Can Light Energy And Void Energy Be Created Or Is Sean Copeland A Liar Who Is Claiming That Fel Energy Is Created?

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Apparently Sean Copeland has been made the head of lore at Blizzard Entertainment and I’m just curious why. Even if holy magic and shadow magic are cosmic forces, he would say that they aren’t cosmic forces that touch and manipulate the cosmic systems of the physical universe to an extent lest they be the cosmic forces of Order and Disorder known as arcane magic and fel magic. He is a liar who has claimed that fel energy is created even though (Light and Void) energy cannot be created or destroyed. He would get people thinking fel energy is a created mix of Light and Void energy when he should just say they are Light and Void energies bound together on a cosmic scale. He would act as if fel energy isn’t a cosmic force that mortals need to be gifted with by some (pseudo-)god who governs the cosmic systems of the physical universe in exchange for their service as living necromancers who can divine their future as (un)dead necromancers burned by the Burning Legion and that is why he cannot be trusted.

 

 

 

 

 

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An Imp Is A Living Grell Possessed By A Portion Of An Imp’s Spirit?

In order to understand imps, we must understand that Blizzard employees are lying losers who act as if any (role)playable character can see imps. They would act as if orc warlocks can see imps when regarding to the lore, even if imps are unreal.

The Belief Of Gul’dan — The First Orc Warlock And The Progenitor Of All Orc Demonologists

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Gul’dan believed that Medivh was a demon even though Medivh was just a human possessed by a fel portion of the titan-world Sargeras’s spirit. Given the belief of Gul’dan, a grell possessed by a portion of an imp’s soul is actually a demon imp. Gul’dan was not some demon hunter who had spectral sight and he couldn’t see demons for who they truly are. Chris Metzen is just a liar who is getting his game designers depicting warlocks as the masters of demons even though warlocks cannot even know who demons are when regarding to the lore. Given Gul’dan’s belief, a grell possessed by a portion of an imp’s soul is an imp, so I’m not suppose to belie that orc warlocks — when regarding to the lore — know who imps are.

Gul’dan did not even have the ability to open a portal to Azeroth by himself whilst he was on Draenor and summon creatures such as grell, so I’m not suppose to believe any orc warlock can just magically open a portal to whatever hellworld that imps are from by himself then summon imps.

The Child Of Chris Metzen Is A Burning And Unruly Imp Of The Burning Legion?

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So, imps aren’t undead despite that fact that they are neither dead nor alive because they aren’t real? Warlocks aren’t necromancers? Oh Chris Metzen, you can spout as much ideologies as you possibly can about imps, you are not deceiving me. Imps are not living and the (role)playable warlocks who control them are unreal gods who have utter control over these soulless undead puppets because they are just pixie pixels. I have never expected imps (or demons in general) to be treated as just burning and unruly creatures. If imps are truly burning and unruly living creatures, what makes them so special and why would demonologists hope to study them? Don’t say they have souls tethered to the Twisting Nether because the Nether is just some nonphysical, unreal realm of existence that creatures cannot have souls physically tethered to. So, what makes imps so special if they are just burning and unruly creatures? Babies can be burning and unruly. Is your living and unruly baby an imp Chris Metzen?

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Am I too harsh? I don’t care. I don’t feel sympathy for some deceiver who knows warlocks aren’t the masters of demons WHEN REGARDING TO HIS OWN LORE, yet gets his game designers depicting them as such. ^This^ is what an imp appears as in reality: as an indestructible, unreal (pseudo-)god who governs the cosmic systems of the physical universe with fel magic.

Living And Unruly Babies Can Be Born As Demons? Jeremy Feasel Is A Game Designer Who Doesn’t Care About How His Clients Fantasize About Playable Warlocks

Hello, are you prepared for a rant storm about a liar? If you are, I believe you should grab some popcorn because I will be discussing Jeremy Feasel, a liar who acts as if demons are living beings and acts as if warlocks aren’t necromancers when regarding to World of Warcraft.

Demons Are Not Living Creatures That The Forces Of Death And Life Hold Sway Over. Warlocks Are Necromancers

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If demons truly are living beings inhabiting the physical universe, the forces of death and life would hold sway over them. And if the forces of death and life hold sway over demons, it stands to reason that (role)playable warlocks can use the forces of death and life to hold sway (or control) over demons. Of course, Jeremy Feasel the Liar would act as if demons are living beings in the Twisting Nether and act as if warlocks aren’t necromancers who can use the forces of death and life to hold control over demons. This moron might as well say that demons exist inside impenetrable nether-force fields that block out death and time, preventing demons from aging and being brought to a state of oblivion, but we all should know he would rather treat demons as pseudo-liches who can have spirits tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence known as the Twisting Nether.

He would expect me to believe that demons are true living beings who can die, even if they aren’t living beings who can die to death itself and have mortal souls go to the Shadowlands. This little liar needs to be called out for his bullshit. If demons truly are living beings who can die, I believe he just needs to say that they are living beings. However, instead of being honest, he’d rather spout a bunch of unnecessary lies, acting as if demons are living beings who have souls tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence or acting as if demons are living beings immune to death in the form of necromantic magic because they’re from some nether realm separate from the physical universe. This moron cannot expect me to believe that demons are living beings who can die if they’re immune to death itself. I’m not his slave. I’m not going to dumb myself down for him.

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Is this living and unruly baby actually a demon of the burning and unruly legion of Blizzard employees? I wouldn’t be surprised if Jeremy Feasel says he is.

I have had enough of Jeremy Feasel’s lies. Demons are not living creatures who have souls (physically) tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence. If demons truly are living beings who can die, they’re merely mortals and that’s all Jeremy Feasel needs to say. Of course, if demons are merely living beings who have slight birth defects and can die, what makes them so special and why would demonologists hope to study them? You know, a living baby with a fever can be considered a burning and living being, so is a burning and living baby actually a demon that demonologists can hope to study? Is his kid a burning, living, and unruly demon? Is he burning? Is he mad? Why would he be mad when he’s the one presenting me with a whole bunch of deceits and nonsense? What kind of sick person would say demons are living creatures (who can be born as babies) even if they aren’t living creatures whose souls go to realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death? I believe Jeremy Feasel has a fel sickness.

Fel Energy — The Death Energy Of Undead Demons And Warlocks

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If demons are living beings, it stands to reason that they can be (or become) dead beings. And if they can be (or become) dead beings, it stands to reason that they can be (or become) undead beings. And if demons can be undead, the question to be asked is if all demons are undead and if Jeremy Feasel is a liar. Of course the demonic netherworld a demon is from can be considered the world of the dead if it serves as the world of the dead for demons. Of course demons can be undead. Of course (demonic) fel energy can be considered a necromantic power if it’s the death energy of undead demons. Of course warlocks can be considered necromancers who use death energy if fel energy is the death energy of a netherworld that serves as the world of the dead for demonic creatures or if fel energy is the energy of undead demons.

One of the very first definitions of fel energy was given when Chris Metzen described fel energy as essentially death energy and Jeremy Feasel is telling me that warlocks aren’t necromancers? Jeremy Feasel is telling me warlocks aren’t necromancers even if they are necromancers who are from a world and would totally use the demonic fel power of some (nether)world that serves as the world of the dead for (undead) demons? Oh Jeremy Feasel, I don’t like liars who lie to me and present me with excuses. Do you like liars who lie to you and present you with excuses? Do you want your son to become a demonic and unruly teenager (pseudo-)demon who lies to you? Do you want to divine your future?

Jaedenar Awaits: Gul’dan Is A Necromancer

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This liar yaps about lore as if he actually cares about it. The lore established that the warlock Gul’dan, with Kil’jaeden’s help, formed a group of orcs called the necrolytes and Jeremy Feasel is telling me that the necrolytes aren’t warlocks who serve a specific fel purpose to the demon lord Kil’jaeden and Gul’dan? Is he telling me that warlocks don’t serve a fel purpose to the demon lord Kil’jaeden? Shame on him. Warcraft 1 would not have happened if warlocks didn’t use the destructive power of some (pseudo-)world that can be defined as the world of the dead when regarding to real life. Necrolytes would not exist as acolytes who oppose human clerics if they did not follow Gul’dan and his fel path to Azeroth.

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Gul’dan would not have created the undead death knights during his attempt to build a loyal army if he had a loyal army of demons utterly under his necromantic thrall. He had the ability to gather the souls of orcs and meld them with corpses to create death knights, but did he have the ability to gather the souls of demonic creatures and meld them with corpses to create demonic undead or death knights that are both demonic and undead? Jeremy Feasel claims that demons can be undead, yet he is telling me Gul’dan — as a warlock — could not have been a necromancer of a particular type that focuses on creating abominations that are both demonic and undead? Gul’dan was not the master of demons. According to Feasel, he was not even a necromancer who had the ability to gather demonic spirits and meld them with corpses to create demonic undead.

Gul’dan himself was a necromancer who governed on behalf of Kil’jaeden the Deceiver and was repeatedly described as his servant. He was a pawn of demons and Jeremy Feasel is a disgusting liar who treats (role)playable orc demonologists as powerful masters of demons who have the ability to do what Gul’dan could not and actually control a demonic army of demons. If orc warlocks can summon and control demons without being a servant of Kil’jaeden, they certainly didn’t get their practices from Gul’dan. Gul’dan died to demons after betraying Kil’jaeden and the ability to die after betraying a demon lord is just one of the true abilities that a warlock has.

Warlocks Are Necromancers. Fel Is Serious Business?

You may ask, why insult Jeremy Weasel? World of Warcraft isn’t real. Well, I’m not insulting him because of World of Warcraft. I’m insulting him because he is a liar who lies about the World of Warcraft. Lore has ultimately established that warlocks are necromancers and this moron would literally say that warlocks aren’t necromancers. Even if the first warlock — as a warlock — was a necromancer of a particular type because he has necromantic abilities and was trained by a demon lord who has necromantic abilities, he would make efforts to hide the warlocks’ abilities as necromancers. He — as a game designer — has taken away the warlocks’ identity as cheap and limited necromancers who can slowly bring things to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion with death (coil) but cannot raise the dead as undead.

