ Sunwell, and taught blood elves how to siphon magic, partially (or ultimately) responsible for every blood elf warlock to exist. Blood elf warlocks basically got their practices from Illidan, so what differentiates a blood elf warlock from Illidan in terms of practices? Perhaps Illidan wields demonic powers, binds demons to his will, and destroys his enemies? That’s what a warlock does and Blizzard’s employees are telling me Illidan isn’t essentially a warlock who can (meta)morph or that the goal of Illidan isn’t the same as the goal of “HIS” warlocks? Outrageous.
Make no mistake, Chris Metzen is a deceiver who uses Kil’jaeden the Deceiver as a proxy to present deceits as the truthand if he told you that Illidan the Betrayer wouldn’t betray and deceive Kil’jaeden the Deceiver, he is lying. If Chris Metzen told you that Illidan wouldn’t betray Azeroth and feign obedience to Sargeras for power, he is lying. If Chris Metzen told you that Illidan and Kil’jaeden aren’t partially (or ultimately) responsible for the existence of the blood elves described as kor’kron necrolytes, he is lying. If he told you that blood elf warlocks wouldn’t betray Illidan the Betrayer and serve Kil’jaeden the Deceiver, he is lying. When regarding to the game (and perhaps the lore), plenty of blood elf warlocks followed the blood mage Kael’thas and ended up allying with Kil’jaeden. Is Chris Metzen the Deceiver going to tell me that warlocks aren’t blood mages who would make but an insignificant sacrifice — a living necrolyte or two, a few strands of seaweed — whilst feigning obedience to Kil’jaeden the Deceiver in exchange for life energies or necromantic powers that they can use to reanimate the dead during their attempt to conjure loyal servants? Shame…shame…shame…
The Goal Of An Ogre Deceiver And The Goal Of An Orc Deceiver
“I see dead people” — the ogre warlock Blackheart the Inciter
I swear on my life, Chris Metzen is a deceiver who would have his little imps act as if warlocks can have absolute control over demonic creatures without being gods or necromancers who can harvest the demonic souls of demonic creatures and transform demonic creatures into soulless undead beings with no free will (or no functioning mind). He would say that an orc demonologist has absolute control over demons but refuse to tell us how an orc demonologist can have absolute control over demons without being gods who know the true name of every demon ever to have existed. He would claim that the Book of Fel Names is said to contain the name of every demon ever to have existed, but refuse to tell us who created the book. The book was probably created by orc warlocks who were deceived by Kil’jaeden the Deceiver into believing he is an all-knowing god who can give warlocks godhood.
Whose to say an orc warlock isn’t a necrolyte or necromancer that specifically focuses on investigating the mysteries of fallen titan-worlds and former mortals destroyed by fel energies? Whose to say an orc warlock isn’t a necromancer? Chris Metzen? Chris Metzen is a deceiver who cannot handle the fact that I’m using his own lore to prove my point. Gul’dan sought to harness the cosmic essences or cosmic powers that were locked in the Tomb of Sargeras, but why seek to harness the power of Sargeras’ so-called tomb when he could have just harnessed the power of the godlike titan Azeroth? This is why Chris Metzen’s story is so silly. Should’ve, could’ve, would’ve, but didn’t. If Gul’dan knew that Sargeras — as a titan — is a world, why didn’t he just harness the power of the world Azeroth?
The Goal Of The Grand Deceiver Who Claims To Have Absolute Power
“Archmage Timear has foreseen a horrible event, which is about to transpire. A foolish gnome warlock is about to accidentally summon an Eredar lord of the Burning Legion into the middle of the Trial of the Crusader.” — Archmage Lan’dalock
I believe Chris Metzen needs to stand trial for his deceit. If warlocks aren’t necrolytes or necromancers who can “harvest” the demonic souls of demonic creatures and transform demonic creatures into soulless beings with no free will or no functioning mind, who are warlocks? Masters of a demon? Grand Warlock Wilfred Fizzlebang didn’t have any demon acolyte servants evidently assisting him with a ritual of summoning in which he ultimately summoned a being he didn’t intend to summon. He summoned Jaraxxus, eredar lord of the Legion, and ended up dying to the demon lord. Grand Warlock Wilfred was not a master of a demon and he did not have the absolute power of a true god, which means that he was deceiver who deceived others on Chris Metzen the Deceiver’s behalf. Gul’dan himself could not have opened a portal to the world Azeroth without any assistance from some mage on Azeroth. He could not have opened a portal to the world Azeroth by himself. So, am I suppose to believe that a sole warlock can open a portal to a demonic realm without assistance? No, I am not.
