Warlocks Are Necromancers Who Can Destroy Azeroth And Bring Its Living Inhabitants To A State Of Oblivion.

Affliction Of Chris Metzen’s Brain

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(Light and Void) energy can neither be created nor destroyed; rather, it transforms from one form to another. For instance, (Light or Void) energy can be converted to fel energy.

In order to understand why warlocks are necromancers, we must understand that Chris Metzen is a liar whose story is a story of contradictions. Even if (Light and Void) energy cannot be created, this liar would say that warlock energy is created. He would say that it is created when, if anything, it is Light and Void energy (of some form). He would treat whatever (false) god that represents the Light as a limited god, incapable of being a warlock who governs the cosmic systems of the physical universe, all the while treating the warlocks as pseudo-gods who govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe with fel magic, the governing force of disorder. And even if warlocks are from a world and need to get their powers from someone or somewhere, they aren’t treated as chronomancers or mages who use the time-affected, volatile arcane powers of the ordered world they inhabit.

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Perhaps Chris Metzen has a disease — a fel affliction or fel disorder that would wither his body and brain away as time passes. I’m not interested in (role)playing as some pseudo-necromancer. I’m interesting in telling people what is wrong (with him and his story). And what’s wrong is that even though warlock magic is shadow magic or a magic that warlocks should be able to convert shadow magic into, it is not stated to be shadow magic (in a form). What’s wrong is that even though warlocks are from a world and need to get their powers from someone or somewhere, they aren’t treated as priests who exist in a world and are gifted with shadow energies from void lords. What’s wrong is that even though shadow energy is just an energy that the void lords are composed of and void lords don’t (naturally) exist in reality, shadow energy is something that Metzen would say can (or does) exist in reality. What’s wrong is that even though necrolytes cannot be acolytes who use shadow energy if shadow energy doesn’t exist, Chris Metzen would say that shadow energy exists and that necrolytes can use it.

Demonology 101 For Chris Metzen The Deceiver

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Unless warlocks are unreal gods, warlocks are necromancers who are gifted with demonic powers of (false) gods and Chris Metzen is a lying schmuck. Let’s get something straight here. Demonology is not the practice of gods who maintain absolute control over demons. The Warcraft Encyclopedia clearly establishes that demons are immortals and there are no hard and fast rules to define what it means to be a god in Warcraft, save that all gods are immortal. Demons have the requirement to be considered gods and I doubt warlocks can have full control over pseudo-gods without being true gods who deal with the fate of demons. And just what is the fate of the so-called immortal demons? Can one (such as a warlock) truly destroy a god and put a lasting end to its existence? Why do you not ask Chris Metzen? Why do you not ask the liar who would say I’m wrong even though I’m using his own lore to prove that he is a wishy washy loser who would retcon his own lore because he doesn’t like me being right?

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The forces of Life and Death hold sway over every living demonic creature in the physical universe. The energies of Life, known commonly as nature magics, promote growth and renewal in all demonic things. Death, in the form of necromantic magic, acts as a counterbalance to Life. It is an unavoidable force that breeds despair in the mortal hearts of demonic creatures and pushes every demonic thing toward a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion.
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There is some guy who goes by Aquamonkey and he believes demons are living beings immune to death in the form of necromantic magic because of Chris Metzen’s Chronicle. He might as well say that demons exist inside impenetrable nether bubbles that block out death and time.

If demons truly are living beings in 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 demonologists can use the forces of death and life to hold sway (or control) over demons. Of course, Chris Metzen is a lying loser who 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 souls tethered to some nonphysical realm of existence known as the Twisting Nether. He would expect me to believe that demons are living beings who can die, even if they aren’t living beings who can die to death itself. This little liar needs to be called out for his bullshit. If demons are living beings who can die, they’re merely mortals who cheat death.

Destruction Of Chris Metzen’s Creations

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Make no mistake, Chris Metzen’s claims are pure bullshit. His claims are bullshit and you just can’t spray shit with febreze and expect it to magically transform into something good. Demons are still not LIVING CREATURES whose souls (specifically) go to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death and I place special emphasis on not living creatures. They are astral entities from an astral dimension and have an astral form of existence that is fundamentally different from the mortals who come from the realm of existence known as the Great Dark Beyond. Of course, perhaps they’re not astral entities because Blizzard employees are liars rife with excuses: Blizzard employees established that the Twisting Nether is an astral dimension with energies that warp reality and creation. If demons are truly real creatures from an astral dimension or the Twisting Nether, they would be warped by the warping energies of the Twisting Nether — body as well as mind. And when I fantasize about warping entities created by Chris Metzen the Deceiver, I do not fantasize about real living creatures with a perceptible, set appearance.