This fraud depicts warlocks as a dark class and acts as if their fel magic is dark, but who is he other than a liar and a twit? What’s so dark about a fel parody of mages who are from an ordered world and supposedly have the ability to summon and control demons? What’s so dark about a yellowish-green energy? It’s an energy used by a burning group of creatures that Jeremy Feasel acts are living even if they’re not living creatures whose souls go to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death. So what? The energy of living creatures…ohhh…so “dark”. Is the energy of his kid “dark”?

The Warlocks Of Warcraft 1 Are Not The Masters Of Chaos, Demons, And Shadow. Jeremy Feasel Does Not Care About The Roots Of The Warlocks And The Playable Warlocks Have Strayed To Far From Those Roots

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Jeremy Feasel — as a game designer — depicts the (role)playable warlocks as the masters of chaos, demons, and shadow magic even though no where does the Warcraft 1 manual describe them as such. He depicts warlocks as the masters of chaos, demons, and shadow magic even though they are truthfully just limited losers governed by his nonsense. He doesn’t care about how his clients fantasize about warlocks. I don’t know about you, but when I fantasize about the “masters of chaos”, I fantasize about daemons — the true lords of chaos — because the WC1 manual establishes that they are the true lords of chaos. When I fantasize about the masters of chaos, I fantasize about the orc necrolytes of chaos who can “summon” their lords of chaos (daemons), commune with them, be gifted with necromantic abilities, and be protected by daemons. When I fantasize about the masters of chaos, I do not fantasize about cheap warlocks who are being treated as pseudo-conjurers who can rain fire from the sky with the Rain of Fire ability belonging to the conjurers of Warcraft 1 without being legitimate conjurers.

When I fantasize about the masters of demons (or the true lords of chaos), I do not fantasize about warlocks being treated as pseudo-necromancers or pseudo-priests who cannot do what their lesser necrolytes do. When I fantasize about the true masters of shadow magic, I fantasize about void lords or necromancers who can afflict enemies with devouring plagues and use tendrils of shadow energy to create an army of the damned Ner’zhul-style. When I fantasize about masters of shadow magic, I do not fantasize about limited affliction warlocks who are just limited to afflicting their enemies with (necrotic) afflictions. If affliction warlocks truly are the masters of shadow magic but aren’t shadow priests, it still stands to reason that they can do what shadow priests do with their shadow magic because they are the masters of it.

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Instead of giving warlocks a stronger identity as necromancers who can actually bring things to a state of entropic decay with death (coil) and raise the dead, this prick Feasel would rather take away their death coil spell and treat them as limited (pseudo-)necromancers who cannot raise the dead. He asks why I insult him, but he should already have the answer to his own question. The (role)playable warlocks have slight variations on 3/4 abilities belonging to the necrolytes of Warcraft 1 and have slight variations on other necromantic abilities, yet this prick is telling me that the (role)playable warlocks aren’t necromancers who CANNOT raise the dead? LULZ, mkay. He claims that necrolyte is a warlock thing, but what evidence suggest it is? Where is his proof? Where is the (role)playable warlock’s minion that evidently seems undead? Does he believe I’m interested in (role)playing cheap necrolytes who cannot raise the dead? He’s nuts.

What Elune Is — A Fel Force Of Disorder

I’m slightly annoyed with ignorant people who ignore simple facts and pretend to be dumb bimbos who don’t know what Elune is. It should be obvious what Elune is and isn’t.

Elune Isn’t A Goddess Who Governs The Cosmic Systems Of The Physical Universe?

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The universe not crafted by loving hands, which ultimately means that Elune is not some Blizzard-created creation who has loving hands. It is stated that the universe was born from the clash of Light and Void. The energies released by the clash of Light and Void raged across the nascent cosmos, raw matter merging and spinning into primordial worlds without number. For long epochs, this ever-expanding universe—the Great Dark Beyond—broiled in a maelstrom of fire and magic.
The most unstable energies coalesced into an astral dimension known as the Twisting Nether. Light and Void collided and bled together at the edges of this realm, throwing it into turmoil. Although tangentially linked to the Great Dark Beyond, the Twisting Nether existed outside the borders of the physical universe. Even so, the Twisting Nether’s volatile energies would occasionally tear through the veil of the Great Dark, flooding into reality and warping creation.

The cataclysmic birth of the cosmos also flung shards of Light throughout reality. These shards suffused the matter of myriad worlds with the spark of life, giving rise to creatures of wondrous and terrible diversity. One creature is known as Elune and Elune was created by Blizzard employees. Some say that she is the goddess of the moon and one of the few full deities of the titan Azeroth (a world that Chris Metzen defines as living).

War Is Fel. The Burning And Unruly Night Warrior  Was Uniquely Susceptible To The Burning And Unruly Legion’s Fel Magic?

It was stated that the titans were uniquely susceptible to fel magic, but what makes them uniquely susceptible to fel magic? The titans are considered to be order-aligned living worlds with souls. Does it not stand to reason that all order-aligned living creations with souls were uniquely susceptible to fel magic? If Elune is a Blizzard-created creation who has a soul and is aligned with order, does it not stand to reason that Elune was uniquely susceptible to fel magic? Is she soulless?

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Personally, I believe Elune was uniquely susceptible to fel magic and fel corruption. I believe it’s Elune’s destiny to become a fel deity. I mean, it’s not as if the universe was crafted by loving hands. Elune is not some deity who has loving hands that pick up the valiant dead from the battlefield and set them riding across the evening sky as order-representing stars. Elune is not some deity that just exists. Elune is just a Blizzard-created deity. Elune is not some omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient deity unless I Chris Metzen states Elune is. And if Elune truly is an omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient deity, whose to say that Sargeras, Burning the Legion, and the warlocks aren’t just pawns of Elune? Chris Metzen the Deceiver?

What Elune Is

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So, who is Elune? Well, clearly Elune is a Blizzard-created collection of (demonic) ideals. Now, despite being an unreal deity when regarding to real life, Blizzard employees wouldn’t want me to fantasize about Elune being an unreal warlock who governs the cosmic systems of the physical universe with fel magic. In fact, they would treat Elune as some worshipped goddess all the while treating Elune as some limited and pigeonholed deity who cannot be a warlock who does what warlocks do and govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe with fel magic.

Shame. Shame. Shame. To me, there is no fun in fantasizing about things if Blizzard employees are just going to ruin my fantasy and tell me Elune isn’t a warlock. I hope Chris Metzen bends over for me and tells me that Elune is a warlock.

 

Argument With A Warlock Who Believes He’s Not A Necromancer

 

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Is it okay to put your fist in someone’s face even if 1) they’re an annoying Nazi or 2) a person who is in poor shape because he’s a lying body of bullshit? Well, I wouldn’t be surprised if a guy who goes by Unlimitedblack would say that it’s okay to hurt others then scold someone who wants to put a fist in his face because he is a sanctimonious hypocrite who would tell someone not to be hurtful and that it’s not okay to harm others, then hurt people with his lies. Take it from me. I do not want to be called a liar or a troll, but this clown would accuse me of lying even if I’m telling the truth. He would claim that I’m stating all warlocks are necromancers because of some flimsy rational, but he isn’t anything but a liar who would defend a company of people who would literally say that warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers. How can necromancers be necromancers just because they do necromancy Crow? How can warlocks be warlocks just because they do warlock things Crow? Think about it.

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Make no mistake, Crow is a liar who does not believe in solving conflicts through discussion and reason. Even if (Light and Void) energy cannot be created or destroyed, he would say that the warlocks’ fel energy is created just because some Blizzard Historian claims that it’s created. This historian claims that demons aren’t the source of the warlocks’ fel energy even though Chris Metzen himself stated that fel energy is demonic and that is because he is a liar who does not want you to believe that warlocks are demon-worshipping necromancers who are from a world and are gifted with the demonic fel powers in exchange for their servitude as necromancers who scour life on their behalf. Even if Sean is a historian whose job — as a historian — isn’t to create (or destroy) lore with his nonsense and doesn’t always speak on behalf of Chris Metzen, the warped person would still reiterate his nonsense and accuse me of disregarding lore. He seriously needs to be called out for his bullshit.

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One of the very first definitions of fel energy was given when Chris Metzen defined it as essentially death energy, demonic, and entropic. I’m not suppose to believe that warlocks aren’t necromancers if (key word: if) fel energy is death energy and warlocks use fel energy. Of course, I’m not suppose to believe that warlocks aren’t necromancers if Chris Metzen retconed fel energy being death energy because he is a liar whose words cannot be trusted. He claimed that fel energy is ESSENTIALLY death energy, but is fel energy still essentially death energy? Did Chris Metzen retcon fel energy being essentially death energy? Did he essentially retcon death energy being death energy? Did he essentially retcon necromancers essentially being necromancers? Of course he did. And, to top it all off, he got his game designers removing the (role)playable warlocks’ death coil spell and taking away the (role)playable warlocks’ identity as deathbringers or necromancers who bring their enemies a slow death…as if that’s going to change the fact that the (role)playable affliction warlocks aren’t anything but cheap necrolytes who can afflict their enemies with (necrotic) afflictions. Of course you can get necromantic effects out of fel magic if fel magic is necromantic Crow.

Demonology 101 For Crow

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Are warlocks unreal (pseudo-)gods who can have absolute control over demons or are they necromancers who are gifted with the demonic nether powers of some demon and whatever demonic netherworld that demon is from? You know, demons are from an astral dimension fundamentally separate from the physical universe that mortals come from. Mortals cannot know of (or have known anything about) demons until demons somehow clawed their way into the physical universe and their existence was made known. If anything, the mortals who became the first demonologists are not the masters of demons and demonic powers because they were gifted with demonic knowledge and demonic powers by demons. Eredar (pseudo-)warlocks are not gods whether that liar Crow wants to publicly acknowledge that fact or not. I’m not suppose to believe that eredar warlocks are merely “former mages” or those who have divined all there is to be divined from the godlike titan Argus or Sargeras. I’m not suppose to believe warlocks are gods who shouldn’t be pigeonholed by the necromancer label.