If there is a single gnome warlock who can open a portal to a realm without any assistance from a mage, I want to know where he got his abilities from because it certainly wasn’t from Gul’dan. And unless an affliction gnome warlock is actually Kil’jaeden the Deceiver in disguise and Kil’jaeden is a god(dess) who controls dark spirits composed of pure shadow energy (void lords), an affliction gnome warlock isn’t a TRUE master of shadow magic and Chris Metzen the Deceiver is a lying prick who should off himself. I’m not interested in (role)playing as some fel parody of mages who have overlapping abilities with Diablo 2’s necromancers but aren’t being treated as legitimate necromancers. I’m not interested in (role)playing as some cheap master of shadow magic (or cheap necrolyte) who CANNOT even use the shadowy powers of the physical manifestation of the Void known as Yogg-Saron, the Old God of Death, and raise the dead as undead. I’m interested in telling people what’s wrong with Chris Metzen’s story. Anything an orc warlock says is probably a deceit because the first orc warlock was deceived by Kil’jaeden the Deceiver into believing he’ll be given godhood.
The Goal Of The Orc Deceivers Who Have Overlapping Abilities With The Deceiver Pt. 1
“I could use the timeways to cheat death, but why bother when there are more elegant ways?” — the warlock Drom’kor, Timewalker Necrolyte
If there are orc warlocks who work against the Burning Legion, I want to know where they got their practice from because it certainly wasn’t from Kil’jaeden the Deceiver. You know, Kil’jaeden the Deceiver is classified as a warlock and he is the secondary commander of the Burning Legion, so why would he work against the Burning Legion he leads? If there are orc warlocks who work against the Burning Legion that Kil’jaeden leads, I want to know why. Perhaps orc warlocks have free will and can work against the very Legion commanded by the very eredar who gave them their abilities as a warlock?I don’t believe so. I believe warlocks are servants who serve Kil’jaeden the Deceiver. I believe they are servants who serve Kil’jaeden, would refer to him as a benefactor, and would feign obedience to him only after being tired of being Legion pawns. Just because Gul’dan feigned obedience to Kil’jaeden after he was tired of being a Legion pawn DOES NOT MEAN all orc warlocks immediately follow (there are orc warlocks serving Kil’jaeden during the events of Vanilla). The orc warlocks are indebted to Kil’jaeden and they should know what happened to their progenitor after he betrayed their lord. They should know that he died at a tomb. That should keep them in line.
I doubt orc warlocks aren’t necrolytes or necromancers who scour living beings with death in the form of necromantic magic, bringing living beings to a state of oblivion on behalf of Kil’jaeden the Deceiver and/or Sargeras. Now, Anne Stickney would have you believe that the necrolytes were warlocks and that they were definitely using fel energy, but this lying schmuck should not be trusted. What evidence suggests that necrolytes ARE no longer warlocks? What evidence suggests and ultimately proves that orc warlocks work against the very Legion commanded by the eredar who gave them their warlock abilities? At this point, it should be clear that an orc warlock is a deceiver who would even deceive the Council of the Black Harvest’s leader on behalf of Kil’jaeden. It should be clear that warlocks can hear fel voices that teach them spells UNLESS Chris Metzen is wishy washy and going to retcon his lore again. If anything, the netherlord himself is just a servant of some fel deceiver who whispers fel spells to him in exchange for servitude. Who knows, maybe the (role)playable warlock will be smacked down as if he’s a piñata after I make Metzen’s deceptions about warlocks known to his fanboys.