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I fantasize about Old Gods and void lords. So, why? Why does he depict demons as real living creatures with a perceptible, set appearance? Is it because Chris Metzen is a liar? OF COURSE IT IS. If the Twisting Nether is a realm of existence with stars, worlds, and civilizations, it would literally be no different from the Great Dark Beyond. Matt Burns understands this and yet he would say that demons are physical, living beings. He is a liar rife with excuses and he shouldn’t even be claiming demons are from the Twisting Nether, an astral dimension, if he is unwilling to accept what demons are if they’re from an astral dimension. Demons are astral entities who don’t exist in physical reality and I like to think of them as void lords with an alternative name and color scheme.

Entropic Horrors Are Void Horrors

If the void lords don’t exist and the Old Gods exist, I cannot help but to wonder if they are a legion of demons or governors who govern with fel magic, the governing force of disorder. I mean, Blizzard employees act as if demons are just creatures from worlds different from Azeroth, so surely Old Gods are demons right? Well, if Old Gods are not demons and aren’t from the Twisting Nether, they cannot know of (or have known anything about) demons. This ultimately means that demons must have made their existence known to Old Gods. Of course, any Old God who claims that demons are real is practically an insane being who serves non-existent void lords. If anything, demons are unreal creatures created by deceivers or nut-jobs who come up with fictional characters (e.g. Blizzard employees and Old Gods).

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I believe the idea of demons and Old Gods existing is just as ridiculous as worlds being treated as living titans. However, I’ll pretend that titans are living for the remainder of this blog: Two titans went to war with the demons. Their names were Sargeras and Aggramar. Eventually, while hunting demons by himself, Sargeras discovered the void lords’ so-called plans to corrupt a world-soul. As Sargeras pondered how to stop the void lords, he came to a troubling conclusion. Existence itself was flawed. The only way to spare the universe from the void lords was by destroying all creation. Despite his vast power, he could not prosecute his crusade alone. He needed loyal servants. He needed demons. Sargeras rallied the creatures to his side and indulged in the might of fel magic. The destructive energy granted Sargeras power beyond anything he had ever known. The corrupted titan gave some of this newfound power to his demonic acolytes and named his growing army the Burning Legion.

Fel Magic — The Magic Of Mages, Order, And Titans

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If the Burning Legion is an army created by one of the order-aligned titans, I wonder if the Burning Legion represents order despite the fact that Metzen depicts the army as a representative of disorder. I mean, the titans are a group of unruly godlike beings that burned with Sargeras’ so-called fel fire, so are (living) worlds that “burn” actually a burning group of demons just like the Burning Legion? Can “burning” worlds actually be demons since worlds are connected by (or tethered to) the Twisting Nether per WC3? Or are “burning” worlds merely demonic worlds? Are demons actually infernals or worlds with portions of spirits that can possess mages? Is a mage possessed by a portion of a fel titan or infernal’s spirit actually a demon? Or is a mage possessed by a portion of a fel titan or infernal’s spirit merely a demonic channeler who channels inner demons and the forbidden, nether powers of some (nether)world that seems to serve as both world of the dead and world of the living for demons? Perhaps mages are necromancers? Perhaps mages are warlocks? Perhaps Chris Metzen needs to off himself?

What is the point of his story of contradictions? Does he believe mages — as mages — aren’t warlocks? Does he believe that warlocks — as warlocks — aren’t mages? What point does he have saying that mages aren’t warlocks or that warlocks aren’t mages? You know, warlocks are from a world and need to get their powers from someone or somewhere. Those who became the first warlocks had to get the secrets of warlock magics from someone or somewhere. And since the eredar mages of the arcane are NOT all-knowing gods and governors despite being diviners who divine the arcane secrets of the godlike titan Argus or whatever god that titan is like, I am not suppose to believe that warlocks are all-knowing (pseudo-)gods or merely former mages who have divined all there is to be divined. If anything, warlocks are mages who specifically divine fel secrets.