Destruction Of Crow’s Nonsense

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Even if demons are not truly living creatures whose souls go to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death, the moron Crow would say that warlocks who commune with demons aren’t necromancers using the faulty basis that their demons are living. This moron would literally say that demons are living creatures who have souls tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence known as the Twisting Nether and would essentially treat them as living pseudo-liches. He would expect me to believe that non-demons can become demons (pseudo-liches) without 1) having to sell their souls for immortality or “power eternal” and 2) gradually becoming undead Arthas-style. Clearly he is an unreasonable person incapable of being reasoned with because there is no reasoning with some jackass who would literally act as if demons are real living creatures who have souls tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence.

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Demons are not even real living creatures who exist inside the physical reality that mortals exist in. They are from an astral dimension known as the Twisting Nether and it is a realm of existence with volatile, warping energies that warp creation and reality. If demons truly are real creatures who exist inside the Twisting Nether, they would be warped by the Twisting Nether’s warping energies. However, they are not real creatures and the unscrupulous liar Unlimitedblack would play word games with people all the while trying to convince people that I’m a liar who is attempting to assert my opinions as facts. I’m not asserting my opinions as facts. Canon fact has established that demons are from an astral dimension and that the Twisting Nether is a realm of existence different from the physical universe. The Twisting Nether cannot be some physical realm of existence that creatures can have souls (“physically”) tethered to because, if the Twisting Nether is a physical realm of existence, it would literally be the Great Dark Beyond with an alternative name. There is a distinction between the two for a reason and I’m not just going to torelate the lies of some liar who comes up with excuses.

Fel Magic Is The Necromantic Magic Of Undead Demons Such As Fel Wolves

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No matter what that unreasonable liar claims, demons are not real living creatures whose souls go to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death. They are not real living creatures who have souls tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence. If demons truly are living creatures, Chris Metzen should just say they are.. He doesn’t need to say they have souls tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence. He doesn’t need to behave as if he’s a moron, but he does anyways. If demons are living beings, OF COURSE it stands to reason that they can be (or become) dead. And if they can be (or become) dead, OF COURSE it stands to reason that they can be (or become) undead. And if demons can be undead, the question then becomes if all demons are undead and if Chris Metzen is a lying loser who is playing word games with people.

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If demons truly can be considered undead or if their netherworld can serve as the world of the dead for demonic creatures, OF COURSE demonic power (or warlock magics) can be considered a necromantic power. OF COURSE demonic power can be considered a necromantic power if it’s the power of undead demons or a netherworld that serves as the world of the dead for demonic creatures. Of course warlocks can be considered necromancers if they are from a world and use the necromantic powers of some netherworld that serves as the world of the dead specifically for demonic creatures. Of course, even if warlocks are technically necromancers who are from a world and use the necromantic power of some netherworld, the liar unlimitedblack would accuse me of stating that all warlocks are necromancers because of some flimsy rational. Even if the first warlock himself — as a warlock — was a necromancer of a particular type, he would say that he wasn’t a necromancer and that is because he is an unreasonable liar who cannot even agree what color the sky is.

Gul’dan And Kil’jaeden Are Necromancers

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Crow is clearly an unreasonable liar and so is his buddy Emilio. He claims that necrolytes are mages, but why would necrolytes be mages? Even if the warlocks of Warcraft 1 aren’t necrolytes despite literally being acolytes who use the power of some underworld that can be defined as the world of the dead when regarding to real life, why would necrolytes be mages? No where does the WC1 manual states that necrolytes are conjurers or that conjurers are necrolytes. And if necrolytes (as necrolytes) are mages, why did WC2’s Gul’dan describe them as warlocks? If necrolytes (as necrolytes) are mages, why are necrolytes a part of a warlock coven when regarding to WC3? Why do the warlocks of WC3 have necromantic abilities as warlocks? If warlocks — as warlocks — aren’t necromancers, why is one of the very first definitions of their fel energy that Chris Metzen gave to us “death energy”? Are warlocks actually necromancers who use fel energy? Of course they are.

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Gul’dan is the first orc demonologist or the progenitor of all orc necrolytes. He sought to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden and I doubt he could have sought to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden without believing Kil’jaeden is a god who has godhood to give. I doubt Gul’dan wasn’t a Kil’jaeden-worshipping priest who had acolytes assist him during warlock rituals and offered a chalice of demon lord blood during a warlock ritual. I doubt Gul’dan — as a warlock — wasn’t an priest and I doubt Blizzard employees are entirely honest. I get that warlocks are deceivers who would hide their abilities as Kil’jaeden-worshipping priests who lead acolytes during warlock rituals, but that does not mean Blizzard employees should be shady deceivers and say that there are exceptions to the rule, pretending that all warlocks don’t do what the first warlock did as a warlock. I doubt warlocks — as warlocks — aren’t necromancers who would sacrifice their (demonic) acolytes and use their necromantic energies to reanimate brain-dead corpses as mindless servants.

Warlocks Are Necromancers Who Can Sacrifice (Demonic) Acolytes And Use Necromantic Energies To Reanimate The Dead

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Gul’dan — as a warlock — was a necromancer who sacrificed his fel-tainted acolytes/necrolytes and used their necromantic energies. He was a necromancer, but not in the way I believe a warlock should be a necromancer. Blizzard employees have deceived me when I was naive and a nice person who fed my money to them, but no longer will I fall for their deceit. They got me believing that demonologists are the masters of demons because they described the (role)playable demonologists as the masters of demons and now I realize that they are not presenting warlocks the way they should be presented. Gul’dan — as a warlock — was not some demonologist who had the ability to sacrifice demon acolytes and use their energies to reanimate the dead. He had the ability to gather non-demonic spirits and fuse them in shells to create brain-dead abominations, but he specifically did not have the ability to gather demonic spirits and place them in shells to create brain-dead servants that are both demonic and undead.

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Blizzard employees deceived me into believing that demonologists are the masters of demons, but now I realize what they’re doing. During their foolish crusade to convince people that warlocks aren’t necromancers, they depict the (role)playable demonologists as the masters of demons all the while maintaining that demonologists are limited losers who cannot even control demonic spirits whether they are disembodied or not. Gul’dan did not have a demonic army to defend him from those demons who tore him to shreds at the Tomb of Sargeras. He was a necromancer who did not have the ability to gather demonic spirits and fuse them with corpses to create brain-dead servants that are both demonic and undead. He was not the master of demons. He was a necromancer, but not in the way I believe warlocks should be. I believe Gul’dan — as a warlock — should have been a necrophyte who specifically summons demons to inhabit the bones of the dead.

Warlocks Cannot Have Necromantic Abilities And Practice Necromancy Without Being Necromancers

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So Crow, warlocks aren’t necromancers who can sacrifice acolytes Gul’dan-style and use necromantic energies Gul’dan-style? If warlocks aren’t necromancers, who are they and where did they get their abilities from? Whose the first warlock? I want to know the answer to these questions so that I can call Unlimitedblack out on his lies. You know, the so-called first warlock is Gul’dan and he formed the necrophytes, acolytes who are described as warlocks and summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead. If Gul’dan truly is the first warlock and the necrophytes truly are warlocks, obviously the necrophytes ultimately got their abilities from him. Obviously Gul’dan — as a warlock — is a necromancer if necrophytes are warlocks who got their practices from him. Of course all warlocks are necrophytes if the first warlock — as a warlock — was a necromancer. Just how can necrophytes do necrophyte things without being necrophytes Crow? How can warlocks do warlock things without being warlocks Crow?

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Look, just because Blizzard employees are liars who would say there are exceptions to the rule and pretend that all warlocks don’t do what the first warlock did AS A WARLOCK does not mean warlocks aren’t necrophytes. It means Blizzard employees are hiding the fact that warlocks do what the first warlock did as a warlock. Their own lore ultimately proves that warlocks are necrophytes or necromancers and saying warlocks can do necromancy without being necromancers is like saying necromancers can do necromancy without being necromancers. Even if the notable necromancer Ner’zhul was described as a warlock by canon itself, this moronic twit would probably say Ner’zhul  — as a warlock — can practice necromancy without being a necromancer. See how fucked up his logic is?


1. Context: It might be valuable to point out that this dude has has gotten into a war with me just because he wants to defend a company of people who would 1) literally say warlocks can have necromantic abilities without being necromancers and 2) fail to present warlocks the way they should be presented. No one is pointing a gun towards his head whilst telling him to say warlocks aren’t necromancers even if warlocks are necromancers. I wouldn’t be surprised if he attempts to assert that he’s an innocent victim being targeted by me, but do not be fooled by him. The truth is that he is just an arrogant liar who is getting what he deserves. One of his objectives is clearly to state warlocks aren’t necromancers whilst using a faulty basis. This has resulted in a righteous backlash. Warlocks are not innocent victims and would totally feign obedience to Kil’jaeden Gul’dan-style and make but an insignificant sacrifice — a living necrolyte or two — in exchange for necromantic powers.

This is the lore and instead of simply agreeing that all warlocks are necromancers because the lore establishes that the first warlock — as a warlock — was essentially a necromancer who had necromantic abilities, he would rather ask if perhaps warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers. Gul’dan was not some indestructible god who shouldn’t be pigeonholed by the necromancer label. Prior to being a warlock, he was just some orc outcast who was pushed to the brink of death when he heard the whispers of some eredar deceiver who promised him godhood. Gul’dan — as a warlock — might have been an insane shadow priest if he truly believed that he — as a warlock — wasn’t some deceived sap who sought to gain godhood from some deceiver who disguises himself as god, but I can tell you now that Gul’dan was not able to spread pox plague, sacrifice his (fel-tainted) acolytes, and use their necromantic energies whilst feigning obedience to a demon lord as an orc outcast with no magical powers. He was able to do these things because he — as a warlock — was a necromancer trained by Kil’jaeden the Deceiver.

Was The Aspect Of Death Uniquely Susceptible To Fel Magic?

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

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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.

Death’s Aspect

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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

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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.