The Goal Of The Orc Deceivers Who Have Overlapping Abilities With The Deceiver Pt.2
I’m just curious how ALL warlocks aren’t necrolytes or necromancers when they channel the forbidden powers of the Scourge of a Thousand Worlds and seek to scour living beings on its behalf. While Chris Metzen the Deceiver may be treating fel energies as world-destroying fires that demolish living worlds (titans) over time until a storm obliterates them INSTEAD of treating fel magics as necromantic magics that slowly bring living worlds to a state of decay and eventual oblivion, this schmuck of a deceiver is not fooling me what-so-ever. Fel magic is not some fire because, if it is, a warlock seeking to weaponize it and use it in his war(craft) would be using Decay. If anything, disorder is just as unavoidable as death. If anything, the Legion is a fel force that slowly kills worlds and the living beings of those worlds WHETHER the Legion resides in the physical universe where worlds exist in OR in the Nether that connects worlds. If anything, fel magic is a death-giving force that is technically necromantic. But of course Chris Metzen is an annoying schmuck who would treat their magic as a fire instead of treating it as a necromantic force. Does this moron not know that I’m sick of this Legion is “burning” crap? The Aspect of Death was a burning dragon that ultimately sought to burn kingdoms. So the fuck what? Can warlocks be mini-aspects of death who seek to burn kingdoms?
Anyways, when regarding to Warlords of Draenor, Gul’dan is credited as the first warlock (which I believe is a result of the ignorance of Blizzard’s employees) and he is ultimately responsible for all warlocks that exist when regarding to the alternate timeline, including the necrophytes. Necrophytes are warlocks who desecrate the dead by summoning demons to inhabit their bones and — as warlocks — they use demonic power (or warlock magics). Warlock magics are the magics of necromancers of a particular kind and instead of treating all warlocks as necromancers of a particular kind (the kind that seeks to afflict the living with fel contagions, command a group of acolytes, and scour a living world whilst feigning obedience to a demon lord), Blizzard’s employees would rather infer that warlocks aren’t necromancers based on faulty premises of all sorts. If Gul’dan himself — as the first warlock — was a necromancer of a particular kind, the kind that uses the warlock magics of a place that is technically necromantic, it should be clear that ALL warlocks are necromancers of a particular kind. Now, is there any canon evidence that ultimately proves that all warlocks aren’t necromancers who would sacrifice demonic acolytes then use their energies to reanimate the dead? NOPE.
Ultimate Doom Of Azeroth’s Warlocks
People would say time changes, but it still seems as if Chris Metzen the Deceiver is treating the warlocks of WoW as if they’re the warlocks of Warcraft 1. It seems as if Chris Metzen is treating warlocks as acolytes who use destructive power in rituals (power that could destroy Azeroth and the living beings of that world), but cannot bring the living world Azeroth and the living beings of that world to a state of oblivion with death. It seems as if Chris Metzen retconed fel energy essentially being death energy, yet is still acting as if it’s some world-killing force that slowly kills a world and the living beings of that world. It seems as if the deceiver is specifically protecting Azeroth and its living inhabitants from the world-killing fel magic and preventing the warlocks of Azeroth from destroying Azeroth. You know what? If this is how Chris Metzen treats warlocks, I believe warlocks should just be acolytes or (pseudo-)priests who specifically sacrifice themselves during rituals of doom so that they don’t eventually die.
I just have to ask myself over and over again, what is the point of Chris Metzen’s parody? What was the true destiny of the first warlock? Was it to die? Where is his soul now? If the first warlock is dead, will the (role)playable warlock eventually die? Or is Chris Metzen a moron who is going to act as if the playable warlock of Azeroth is completely different from the so-called first warlock and is immune to death? Does he think I’m still interested in playing World of Warcraft after all of this nonsense bullshit garbage he fed me? Does he think I want to (role)play as cheap necrolytes or necromancers who have overlapping abilities with a death knight but are not being treated as legitimate necrolytes or necromancers? I’ve stopped playing WoW so if people infer that I’m complaining to Blizzard based on the premise that I want to (role)play a necromancer, they are just wrong. As I’ve stated before, I’m interested in telling people what’s wrong with Chris Metzen’s story. And if the highly destructive force of disorder could destroy Azeroth, why does it not destroy Azeroth? Is it because Azeroth is protected by Chris Metzen? If Azeroth is protected by Chris Metzen, any attempt an orc warlock makes to destroy Azeroth on behalf of Legion masters is doomed to fail. It seems to me that the destiny of an orc warlock is to fail and eventually die. I wonder how the people who play orc warlocks feel about that. I wonder how the orc warlocks feel about their progenitor being destroyed by some demonic mongrel who — as a demon hunter — should be hunting and killing himself.