Fel Magic — The Magic Of Necrolytes

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The godlike titan Sargeras himself is not all-knowing and stating that the “warlock” label pigeonholes him is just ridiculous. Sargeras was described as a warrior. Are non-magical warriors somehow not pigeonholed to being non-magical warriors? Blizzard employees treat the warrior Sargeras as some godlike entity who can do all these magical things that warriors shouldn’t even be able to do AS WARRIORS all the while treating warlocks as pigeonholed. Shame on them. If anything, Sargeras himself is the first warlock. Anyways, he used a felsteel scythe to harvest the so-called souls of demons. He trapped demonic spirits in it and — as a (pseudo-)warlock — is thus essentially a necrolyte who commanded the spirits of dead demonic creatures. Blizzard employees can lie all they want, Sargeras is defined by what he did and what he does, which includes harvesting demonic spirits and controlling the spirits of dead demonic creatures. Sargeras is essentially a necromancer and those who state that he isn’t are just liars who treat him as an all-powerful god DESPITE the fact that he is not.

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You know, even if a warlock isn’t a necromancer, a necromancer who has necromantic abilities and teaches necromantic abilities obviously imparts necromantic abilities to his students. And just what is the goal of the necromancer Sargeras? To scour living creation. One can presume that the eredar warlocks serve Sargeras as living deathbringers and necrolytes who command the spirits of his living and undead servants with fel magic. One can presume that Chris Metzen is a liar whose story is shit. While fel magic is indeed the magic of disorder, it is also a magic that can be defined by those who use it and it is used by a necrolyte. It is the magic of a necrolyte and Chris Metzen is a lying schmuck who expects me to believe a warlock can wield fel magic — the magic of a necrolyte — without being a necrolyte who can command the spirits of the dead with fel magic. He would expect me to believe that necrolytes are mages, but why would demonic (fel) necrolytes that serve Sargeras be mages if mages are arcane spellcasters and arcane is the so-called opposite of fel?

Highborne Mages Are The First Warlocks Of Azeroth?

I pray that the Light of a Thousand Moons will grant me this honor.” — Enchanted Arcane Magus

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It’s as if warlocks are actually limited necrolytes who cannot command the spirits of the dead with fel magic just because Chris Metzen says so. That, or warlocks can command the spirits of the dead and Chris Metzen is just acting as if warlocks can have necromantic abilities without being necrolytes who can apply their necromantic abilities. This moron does not get to act as if warlocks can have necromantic abilities without being necromancers who can apply their necromantic abilities, not without paying a price of my choosing. And I choose to call him out. Now, when regarding to World of Warcraft, Azeroth was first invaded by fel demons and their fel energies when the queen Azshara and her Highborne used the Well of Eternity’s arcane energies to bring the Legion’s minions into Azeroth. I like to think these mages might be the first warlocks of Azeroth because they summoned the Legion’s fel minions and, by extension, their fel energies. Of course, perhaps being a warlock is much more than being about summoning the Legion’s fel minions and their fel energies? Perhaps.

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Once warlocks summon the Legion’s fel minions and their fel energies, what do they do with them? The forces of Order and Disorder inherently govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe, so do warlocks just govern the systems of the physical universe with fel magic? What is their goal? Are warlocks actually power-addicted governors who seek to gain godhood from a demon (lord) such as Sargeras? I doubt a warlock can seek to gain godhood from Sargeras or one of his (pseudo-)eyes without believing that Sargeras himself is a god. If warlocks only knew that Sargeras is just a titan-world, why do the warlocks of Azeroth not just (seek to) drain the mana or volatile arcane energies of the godlike titan Azeroth or the power of Elune?

Jaedenar Awaits: Warlocks Are Necromancers

Bear witness to the undeniable power of our dark masters.” — the first orc warlock (Gul’dan) telling a person (or people) what to do instead of telling deceits.

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Anyways, Sargeras had specifically tasked the eredar Kil’jaeden and the Legion’s other commanders with finding new races to incorporate into their armies. Kil’jaeden focused on corrupting beings known as the orcs. He needed an agent from their race to follow his will, and he carefully searched for someone whom he could sway to his side. Kil’jaeden found many suitable candidates, but none held as much potential as Gul’dan. Gul’dan was a pitiful orc wasted away by hunger and pushed to the brink of death before he heard the whispers of Kil’jaeden. Kil’jaeden reached out to his desperate prey and whispered in his mind. He promised to make Gul’dan so powerful that no 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 this power, Gul’dan would help the Burning Legion use the orcs as a weapon to destroy the draenei. Gul’dan agreed to this shadow pact. He had no love for his own people, only disdain. Their customs and traditions had caused his suffering. If attaining godhood meant manipulating the orc race, he would not hesitate to do so. Kil’jaeden instructed his new servant in the ways of fel magic.