The Warlocks Of Azeroth Are Necromancers Who Are Uniquely Susceptible To Fel Magic And Walk The Fel Path To Death And The Shadowlands


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In order to understand why warlocks are necromancers, we must understand that Chris Metzen is a liar whose story is a story of contradictions, lies, and metaphors. Even if there is no true god when regarding to World of Warcraft and warlocks are from a world, he would literally maintain that a warlock can (or does) seek to attain godhood (from a demon lord) without being a priest who is from a godlike titan (or world) and believes there is a god who has godhood to give. Even if holy magics and shadow magics are cosmic forces, Chris Metzen would say that they aren’t cosmic forces that affect (or touch) and govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe lest they be the forces of Order and Disorder, arcane magic and fel magic. He would treat cosmic beings of Light and Shadow (the naaru and void lords respectively) as limited entities, incapable of being warlocks, all the while treating warlocks as masters of chaos, demons, and shadow magic.

If warlocks aren’t necromancers, I want to know who the first warlock is and what the definition of a warlock is. Chris Metzen would not treat gods as warlocks and why is that? Are warlocks limited? Can the godlike titan Aman’Thul be the first warlock who awaits his destiny? Are warlocks incapable of using the Eye of Aman’Thul to see their destiny and the destiny of the godlike titan Azeroth? I believe this is the problem with Chris Metzen. He treats worlds as living (titans) and titans as godlike beings all the while treating them as limited creations. Why not treat them as gods who can limit warlocks and force them to be limited aeromancers, aguamancers, animancers, chronomancers, geomancers, necromancers, and pyromancers? This guy acts as if dreams, life, the elements, time, and the undead all belong to the godlike titan-worlds and their mages, BUT WHAT ABOUT WARLOCKS? What belongs to them? Does everything in the ordered universe belong to godlike titan-worlds and their mages? This guy acts as if warlocks don’t need be pyromancers who divine the future of worlds through fel fire, WHY NOT TREAT THEM AS ALL-KNOWING GODS WHO HAVE MASTERY OVER CHAOS, DEMONS, AND SHADOW MAGIC?

Affliction Of Chris Metzen’s Brain

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Unless affliction warlocks are (void) gods and don’t need to be shadowmancers who can diving their fate, affliction warlocks are not THE masters of shadow magic and Blizzard employees are liars who do not care about how their clients fantasize about warlocks. When I fantasize about the TRUE masters of shadow magic, I fantasize about gods who have absolute power over compositions of shadow energies or monstrous entities composed of pure shadow energy known as void lords, those who seek to transform a titan-world into an instrument of their will. When I fantasize about the true masters of shadow magic, I do not fantasize about fel parodies of shadowmancers who are limited to afflicting their enemies. Ergo, unless affliction warlocks are (void) gods, affliction warlocks are not THE masters of shadow magic and Blizzard employees are liars who do not care about how their clients fantasize about warlocks. They are liars who would probably treat void lords as limited beings, incapable of being affliction warlocks who govern or lord with the governing force of Disorder known as fel magic, all the while treating affliction warlocks as masters of shadow magic.

I don’t believe Chris Metzen understands the difference between what is real and what isn’t real. I don’t believe Chris Metzen understands that the fictional demons of his story are not real living beings who can burn and sweat while having a nightmare about demons. Demons are not real physical creatures who have inner demons that are composed of demonic energy and transcend all realities. Demons are not real and if I want to say that fel lords are void lords, I will. If I want to say that Chris Metzen is a liar, I will. Holy energy and shadow energy cannot be created or destroyed, so I’m not suppose to believe that demonic energy is created or destroyed. What I’m supposed to believe is that demonic energy is holy energy and shadow energy of some mix. What I’m supposed to believed is that demonic energy is partially shadow energy, the energy that the void lords are composed of.

Demonology 101 For Chris Metzen The Deceiver

If demons are real, they supposedly warred with the titan Sargeras. Of course, the claim that the world Sargeras can be living and see demons is just so silly to me, what is the point of Chris Metzen’s story? Demons are not real living mortals who can sacrifice their mortal lives and mortal souls to become “one with” the void (lords). Demons who wield Void energies cannot even be consumed by the Void energies they wield BECAUSE Chris Metzen established that the only way to kill demons permanently was to slay them in the Nether or in areas of the Great Dark saturated with that volatile realm’s energies, so how are they living beings? How are they living beings if they aren’t even mortal voidmancers who can be banished to the Void? The Void itself cannot get rid of demons permanently unless Chris Metzen changes (or retcons) Chronicle lore, so why should I believe demons are living mortals who can be erased from existence? Because Chris Metzen the Deceiver expects me to be a seemingly mindless, deceived deceiver who deceives others with the deceits he is trying to tell me? ROFLOL.

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Chris Metzen maintains that Sargeras discovered a black world-titan and that it was infested with Old Gods and a conclave of demons, but why should I believe his nonsense? The claim that a world can be living and that it can “see” Old Gods and demons that shouldn’t exist is just so silly to me. What is the point of his story? Dreadlords are demons and dreadlords are not really living lords who are from the realm of existence that Old Gods are from. This ultimately means that a conclave of dreadlords somehow made its way to the Old Gods’ world and made its existence known to the Old Gods. The Old Gods are not really all-knowing gods who are born — or created — with demonic knowledge and Chris Metzen is a liar who expects me to believe they are incapable of being demonologists who inhabit a godlike titan or world and spout ideologies concerning demons. He would act as if Old Gods aren’t masters of dreadlord demons and forced them to spout a bunch of deceits concerning the void lords to Sargeras.

Fel Gods Of The Void

Sometimes I wonder if Chris Metzen believes Azeroth isn’t the goddess of the cosmos. Sometimes I wonder if Chris Metzen believes he still has control over Azeroth and its fate. This liar doesn’t have control over Azeroth. He would actually treat this world as a living titan and treat titans as godlike creatures all the while treating these creations as limited things. He expects me to believe that warlocks cannot be all-knowing gods who control everything all the while expecting me to believe these limited losers cannot be godlike titans. He would expect me to believe that the godlike titan Azeroth cannot force necromancers to serve her as warlocks or force warlocks to serve her as necromancers whose death energies bring all worlds he describes as living to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion. He would treat the warlocks’ magic as a fire that burns worlds and expect me to believe they cannot serve Azeroth as pyromancers who can divine the future of worlds through fire.

Unless warlocks — and only warlocks — are indestructible gods who control everything, warlocks are necromancers and Chris Metzen is a liar. I’m not suppose to believe that warlocks are all-knowing gods, former mages of the arcane (diviners of secrets), or those who don’t need to divine all there is to be divined from the godlike titan-world Argus and the ordered universe. I’m not suppose to believe that warlocks aren’t diviners who seek to unravel the mysteries of (demonic) death and (demonic) life unless they’re all-knowing gods who have utter mastery over demons. So, unless warlocks — and warlocks only — are indestructible gods who control Sargeras and forced him to create the Burning Legion to burn everything with their unavoidable fel heat known as heat death, warlocks are necromancers and Chris Metzen is a lying schmuck who expects me to believe that the eredar mages actually sacrificed their world and the ability to rule the godlike titan Argus without being slaves JUST TO BE the fel-corrupted converts of Sargeras. Chris Metzen needs to respect the hierarchy.

God Of Fel And Flame, Sargeras, Commands The Eredar To Be Governors And Pseudo-Gods Who Govern On His Behalf

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While fel magic is indeed the magic that disorder is manifested as, it is a magic that can be defined by those who use it and it is used by Sargeras, who infused the eredar with fel energies, twisting their forms to resemble hideous demons. It is the magic of eredar, the fel-corrupted converts of Sargeras. It is the magic of Kil’jaeden and Archimonde, the most powerful of the eredar rulers who rule the godlike titan Argus on Sargeras’s behalf. It is the magic of pseudo-gods who govern on behalf of Sargeras, who molded the eredar Kil’jaeden’s innate cunning and arcane intellect to suit his designs. It is the magic of Kil’jaeden the Deceiver, a deceived deceiver who deceives others with the deceits he’s been told by Sargeras. It is the magic of seemingly mindless warlocks who do not know that they are deceived deceivers who deceive others with the deceits they’ve been given. It’s the magic of Archimonde, who has the warlocks serve as the Legion’s servants, strategists, and tacticians. It is the magic of someone who would terrorize Azeroth with an affliction that has the potential to obliterate the walls between reality and a (fel-emerald) dream.

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Now, Chris Metzen claims that warlocks don’t serve Sargeras as the Legion’s foremost fel mystics, but I implore you not to tolerate the deceits of this deceiver as the truth. Kil’jaeden had his innate cunning and intellect molded by Sargeras to suit the Legion’s designs, yet Chris Metzen is telling me that Kil’jaeden the Deceiver doesn’t serve the same fel purpose that the shivarra mystics serve for Sargeras? Chris Metzen is a liar who doesn’t seem to understand that Sargeras molded Kil’jaeden’s innate cunning and intellect to suit the Legion’s designs. Kil’jaeden is a deceived deceiver who deceives others with the deceits Sargeras gave him. Kil’jaeden is the fel-corrupted puppet of Sargeras and Chris Metzen is a liar who expects me to believe that this demon lord cannot be a mystic or religious leader who serves the same purpose that shivarra priestesses serve for Sargeras. He doesn’t seem to understand that just as being pope does not exclude the pope from being a governor of a church-tower who leads on behalf of a god who governs, being a warlock does not exclude one from being a religious leader who is slightly above acolytes or priests in terms of position.

Highborne Mages Are The First Warlocks Of Azeroth?

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I seriously cannot know who the first warlock of Azeroth is to Chris Metzen if he is a liar who is full of excuses. When regarding to World of Warcraft, Azeroth was first invaded by demons when Queen Azshara and her Highborne mages used the Well of Eternity’s arcane energies to summon the Legion’s minions fel minions and fel energies. I like to think these mages might be the first warlocks of Azeroth because they summoned fel minions and fel energies, but perhaps there is more to being a warlock than just using energies to bring the Legion’s minions into Azeroth? Are warlocks power-addicted governors or power-addicted mages who seek to gain godhood? Chris Metzen claims that Order is most commonly perceived as arcane magic in reality, but is it always perceived as arcane magic? Azshara and her Highborne mages were essentially the governors of the godlike titan Azeroth, holding absolute power, but what price did these mages pay for such a position? These mages were able to “govern” without even making a deal with Sargeras. Perhaps he entered the form of Elune and taught them titan-forged words.