Veil Of Chris Metzen The Deceiver Lifted? Pt. 1
“I was always envious of you. Your gift. Your faith. Your vision. I never believed that Sargeras could be stopped. Perhaps you will prove me wrong.” — Kil’jaeden the Deceiver’s lies to Velen.
As I stated before, unless Kil’jaeden is a god(dess) who controls dark spirits composed of pure shadow energy (void lords), Chris Metzen should off himself. Kil’jaeden was not born as a demon lord who promised godhood to an orc warlock. It is stated that demons had been formed as a result of the Light and Void energies that had bled together at the borders of the Twisting Nether, an astral realm of existence separate from the physical universe that Kil’jaeden came from. If Kil’jaeden was not formed as a result of the Light and Void energies that had bled together at the Twisting Nether’s borders, he simply did not belong to the group of beings that had been. The Warcraft Encyclopedia clearly established that demons — as immortals — have the requirement to be considered gods and proposes the question if one can ever truly destroy a god, putting a lasting end to its existence. It then establishes that question, unfortunately, has departed the realm of philosophy. The fact that Chris Metzen is now acting as if demons are living beings that can die does not erase what he once established. If Kil’jaeden wasn’t a living mortal whose soul went to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death, Chris Metzen is a schmuck who should not expect me to believe Kil’jaeden was a living being and that warlocks who commune(d) with him aren’t necromancers. If Kil’jaeden was a mortal who became a demonic creature with a demonic soul tethered to some place, he essentially became an immortal lich and I doubt a mortal can have his soul tethered to something such as a demonic runeblade and practice necromancy without gradually becoming undead. Can I get an amen?
Look, just because Kil’jaeden does not look like a lich with a soul tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence does not mean he isn’t. He is the Deceiver and he can take on the guise of ancestral void spirits. Whose to say that he isn’t a fel-tainted lich who can take on the guise of an eredar? Chris Metzen the Lying Schmuck? Chris Metzen is…well…a lying schmuck and should not be trusted. Kil’jaeden was born mortal and I can tell you now that Kil’jaeden was able to take on the guise of the undead because Sargeras the Deceiver infused him with fel energies. Fel energies are the energies of deceivers and they allow those infused with it to morph (or mutate) as if they’re druids or mages who can polymorph themselves. They are the energies of the Twisting Nether and it’s long been established that the Twisting Nether is normally imperceptible to mortals and that its energies warp real creation. Who knows what demons truly are? Who knows what demons truly look like in an astral dimension that the most unstable energies coalesced into? For all we know, they’re actually unstable voidwalkers.
Veil of Chris Metzen The Deceiver Lifted Pt. 2
I wonder when the fog of war(locks) will be cleared. I mean, the warlocks of Warcraft 1 are clearly those who have an ability that channels the brimstone and fire (mindless infernals?) of hell through their bodies whereas their opposites (the conjurers) have the ability to rain fire from the sky. This ability — known as the Rain of Fire — was obviously given to the warlocks of Azeroth so, as of now, Chris Metzen the Deceiver is essentially treating demonologists as (pseudo)conjurers who summon fiery green meteors from the heavens instead of summoning and pulling/raising infernals from hell. What next is going to come from Chris Metzen the Deceiver? That the netherlord can summon astral bodies such as stars from the astral dimension known as the Twisting Nether? If I recall correctly, the arrogant Blizzard Historian schmuck known as Sean Copeland acted as if warlocks harnessing their power from the Twisting Nether — the realm of the demons — actually depends on him recalling correctly. And why would he act as if demonologists harnessing their demonic power from the place demons are from actually depends on him recalling correctly? Why is HE so arrogant? He doesn’t seem to be anyone special to me. He’s just some deceiver who copies Chris Metzen the Deceiver any chance he gets.
Demons and their demonic magics are from an astral realm of existence that is fundamentally separate from the physical universe (or space) that astral bodies such as stars come from. Fel demons could not be real living beings and warlocks would indeed be necromancers if (key word: if) their power is from the astral dimension, but Sean Copeland would deny that they’re necromancers. He is a deceiver and a schmuck but I’ll pretend Sean Copeland is right for about 20 seconds. Perhaps warlocks aren’t necromancers because their demons cannot be real if they’re from an astral dimension that transcends all realities. Perhaps warlocks aren’t necromancers because they are channelers and channelers can be defined as those who speak for nonphysical beings or spirits. And, as we all should know, even a shaman can be used by a demon lord as a conduit and be deceived into believing he is a necromancer communing with an ancestral spirit. Even a necromancer can be deceived by a demon lord into believing he is a shaman communing with an ancestral spirit. You see, warlocks may (key word: may) not even be necrolytes or necromancers after all, but Blizzard’s pathetic employees would infer they’re not based on faulty premises of all sorts.
Warlocks Are Not Necrolytes Or Necromancers Who Have Something To Do With The Arcane? Interesting Theory
There is some dude known as Emilio and he would claim that he doesn’t like the WC2 manual describing necrolytes as warlocks because he thinks warlocks have nothing to do with the arcane. Clearly this “lore fan” hasn’t done his research because the WC1 manual describes the powers of the warlocks as arcane. The WC2 manual establishes that the warlock Gul’dan was trained in the arts arcane by Kil’jaeden and that necrolytes, trained in the arcane mysteries, are warlocks. Blizzard’s employees established that a warlock can use an arcane magical relic known as the bloodstone amulet to summon forth terrible demons in large numbers. The Chronicle establishes that Azeroth — as a titan — is an arcane and order-aligned world that was uniquely susceptible to the warlocks’ fel magic.
Seriously, what does this dude mean by “warlocks have nothing to do with the arcane”? Who gives this lying schmuck permission to treat his fanon as actual canon? His fanon isn’t canon and I wonder what will come next from this nut-job. That the netherlord — as a warlock — isn’t a nethermancer who can manipulate the nether (or nether energies) because he thinks the Nether is a plane of arcane magic? Is he going to state that the netherlord — as a warlock — ISN’T a nethermancer who can manipulate nether DESPITE having the nethermancy passive just because some seemingly retarded Historian acted as if demonologists harnessing their power from the demonic nether realm that demons come from actually depends on him recalling correctly? Look, just because this lying schmuck reiterates the nonsense bullshit of some seemingly retarded Historian does not mean I’m going to accept what he states as the truth. Just because his crazy SoL friends tell me that warlocks aren’t necromancers (or nethermancers who commune with the dead) doesn’t mean I’m going to tolerate their nonsense as the truth. If a large group of people told me that warlocks aren’t deceivers and that the world is flat, should I just blindly accept their nonsense as the truth? No.
Warlocks Are Not Power-Hungry Necromancers Who Would Sacrifice Acolyte Servants Then Use Their Animating Energies To Reanimate The Dead During Their Quest For Godhood? Interesting Theory
One cancerous defender of Chris Metzen, who goes by unlimitedBLACK, would say that I’m stating all warlocks are necromancers because of some flimsy rationale, but my oh my….whose the one who seems flimsy? One of the first definitions of fel energy was given when Chris Metzen established that fel energy is essentially death energy and now unlimitedBLACK’s friend is acting as if fel energy is not death energy. Chris Metzen seems flimsy to me and I am not going to trust the words of some flimsy clown who established that fel magic is essentially death energy then stated that it’s not. The moment fel energy stops being death energy is the moment fel energy stops being fel energy and becomes something entirely different. Would the wishy washy Chris Metzen and this unlimitedBLACK dude really have any point if they were to claim that fel energy isn’t necromantic magic and that warlocks aren’t necromancers? To me, not really. They might say that they have a point, but all I’m seeing here is Blizzard’s employees treating a warlock as an acolyte or (pseudo-)priest who can have the abilities of a necromancer and practice necromancy without truly being a legitimate necrolyte or necromancer. If they have a point, minus one point.