We truly are presented with a dilemma here. The mages of Azeroth are essentially governors who are limited by the order-representing (arcane) titan Azeroth, but that does not mean they are utterly devoid of power. Dreams, life, the elements all belong to Azeroth and its mages, which is why the diviners are called “chronomancers, necromancers, pyromancers, shadowmancers, etc.”. The forces of Azeroth are theirs to order around and it stands to reason that the godlike titan Azeroth can force mages to wield all of her forces. It stands to reason that mages are technically manipulating death when they manipulate the arcane because death is literally an omnipresence force that pushes EVERYTHING to a state of oblivion when regarding to World of Warcraft. Mages are basically godlike beings who wield the powers of Azeroth and warlocks are being treated as shit masters of chaos, demons, and shadow magic who cannot even “divine” the future from demons or stars.

Guardians Of Azeroth Are Burning And Unruly Warlocks Who Cannot Truly Be Controlled By Azeroth And Sargeras?

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Is Chris Metzen telling me that Sargeras cannot transfer a portion of his spirit to the soul of a guardian-mage such as Aegywynn then darken (or mold) the mage’s thoughts to suit the Legion’s designs? Does Chris Metzen believe Sargeras isn’t a warlock who can sacrifice a portion of his spirit and transfer it into a mage’s soul then twist its mind so that the mage becomes a warlock? Does Chris Metzen believe that Aegywynn wasn’t a warlock even though Sargeras darkened her thoughts to suit the Legion’s designs in a manner similar to how he molded Kil’jaeden’s thoughts and intellect? I don’t care what this liar believes in because he is a liar. Warlocks aren’t anything but mages who had their arcane intellect and cunning molded to fit the Legion’s designs and the designs of Sargeras. Aegywynn was just as much a “warlock” as Kil’jaeden is.

Sargeras eventually sacrificed a portion of his soul and transferred it to Aegywynn’s son, Medivh. Is Chris Metzen telling me that Sargeras — through Medivh — cannot use the chaos magics that have burnt out entire worlds and annihilated countless species over the aeons? Is Chris Metzen telling me that Sargeras — through Medivh — cannot teach orcs the secrets of warlock magics and warlocks who believe Medivh is a demon even though Medivh is just a human mage-guardian of the godlike titan Azeroth possessed by a portion of his soul? Does he believe Sargeras cannot force warlocks to be under Archimonde’s command and have them serve whatever purpose the Legion’s necromancers serve? Does he believe that Sargeras — through the guardian Medivh — didn’t control the burning felguard of the burning legion and that felguard aren’t arcane guardians? LULZ. MKAY.

Harbinger Of The Legion’s Mysticism

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Kil’jaeden eventually found an orc named Gul’dan. He promised to make Gul’dan so powerful that on one would ever pity or dominate him again. The orc would become like a god, and he would punish all who had wronged him. In exchange for power, Gul’dan would help the Burning Legion use the orcs as a weapon to destroy the draenei. He agreed to the shadow pact. He had no love for his people and if attaining godhood meant manipulating the orc race, he would not hesitate to do so AS PER THE CHRONICLE. Kil’jaeden instructed his servant in the ways of fel magic and Gul’dan took to the volatile power faster than expected. He reveled in the destructive might at his fingertips and so was born the first orc warlock. Now, Chris Metzen would say that Gul’dan did not believe Kil’jaeden is a god who has godhood to give or that warlocks don’t believe Kil’jaeden is a god who has godhood to give, but I implore you not to tolerate the deceits of this deceiver as the truth.

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Does Chris Metzen believe that ALL warlocks don’t serve Kil’jaeden? I don’t care what Chris Metzen believes in because he is a liar who doesn’t seem to understand that all warlocks follow the career path of the warlock Gul’dan and practice what he practiced as a warlock. The Chronicle Volume 2 clearly establishes that Gul’dan yearned to take Ner’zhul’s place and control the Horde, but that the demon lord denied him the opportunity. As useful as the warlock was, he couldn’t serve as a leader. His strength lay in subterfuge and manipulation — activities best performed in the shadows. Though Gul’dan was furious that his master would not allow him to rule over the Horde, he obeyed. The warlock’s lust for power was second only to his fear of Kil’jaeden and Chris Metzen is a liar who acts as if all orc warlocks don’t follow Gul’dan’s career path as a warlock who obeys and fears Kil’jaeden. He is a liar who doesn’t seem to understand that obeying and fearing Kil’jaeden is one of the practices of a warlock. Gul’dan was a limited necromancer who couldn’t maintain absolute control over a fel horde of orcs and undead (raised by necrolytes) because Kil’jaeden told him to be.

Insurrection: The Warlocks Of The Shadow Council Are Necrolytes

Gul’dan vowed to create an order to help watch over orcs and maintain control over them, yet Chris Metzen is telling me this order isn’t an order-representing (arcane) council of order and power-addicted mages who seek to control orcs and their fate? Does Chris Metzen believe that all warlocks don’t follow Gul’dan’s career path as a limited necromancer who seeks to control the living and the undead? I don’t care what liars believe in. Chris Metzen would actually treat warlocks as fel parodies of necromancers who manipulate death and life, acting as if warlocks would only use the forces of Disorder to manipulate life EVEN AFTER establishing that warlocks are necromancers. Anyways, this group that Gul’dan vowed to create would be known as the Shadow Council and Gul’dan’s trusted Shadowmoon warlocks would form the inner circle of this secretive order. Gul’dan intended to use the orc Blackhand as a puppet ruler. Through the Shadow Council, the warlock would control the Horde, its destiny, and undead.

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With Kil’jaeden’s help, Gul’dan formed the group of orcs called the necrolytes and Chris Metzen is a liar who would have me believe that the warlock Gul’dan didn’t form the necrolytes for a specific fel reason. His story is truly a story of nonsense because clearly there is a reason why Gul’dan formed the group of orcs called the necrolytes. Clearly the reason why he formed the group of necrolytes is so that the orcs can govern the the world of the dead along with its undead and bring the titan-world Draenor to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion. Is Chris Metzen telling me that necromancers aren’t warlocks and that warlocks aren’t necromancers who would govern the world of the dead along with its undead? Oh yes, that’s right. Even if necromancers are technically governors who would govern the underworld of the dead along with its undead, Chris Metzen would have me believe that they aren’t warlocks who govern. He would treat worlds as living creatures that can decay (or be killed) and treat the warlocks’ disorder-representing (fel) energies of disorder as world-killing energies that can bring a world to ruin without being death in the form of necromantic magic, which brings everything to a state of entropic decay and oblivion according to the Chronicle.

Insurrection: Real Demonologists Are Not Fictional Governors And Scientists Who Can Do Impossible Things. Demonologists Are Necromancers Who Can Gather Demonic Spirits And Meld Them With Corpses To Create Demonic Undead

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Even if demons are not real living leeches on the living universe and don’t have souls for warlocks to harvest, Chris Metzen would say that demons are living things who have souls and that warlocks cannot harvest them. Even if demonologists are the masters of demons and everything demonic, including demonic spirits, Chris Metzen would say that demonologists cannot gather demonic spirits and fuse them to corpses to create demonic undead. Even if fictional demonologists are not real scientists who can do impossible things such as harvesting souls and using life essences, Chris Metzen would say that they can do these things. Even if demonologists cannot do impossible things such as using life essence (or life magic) to tap into the Void and pull all manner of abomination from the chaos of the Twisting Nether, Chris Metzen would say that they can do these things. Even if a demonologist cannot maintain absolute control over felguard and observers, creatures that have been described as all-seeing, Chris Metzen would say that the demonologist can. He is a liar because if Gul’dan, the first orc warlock, could do these things, he would not have gathered the spirits of orc warlocks and meld them with corpses to create death knights.

If Gul’dan had the ability to summon and maintain absolute control over felguard and observers, creatures described as all-seeing, he would have an army of felguard and observers aiding him during his search for godhood. If Gul’dan had the ability to summon and maintain control over observers, creatures described as all-seeing, he would not have sought to become an all-seeing god who can see with the eye of Sargeras. Chris Metzen is a liar whose game designers are depicting the (role)playable orc demonologist as the master of demons even though Gul’dan was not THE master of demons. His definition of “demonologist” is just wrong and he would probably act as if demonologists can do things that Gul’dan didn’t even do and stray away from this warlock’s career path as a warlock who died to demons. He would probably act as if “Gul’dan” can exist when regarding to different timelines and act as if the Gul’dan of an alternative timeline can do things that his main counterpart could not even do, causing confusion about the true nature of warlocks and their practices. Time and the definition of warlocks change constantly for this deceiver, he will always be a liar.

Necrolytes Of Warcraft 1 Are Warlocks. Warlocks Of Warcraft 1 Are Necrolytes

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I’m not interested in having a debate about questions, ideologies, and theories concerning demons and warlocks. I’m interested in calling Chris Metzen out for his lies. The warlocks of Warcraft 1 use the power of the underworld and the term underworld can literally be defined as the world of the dead when regarding to real life, yet Chris Metzen would say that they aren’t necromancers who specifically use the necromantic power of the underworld of the dead. As of current canon, Chris Metzen would literally treat worlds as living things and treat the necromancers’ necromantic magic as some unavoidable force that comes from the underworld of the dead Helheim and brings EVERYTHING to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion, which would include worlds HE describes as living. He acts as if warlocks being necromancers who use a world-killing power of the underworld of the dead would ruin the point of his story when it will not because necromancers are essentially who warlocks are. Blizzard employees would call the warlocks of Warcraft 1 as the most powerful of the Orcish sects, yet act as if they aren’t greater necromancers who lead lesser necrolytes where they go in search of ultimate power.

Necrolytes Of Warcraft 2 Are Warlocks. Necrolytes Of Warcraft 2 Are Not Mages Unless Mages Are Warlocks

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Even if the warlocks of Warcraft 2 have necromantic abilities and the necrolytes of Warcraft 2 are described as warlocks, Chris Metzen would literally maintain that warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers and suggest that warlocks aren’t necrolytes by definition. If warlocks truly aren’t necrolytes by definition and necrolytes are actually mages, why did Chris Metzen describe them as warlocks? If necrolytes aren’t warlocks by definition, I believe Chris Metzen should not have described them as warlocks. So, can warlocks be necrolytes? If warlocks can be necrolytes, the question to be asked is if the first warlock is a necrolyte by definition and if he taught those who became the first warlocks their necromantic abilities. Of course, since Chris Metzen maintained that warlocks can have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy without being necromancers, Chris Metzen is a liar who has no control over World of Warcraft.

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Eye of Kilrogg

If Chris Metzen’s mother is still alive, I hope she cuts out Chris Metzen’s fel tongue. Warlocks cannot practice necromancy without being necromancers. The warlock Gul’dan was not able to practice necromancy without being a necromancer. This isn’t the RPG where warlocks can have necromantic abilities without being necromancers who have necromantic abilities that they can employ. The RPG isn’t canon and I believe Chris Metzen’s seemingly fucked up brain needs to register that fact. He is a liar because even if warlock energy can spread like radiation and seep into undead, those trapped between death and life, Chris Metzen would say that fel energy cannot seep into undead or exist in the realm between death and life. He is so full of excuses and even if the undead can be warlocks tainted by fel energies or fel energies can exist inside undead, Chris Metzen would say that fel energies cannot be the necromantic energies that exist in undead or the realm between death and life. He is misusing the term necromancy, all the while maintaining that warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers. He should be shamed.

Necrolytes Of Warcraft 3 Are Warlocks. The Necrolytes Of Warcraft 3 Are Not Mages Unless Mages Are Warlocks

The other orcs are lost. I am the Horde, and I will survive. Choose me, or choose death!” — Ner’zhul

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What next will come from Chris Metzen the Deceiver? That the orc warlock Ner’zhul wasn’t a necromancer? Oh yes, that’s right. Even if the warlock Ner’zhul was a necromancer, Chris Metzen would say that the warlock Ner’zhul can practice necromancy as a warlock without being a necromancer. Because he is (partially) responsible for World of Warcraft, I hold him personally responsible for every liar who claims that warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers. I hold him personally responsible for every liar who claims that warlocks aren’t necromancers and I have no regrets accusing him of being a liar because what I’m stating is true, which is that warlocks are necromancers if they have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy. If necrolytes aren’t warlocks or warlocks aren’t necrolytes, HE should not have described necrolytes as warlocks.

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What next will come from Chris Metzen the Deceiver? Does he believe Kil’jaeden can practice necromancy without being a necromancer? I don’t care what Chris Metzen believes in because 1) he is a liar and 2) he does not care about the continuity of the lore as it’s meant to unfold. Canon lore established that Kil’jaeden held Ner’zhul’s spirit in stasis and that Ner’zhul was warped by Kil’jaeden’s chaotic powers. Canon lore established that Ner’zhul was warped by Kil’jaeden’s chaotic powers and that he became a spectral being known as the Lich King, but we all should know that Chris Metzen’s Chronicle Volume 3 would retcon Ner’zhul being a fel(-tainted) orc who was transformed into the Lich King by Kil’jaeden’s fel powers even though no one is pointing a gun towards his head whilst telling him to change lore. He doesn’t want you thinking that the Lich King was a fel(-tainted) governor who governed the underworld of the dead or that fel energies can be death energies that exist in the realm of the dead.

The Affliction Of Chris Metzen’s Brain

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I’m not joking. Chris Metzen has a disorder. One of the very first definitions of fel energy was given to people when he described it as essentially death energy and now he is telling me that warlocks aren’t necromancers who can afflict living things with necrotic afflictions and use death energies to reanimate the dead? Where is the ensured continuity of the lore? I am not so sure the lore will continue as it is meant to unfold. Times change and that is a constant, Chris Metzen will always be a liar who changes his own lore. He will always be a liar who contradicts himself after I use his own lore to prove my point. No where does the Warcraft 1, 2, or 3 manual describes the warlocks as the masters of chaos, demons, and shadow magic. And even if fel energy is considered to be death energy when regarding to the Vanilla and Burning Crusade era, Blizzard game designers literally treated the (role)playable affliction warlocks of Vanilla as limited necromancers can afflict the living with (necrotic) afflictions, but cannot raise the dead with death energy.

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And now you know Blizzard’s intent for the warlocks of Azeroth. Even if the warlocks of Warcraft 1 itself use the power of the underworld and the underworld can be defined as the world of the dead when regarding to real life, Chris Metzen would say that they aren’t necromancers who specifically use the necromantic power of the underworld of the dead (Helheim). He acts as if their power being a necromantic power that brings worlds HE describes as living to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion will ruin the point of his joke story when it LITERALLY will not because their power is essentially some death energy that brings worlds to a state of oblivion. Even if the necrolytes of Warcraft 2 are described as warlocks and warlocks have necromantic abilities, Chris Metzen would say that warlocks can practice necromancy without being necromancers and thus cause confusion about the true nature of necrolytes. Even if one of the very first definitions of fel energy was given when he described it as death energy, he would retcon fel energy to being some governing force of disorder, and retcon Gul’dan being a necromancer.

The Deciphering Of Demonology

In Sargeras’ name!” — Cabal Warlock

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I’m just curious if Chris Metzen was dropped on the head. Gul’dan was the master of dying to demons, not the master of demons. If Chris Metzen believes demonologists are the masters of demons, someone told him the wrong definition of demonologist. The first orc warlock and the progenitor of all orc demonologists, Gul’dan, sought to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden and Sargeras or one of Sargeras’s pseudo-eyes AS A WARLOCK. This is the lore and Chris Metzen is telling me that the warlock Gul’dan wasn’t a priest who believes Sargeras is a god whose pseudo-eye is all-seeing eye? Chris Metzen doesn’t care about the lore or the continuity of the lore as it’s meant to unfold and he would actually get his game designers depicting the (role)playable orc demonologist or orc warlock as someone who doesn’t follow in Gul’dan’s career path as a warlock who worships demon lords at the Black Temple and cannot gather demonic spirits then meld them with corpses. He claims that Gul’dan was the most powerful warlock and gets his game designers acting as if the (role)playable warlock can do things Gul’dan wasn’t able to do, treating them as OP gods of demons even though Gul’dan was just a weak-sauce pawn of demons.

Demonologists cannot do impossible things such as using souls, life essences, to tap into the Void. They cannot use life magics to tap into the Void and pull all manner of abomination (or demon) from the chaos of the Twisting Nether. They’re not really gods who can summon all manner of felguard and observers from the chaos of the Twisting Nether. They’re not really gods who can maintain absolute power over the summoned creatures. If Gul’dan — the first orc warlock or the progenitor of all orc demonologists who summon demons at the Black Temple — was able to summon and control observers (creatures that have been described as all-seeing), he would not have searched for Sargeras’s pseudo-eye. If he had the ability to summon and control demons along with their spirits, he would not have created the death knights.

The Lords Of Chaos

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Blizzard employees do not care about class fantasy. They depict the (role)playable warlocks as the masters of chaos, demons, and shadow magic even though the Warcraft 1, 2, and 3 manual does not describe them as such. I do not know about you, but when I fantasize about the true masters of chaos, I fantasize about the daemons of Warcraft 1 because the Warcraft 1 manual establishes that daemons are the true lords of chaos. When I fantasize about the true masters of chaos, I fantasize about (un)dead gods or (un)dead kings who can have daemons — the true lords of chaos — lord over necrolytes on their behalf. The Warcraft 1 manual made it perfectly clear that legends also state that some have the power to summon these creatures and control them, but if this is so, none are alive to tell the tale of how it is accomplished. So, why should I believe that warlocks can have the power to summon demons and control them without being (un)dead gods or (un)dead kings who have necromantic energies surging through their damned bodies? Because Blizzard employees don’t continue with THAT lore and don’t care about sensible continuity of the lore?

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Some (or all) warlocks can be undead and fel energy can seep into them, so why does Chris Metzen believe that fel energy cannot (or does not) exist in undead or the realm between death and life? Why does he believe that fel energy cannot be a death energy that exists in the realm between death and life? He established that fel energy is the death energy of some netherworld/underworld that serves as the world of the dead (for demonic creatures). His own lore established that fel energy is the death energy of some burning legion of demons who would scour living creation as if they’re necromancers of the Scourge. His own lore established that fel energy is the death energy of demons, homunculi or pseudo-liches who have spirits tethered to the Twisting Nether. His own lore established that fel energy is the death energy of necromancers known as warlocks.

The Lich King Is An Affliction Warlock Who Would Afflict The Living With Necrotic Afflictions? Affliction Warlocks Are Limited By Blizzard Employees And Their Asininity?

Does Metzen believe that Ner’zhul wasn’t a governor-warlock who governs systems with fel magic and is destined to be destroyed (by the fel)? Does Chris Metzen believe that Ner’zhul wasn’t a warlock who uses fel energy and that warlocks aren’t necromancers? Oh yes, that’s right. He would retcon fel energy essentially being death energy and treat it as some cosmic force that governs alongside the force of order all the while acting as if the Ner’zhul wasn’t a king-warlock who governs Azeroth and/or its undead. Even if no canon source, when regarding to the WoTLK era, contradicted fel energy being death energy and the warlocks of Wrath of the Lich King have the ability to bring a slow death to their enemies, Blizzard employees treated the (role)playable affliction warlocks of WoTLK as limited deathbringers and necromancers who can afflict the living with (necrotic) afflictions but cannot raise the dead. They should be insulted and utterly shamed. These petty thieves basically established that affliction warlocks are cheap and limited necromancers who can afflict the living with (necrotic) affliction, then took away their identity as cheap necromancers and left them as what now? As I understand it, warlocks are still cheap necromancers.