The objective of this cancerous unlimitedBLACK character clearly includes a desire to treat all warlocks as morally grey spellcasters who aren’t truly necromancers even IF they have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy. His enraging claims has resulted with a righteous backlash and a good many of Blizzard employees being annoyed on Twitter. A warlock is not some innocent victim of his lust for power and ONE of the actions a warlock would take during his quest for godhood (or dominance) includes making a sacrifice — a living necrolyte or two — and using the necromantic energies of ritually sacrificed necrolytes to reanimate the dead during an attempt to create undead servants. UnlimitedBLACK knows this yet would act as if warlocks aren’t “power-hungry” enough to sacrifice demonic acolytes in exchange for life energies or necromantic powers that they could use to reanimate the dead. Practicing necromancy is what a warlock did (or does) during his attempt to create loyal followers that would aid him in his search of ultimate power or godhood. And no, you cannot practice necromancy without technically being a necromancer. If (key word: if) “doing” or “practicing” necromancy doesn’t make someone a necromancer, how can necromancers be necromancers JUST BECAUSE they “do” or “practice” necromancy? This jackass seriously needs to kick rocks and realize that the only reason why I trolled him and his asinine friends with silly claims is because his friends act as if warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers. The claim that warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers? Yes, it’s silly (more-so than my claim that warlocks are necromancers BECAUSE they practice necromancy).
World of Chris Metzen the Deceiver
Revenge is sweet and I wonder what will come next from that fraudulent failure Chris Metzen. He retired, but I’m pretty sure he is going to have something to do with Blizzard’s Chronicle Volume 3. I wouldn’t be surprised if the fool ends up retconing the Lich King being created by Kil’jaeden to sow chaos and scour living beings. I wouldn’t be surprised if the fool ends up retconing the necromancers of the Scourge essentially being warlocks who afflict the living with fel contagions, lead a group of acolytes, and seek to scour the living world Azeroth whilst feigning obedience to a demon lord. After all, he is now claiming that fel energy isn’t death energy after establishing that it essentially is as if he has a point. For making me question if I (role)played warlocks the wrong way after I wasted my time with WoW believing warlocks are necromancers, Chris Metzen will pay a price of my choosing. And no, fel magic being referred to as “death magic” when regarding to some crappy movie is not going to get rid of my disgust for Blizzard’s lying shmucks. They act as if I’m stupid and don’t understand the point of their story. And if someone were to ask a Blizzard employee a question in order to get him/her to state something he/she knows to be true, the Blizzard employee would answer the question with a lie during an attempt to maintain “a sense of mystery”. There is no arcane mystery here Chris Metzen the Deceiver. Warlocks are acolytes or (pseudo-)priests who use destructive power of a world that can be defined as the netherworld or underworld, power that could destroy the world Azeroth, but cannot bring the living inhabitants of Azeroth to a state of oblivion with the necromantic powers of the underworld Helheim hell — just as they are when regarding to WC1.
Chris Metzen seriously needs to try something new. He needs to stop treating fel magic as a fire and bring warlocks back to their roots as necrolytes or necromancers who cannot bring things to a state of decay and oblivion with death (coil). Am I too brutal on this guy? I don’t really care. I don’t feel sympathy for some deceiver who acts as if warlocks can have the abilities of necromancers and practice necromancy without being necromancers. I don’t feel sympathy for someone who would call me a liar just because I’m stating the truth, which is that warlocks are necromancers because they have the abilities of necromancers and practice necromancy. Unless Chris Metzen establishes that warlocks are a group that make up Elune and that Cairne is still living, warlocks are necromancers. Welcome to my world — World of Chris Metzen is a Deceiver.