The Lich King Bolvar himself is just as much a burning and unruly governor-king-warlock that represents disorder as a burning and unruly demon of the Burning Legion is. Does Metzen believe that the Lich King isn’t burning and unruly creature that serves a fel purpose to the Burning Legion? Shame on him. The Burning Legion had the Lich King created to scour life and it’s not as if the Lich King is a living person who has free will and can try to walk away from it’s fate as a Legion puppet. The Lich King is undead and the undead should be brain-dread creatures who should not have the ability to speak or think. Of course, the undead are not really cold frozen beings who are utterly devoid of heat. They can burn and move, yet Chris Metzen the Liar expects me to believe that the heat (or fire) of the undead cannot be a necromantic force used by a pyromancer such as the Lich King. He expects me to believe that warlocks cannot be necromancers and pyromancers who divine the future of worlds through (fel) fire and that is why he is a canonically canon moron.

The Necromantic Frenzy Of The Warlocks

What next from the liar? That Deathwing wasn’t a burning, fel, and unruly demon of the burning, fel, and unruly Burning Legion? That burning, fel, and unruly warlocks cannot be mini-aspects of death (or shaman) who seek to emulate the Aspect of Death or reap the souls of humanity? Does Chris Metzen believe he has control over warlocks? Oh yes, that’s right. I almost forgot. Chris Metzen has no control over Azeroth, the Burning Legion, and warlocks because he is a liar whose story is a story of contradictions, metaphors, and lies. An orc shaman can be a power-addicted person who seeks to push the boundaries of his power and become a god who doesn’t have limits. If Chris Metzen believes an orc shaman wouldn’t indulge in the extremely addictive fel energies and commune with a demon in disguise as a radiant elemental entity through dream visions, he is wrong. If he believes a warlock isn’t essentially a power-addicted maniac and shaman on extremely potent drugs, he is wrong. If he believes that warlocks cannot be necromancers or pyromancers who can divine the future of worlds through (fel) fire and believe that the world is going to burn, he is wrong.

If Chris Metzen believes the death of a world and all its inhabitants isn’t fel or that fel isn’t a death-giving force that kills a world, seeps into its inhabitants, kills them, and can exist in the Shadowlands, he is wrong. If he believes warlocks aren’t power-hungry shaman who seek to push the boundaries of their power and become a god who doesn’t have limits, he is wrong. Gul’dan claimed that fel magic was a higher form of shamanism and why is that? Are warlocks actually power-addicted shaman who are from a (dying) world being slowly killed by fel energies, seek to push the boundaries of their power, and would take an addictive substance to widen their minds? Of course they are. Warlocks are not gods who can govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe with the forces of Order and Disorder OR rain fiery green meteors from the heavens using spells that Kil’jaeden gave them.

The Secrets Of The Ogre Mage Cho’gall

Foolish mortals — (Usurper’s children!) Nothing you have done — (SPAWN OF A LESSER GOD!) I am trying to speak here! (Words, words, words! The Master wants MURDER!) All falls to chaos. ALL will be destroyed. (Chaos, chaos!) Your work here today changes nothing. (Chaos, chaos, all things END!) No mortal may see what you have and live. Your end has come.” — Cho’gall

I’m just curious if Chris Metzen believes that Cho’gall didn’t follow Gul’dan’s career path as a warlock who sought to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden. I’m just curious if Chris Metzen believes that warlocks don’t follow Gul’dan’s career path as a warlock who sought to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden and that warlocks aren’t priests who believe Kil’jaeden is a god who has godhood to promise. I’m just curious if Chris Metzen believes warlocks aren’t maniacs who search for something that doesn’t exist. If there is no true god who has godhood to give when regarding to World of Warcraft, Kil’jaeden did what he did best when he entered the guise of a god and promised the warlock Gul’dan godhood. Kil’jaeden is a deceiver who transforms others into deceived deceivers who deceive others with the deceits he gave them. Gul’dan was a deceived deceiver who did indeed search for something that doesn’t exist unless there really is a god who has godhood to give and Chris Metzen is a moron who expects me to believe that Cho’gall didn’t follow the warlock Gul’dan’s career path as a psycho who sought to gain godhood.

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Chris Metzen is a liar whose own lore shall be used against him. He claims that Order is most commonly perceived as arcane magic in reality and that the forces of Order and Disorder govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe, which is why I like to think of mages who use arcane magic as gods who govern or godlike governors who govern on behalf of the titans, but no where does the Chronicle Volume 2 manual refer to the ogre-mage Cho’gall as a “god” or “governor”. Aside from that fact, the Chronicle made it perfectly clear that Cho’gall was a power-hungry mage who was not interested in the ideologies the warlock Gul’dan spouted concerning demons and the Legion. Clearly a warlock is not just some power-hungry mage who seeks to gain godhood. Warlocks are literally demon-worshipers and necromancers who believe the Burning Legion moves world to world and scours all demonologists who believe they’re the masters of demons.

The Secrets Of The Shadow Council And The Council Of The Black Harvest

He would probably act as if warlocks can exist in different timelines and act as if the warlocks of the Shadow Council can do things completely different from what the warlocks of the Shadow Council do during an alternative timeline. He probably acts as if a warlock can do something completely different from what his alternate version does and act as if the practices of a warlock can “change”. Time and the definition of warlocks change constantly for this deceiver, he will always be a liar and that is a constant. The Shadow Council is a group of mortal warlocks that Gul’dan formed to control the orcs and their destiny. Forming an order to control people is what a warlock does and Chris Metzen is a moron who expects me to believe that the Council of the Black Harvest isn’t a smaller council of the Shadow Council. He acts as if a warlock can stray away from Gul’dan’s career path as a warlock who serves Kil’jaeden and do all these crazy things that Gul’dan wasn’t able to do, treating them as masters of chaos or demons, all the while claiming that Gul’dan was the most powerful warlock to exist or treating him as the posterboy for warlocks.

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He was destined to be the savior of the lore. Times changed. Now, Chris Metzen is the harbinger of the Burning Legion’s ultimate necromancer of Azeroth — Gul’dan. When regarding to the alternate timeline, Gul’dan is considered to be the so-called first warlock and he formed a group of orcs known as the necrophytes, warlocks who are stated to desecrate the dead in the boneyard, and Chris Metzen is telling me that necrophytes aren’t warlocks? Why are they described as warlocks IF they aren’t warlocks? Are Blizzard employees lying again? Who can I trust for accurate lore if Blizzard employees are liars who would retcon their own lore just for the giggles? Their own lore establishes that the so-called first warlock, Gul’dan, was a necrophyte as a warlock. Their own lore ultimately establishes that warlocks are necrophytes who follow Gul’dan’s career path as a warlock who would summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead and teach their arts to others.

The Secrets Of The Void Lords

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Unless warlocks are burning and unruly stars who has the fate of all worlds written in them, warlocks are necromancers and Chris Metzen is a liar who acts as if stars aren’t burning and unruly representations of disorder. Even if holy magics and shadow magics are cosmic forces that cosmic entities are composed of, Chris Metzen would say that they aren’t cosmic forces that “touch” and “govern” the cosmic systems of the physical universe lest they be the cosmic forces of Order and Disorder known as arcane magic and fel magic. Even if holy magic and shadow magic are cosmic forces that would totally touch and “govern” the cosmic systems of the physical universe, Chris Metzen would say that cosmic entities composed of holy magic and shadow magic (the naaru and void lords respectively) aren’t composed of fel energies. Chris Metzen would (ironically) treat void lords as limited beings, incapable of being affliction warlocks who govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe with the cosmic forces of Order and Disorder, all the while treating affliction warlocks as the masters of shadow magic.

Entropic Horror

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“When I consume your world, my armies will save you for last.”

I don’t believe Chris Metzen understands the difference between what is real and what isn’t real. If I want to say that void lords are fel lords and fel lords are burning and unruly creatures who represent disorder, I will. Chris Metzen acts as if the void lords are real living beings who can “move” or “think”, so why should I believe they are utterly devoid of heat or why should I believe they are utterly “frozen”? Why should I believe they cannot burn (a little) and be unruly lords who govern? Chris Metzen needs to give me a reason to believe him because, at this point, it is clear that he is a liar who would expect me to believe that void lords cannot burn and be unruly lords who command (or govern) demons even if his lore establishes that void entities aren’t utterly frozen entities who are devoid of (fel) heat.

The Secrets Of The Void Revenant Xhul’horac

LEGION! Destroy all who stand before you!” — Xhul’horac

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Perhaps it’s entirely possible that a void god such as Entropious can have entropic fel energies of a measure so small that the denizens of the cosmos cannot even know that void lords are technically fel(-infused) lords of disorder? If so, are void entities really entities of non-existence? When regarding to World of Warcraft, of course they’re not. If void entities don’t really exist in reality, they don’t exist and aren’t real when regarding to World of Warcraft. And if they don’t exist and aren’t real when regarding to World of Warcraft, Gul’dan did not summon Xhul’horac. And if Gul’dan did not summon Xhul’horac, Chris Metzen is a liar. Void entities are not entirely devoid of heat and Chris Metzen is a liar who expects me to believe that the heat of void entities isn’t entropic and fel. He expects me to believe that a void lord or the void revenant Xhul’horac cannot be a warlock who commands the Legion, use fel energy, and awaits his destiny as what now? Where do demons or shadowfel revenants go upon fel destruction if they are creatures of Disorder AND Void? The Twisting Nether or the Void? Does it really matter since demons cease to exist as demons when they die?

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I’m not going to tolerate Chris Metzen treating demons as immortal pseudo-liches who can have spirits tethered to the Twisting Nether without being undead. Does Chris Metzen believe I’m going to tolerate him acting as if mortals who have mortal souls can become immortal demons without having to sacrifice their mortal souls and become (un)dead? Why does this blog have to be about philosophy and questions? The fact that Blizzard employees are now treating demons as living beings who can (only) die in the Twisting Nether or living beings who can (only) die under certain circumstances does not erase the fact that they once established that demons are immortal and that they have the requirement to be considered gods. The fact that Blizzard employees are now treating demons as living beings who can die does not erase the fact that they once established that the question if one can truly destroy a god has departed the realm of philosophy.

The Secrets Of Xavius, God Of Azeroth

Chris Metzen’s mind has departed the realm of philosophy. The fictional gods of his fiction are not really real gods who can be destroyed because they are not real creatures that exist when regarding to real life. The fictional gods of his story cannot be destroyed and if I want to say that the gods of Warcraft are titans or that titans are godlike beings who govern behalf of warlocks, I will. If I want to say that the titans are just as much burning, fel, and unruly representations of disorder as the fel infernals composed of their matter are, I will. If I want to say that fel demons or fel infernals are gods or godlike beings who cannot be destroyed because they are linked to the fel heart of the fel titan Argus, I will. If I want to say that Chris Metzen is a moron, I will. Daemons, or demons, are not followers of the underworld whose dream is to discover lost incantations and command the power of the Daemon. Daemons, or demons, are not warlocks because they’re not living beings who can sacrifice their mortal soul and warlocks are not nightmare demons who are spawned by Chris Metzen’s fel-emerald nightmare or the fel-emerald dream of the fel titan Sargeras.

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What next will come from Chris Metzen the Deceiver? That Xavius wasn’t an affliction warlock and that affliction warlocks aren’t the masters of shadow-touched powers (or shadow magic)? For someone who can terrorize the godlike titan Azeroth, it sure seems that Xavius would totally be limited by Chris Metzen and his asininity if he actually had control over anything related to World of Warcraft. This liar would probably have me believe that Xavius cannot threaten Azeroth with the fel-emerald nightmare of the emerald star or titan Argus and the fel-emerald nightmare of the titan Sargeras. This liar would probably have me believe that a fel(-tainted) demon can exist outside the fel-emerald dream or fel-emerald nightmare of a fel(-tainted) titan or warlock. What’s disturbing is that this person would treat worlds as living (titans) and act as if they can dream or have nightmares. What’s even more disturbing is that even though Sargeras is a fel titan and a fel titan is a titan whose fel dream or fel nightmare would totally manifest as fel lords known as void lords, Chris Metzen would say that Sargeras’s dream or nightmare cannot manifest as fel lords known as void lords. He would act as if the void lords being composed of pure fel energy is going to ruin the point of his story.

The Warlocks Of Warcraft 1 Are Not The True Lords Of Chaos, Demons, And Shadow Unless They’re Gods Who Control The Undead Or Necromancers

And what is the point of his story? That it’s okay to have different beliefs? That it’s okay to have a belief that interferes with canon lore? What is canon lore? Some piece of garbage that Chris Metzen can exchange for something better even though he is the one creating it? This psychopath seems to be regretting the decisions he make for his own lore and changing it even though no one is pointing a gun towards his head whilst telling him to be an inconsistent liar who changes minor details about the lore as if he has a point. No one is pointing a gun towards his head whilst telling him to be an inconsistent liar who does not care about the continuity of the lore as it’s meant to unfold and gets his game designers depicting the (role)playable warlocks the wrong way. When I fantasize about the true lords of chaos, I fantasize about the daemons of Warcraft 1 BECAUSE the Warcraft 1 manual establishes that daemons are the true lords of chaos. When I fantasize about the true lords of chaos, I fantasize about necrolytes who work on behalf of daemons and can sacrifice their mortal soul to become one with them, “transforming” into the true lords of chaos.

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When I fantasize about the true lords of chaos, I do not fantasize about losers limited by Blizzard employees and their limited imagination. These liars are not deceiving me. I know something fishy is going on. If demons — when regarding to World of Warcraft — really are real beings who have spirits and demonologists truly are the masters of demons along with everything demonic (that relates to them), demonologists would (or do) have control over their souls whether they are disembodied or not. However, demons are not real living beings and warlocks don’t really have the power to control them because they would be necromancers. Ergo, even though the Warcraft 1 manual establishes that spells that summon daemons are theirs to use, the Warcraft manual establishes that daemons are the true lords of chaos and that the details of how the warlocks’ ability work is questionable.

Veil Of Gul’dan The Orc Deceiver Lifted

Whether Gul’dan is a power-addicted orc shaman of the Shadowmoon clan or an orc outcast who was pushed to the brink of death when he supposedly heard the fel whispers, Chris Metzen will always be a liar. Gul’dan was at a questionable state of mind when he supposedly heard the fel whispers. He was supposedly promised godhood when he was an energy-deprived orc who would offer his service just that his suffering can end. He was a maniac who searched for something that doesn’t exist because there is no true god when regarding to World of Warcraft unless I say so. Who the hell does Chris Metzen believe he is other than a liar whose friends depict the (role)playable warlocks the wrong way? I’m not interested in (role)playing warlocks or playing World of Warcraft and feeding Blizzard employees my money because I realized what they’re doing, so how they going to act as if they aren’t in the wrong?

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These sick people have a messed up logic, depicting Gul’dan as the first warlock all the while acting as if those who he trained cannot do what he did as a warlock. He acts as if the (role)playable warlock doesn’t ritually do what Gul’dan did as a warlock and that the (role)playable warlock can stray away from Gul’dan’s career path as a warlock who awaits his destiny, Chris Metzen the Deceiver might as well say that a warlock isn’t a warlock who awaits his destiny as what now? What is the destiny of all warlocks? Oh yeah, that’s right. The career path or the fel path of warlocks ultimately leads to death and the Shadowlands, not immortality and the Twisting Nether. Chris Metzen wants to establish that fel energy is death energy, establish that the Twisting Nether is essentially the realm of the dead that has astral winds that the spirits of the dead float upon, establish that the Nether is a realm of demonic magics that bind the worlds together, then retcon fel energy being death energy or retcon the Nether being the realm of the dead for demonic creatures? Okay, this moron can be my guest. Warlocks still aren’t demon lords whose demonic souls go to the Twisting Nether.

The Warlocks Of Azeroth Are Necromancers Who Were Uniquely Susceptible To Fel Magic And Walk The Fel Path To Death And The Shadowlands

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Chris Metzen should be shamed. Gul’dan was a mortal whose mortal soul was tainted by fel energies. The fel energies of Gul’dan’s mortal soul went to the Shadowlands along with Gul’dan’s mortal soul and warlocks can totally pull death energies known as fel energies from that realm. Affliction warlocks are necromancers who can afflict the living with (necrotic) afflictions and raise the dead with death energies known as fel energies. Blizzard employees are liars and petty thieves who believe they can get away with treating fel energy as death energy and treating warlocks as limited necromancers who can only afflict the living with necrotic afflictions, then taking away their identity as cheap necromancers and leaving them worse than cheap necromancers who can afflict the living with necrotic afflictions, form a group of demonic necrolytes, destroy/sacrifice them (destruction), and use their necromantic energies to scour a living world that was uniquely susceptible to fel magic.

Even if disorder is just as unavoidable as death and the very nature of things is to become less orderly as time passes, Chris Metzen would say that fel magic isn’t a death-touched (or technically necromantic) power even after establishing that fel energy is essentially death energy. Even if death is unavoidable and pushes everything to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion, Chris Metzen would say that it doesn’t push warlocks to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion. Even if warlocks are pushed ever closer to a state of oblivion, Chris Metzen would say that death’s hand isn’t pushing warlocks on their fel path to death and the Shadowlands. He is a liar who is full of excuses and his story is a story of nonsense BECAUSE even if the fel path of the warlocks ultimately leads to death and the Shadowlands, Chris Metzen would say that the fel energies of the fel path cannot exist in the Shadowlands. Even if undead spirits are twisting spirits of disorder and don’t seem orderly at all, Chris Metzen would say that they are orderly and aren’t actually the twisting demons of the Twisting Nether in disguise as spirits of the dead.

Veil Of Chris Metzen The Deceiver Lifted

Does Chris Metzen believe I’m done? I’m not even close. He would not credit Kil’jaeden as the first warlock and why is that? Does the netherlord title pigeonhole a demon lord? Is a demon lord incapable of being a netherlord who lords over chaos, demons, shadow magic, and a world? Can Kil’jaeden exist outside the physical reality of Azeroth — the World of Warcraft — or is Kil’jaeden exempt from the rules of the World of Warcraft (the one true titan that should only matter to us because every other titan is a dead world)? Does Kil’jaeden the Deceiver exist? Does Chris Metzen believe the legion of Blizzard employees cannot be stopped and that his deceptions prevent me from reaching a critical moment? Is Chris Metzen infuriated? I don’t care if Chris Metzen is mad because he is a liar who expects me to believe that the netherlord can have mastery over chaos, demons, and shadow magic without being a corrupt demon lord in disguise and expects me to believe that demons are living even if they’re not living mortals who can sacrifice their souls to Sargeras in exchange for demonhood.

He would treat demons as homunculi or pseudo-liches who have spirits tethered to the Twisting Nether all the while expecting me to believe that warlocks who commune with them aren’t communing with the (un)dead. He treats warlocks as joke necromancers who did not pay the price Kil’jaeden paid for mastery over chaos, demons, and shadow magic. His fraudulent game designers depict the (role)playable warlocks as the masters of chaos, demons, and shadow magic even though the Warcraft 1 does not describe them as such. He does not care about the continuity of the lore as it’s meant to unfold and would say that there are exceptions to the rule about what classes can do, pretending that all orc warlocks don’t ritually do what Gul’dan ritually did as a warlock and serve Kil’jaeden. He is a canonically canon moron and I would not be surprised if this sick freak would actually call his living baby a demon because he thinks demons are living beings even if they’re not living mortals whose souls go to the realm of the dead upon death.

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Seriously, what is the point of Chris’ joke story? That it’s okay to have different beliefs? That it’s okay to have a belief that conflicts with canon? He doesn’t want me to have my own belief. He expects me to believe whatever nonsense he believes in then change my belief when he changes his own belief even though I’m not his slave. It’s a well established, CANON fact that absolute power corrupts. This sick fuck, Chris Metzen, really expects me to believe that the netherlord can have absolute power over chaos, demons, and/or shadow magic along with dominion over a world (and its undead spirits) without being a corrupt demon lord, god, or necromancer who needs to be terminated with extreme prejudice. This psycho expects me to believe that demons are living even if they’re not living mortal necrolytes who can sacrifice their mortal souls to Sargeras in exchange for true power over chaos, demons, and shadow magic. He expects me to believe warlocks who ritually commune with demons aren’t necromancers who commune with the dead and that is why he has no control over World of Warcraft.