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Now, why would Gul’dan be (or become) a warlock if a warlock is literally being treated as some limited (pseudo-)necrolyte who serves Kil’jaeden the Deceiver? Why is Chris Metzen is a loser? The necrolytes are a group formed by warlock deceivers who would claim they maintain absolute power over demons when they absolutely DO NOT. Gul’dan — as a demonologist — was not some (pseudo)god or fel-using governor who can harvest demonic souls and place them in corpses to create brain-dead abominations that are both demonic and undead. He wanted to form an army that would aid him during his quest for godhood and melded the spirits of his Shadow Council warlocks with corpses to create death knights. He — as a warlock — was essentially a necromancer who sacrificed his necrolytes and used their necromantic energies after/whilst feigning obedience to Kil’jaeden, who helped him form the group of necrolytes. He was a necromancer, but not in the way I believe a warlock should be.

Mages Are Not Necrolytes Unless Mages Are Warlocks Whose Goal Is The Goal Of Gul’dan

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I believe Gul’dan — as the first orc warlock and progenitor of all orc demonologists — should have been a necromancer who specifically gathers demonic souls, binding them to his body and will, or meld demonic souls with corpses to create brain-dead servants that are both demonic and undead. Of course, Gul’dan — despite having the ability to meld regular souls with corpses — COULD NOT meld demonic spirits with corpses to create brain-dead servants because HE WAS NOT THE MASTER OF DEMONS. This demonologist did not have a demonic army aiding him against those burning demons that tore him to shreds during his search of godhood. The ogre-mage Cho’gall, as the warlock’s apprentice, did not care about the ideologies this demonologist spouted concerning demons. He was only interested in power per the Chronicle, so clearly an orc demonologist is not just some power-hungry arcanist or mage who would harness the power of demons and the Twisting Nether.

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Demonologists may be arcanists or necromancers who can sacrifice acolytes and use their necromantic energies, but they are not necromancers who specifically bind demonic spirits to themselves. Now, some would say that necrolytes are mages, but why would necrolytes be mages if necrolytes are a group of acolytes formed by the warlock Gul’dan with the help of Kil’jaeden? Fel is stated to be the opposite of arcane and so a fel necromancer such as Kil’jaeden is essentially the opposite of an arcane mage. The only reason I can think of as to why necrolytes would be (or are) mages is if mages are actually warlocks. Why would mages — as mages — be warlocks? Why would warlocks — as warlocks — be mages? Good question. Well, ARE WARLOCKS NOT from an ordered (arcane) world and are power-hungry people who seek to decipher the (arcane) secrets of the world they inhabit or a tomb inside the world they inhabit? Do Blizzard employees believe that warlocks don’t need to be power-hungry mages who are from a world, need to divine the arcane secrets of the ordered world they inhabit, and seek to become gods who command/govern dead and living creatures?

Magical Experiments Of A Necromancer

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People know who the Gul’dan of W2 — as a warlock — was. People know what the Gul’dan of WC2 — as a warlock — sought. Gul’dan — as a warlock — was trained in the “arts arcane by” the Daemon Kil’jaeden. The Gul’dan of WC2 is perhaps the most powerful Warlock ever to walk the temporal plane and is obsessed with discovering the Tomb of Sargeras. He hopes to obtain ultimate power and THAT is because he is not a god who has the ultimate power to create perfect creations with souls perfectly attached to them and reverse time, bringing creations back to a state that seems more orderly. His actual creations are abominations or constructs. Necrolytes, Ogre-Magi, and the Death Knights are all results of his endless experiments with the forces of magic. One of the things that all of these beings have in common is that they are all essentially warlocks who wield necromantic magiks: Death knights had the knowledge and souls of warlocks as well as truncheons reeking with the necromantic magiks of slain necrolytes. Necrolytes, trained in the arcane mysteries, are warlocks per WC2. Ogre-magi of WC2 are essentially ogres who are infused with the necromantic abilities of warlocks, wielding death magiks.

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The Eye of Kilrogg is a variation on the summoning and necromantic magiks used by the now vanquished necromancers known as warlocks. Chris Metzen is just a liar who acts as if warlocks can have necromantic abilities without being necromancers who can apply their necromantic abilities.

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Now, although the true loyalties of Gul’dan may have stayed only with himself and his quest to become omnipotent despite the fact that the spawn of his work has strengthened the Horde, it seems to me that Gul’dan’s area of study is necromancy. And even until today, that still seems to be the case. Chris Metzen should be shamed for lying. While Gul’dan’s goal may have been to become a god who has dominance over creatures, dead and living, Gul’dan is defined by what he did and what he did is practice necromancy. Warlocks cannot have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy without being necromancers. Necrolytes, as warlocks, cannot have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy without being necromancers. Ogre-magi — as ogres infused with the abilities of warlocks — cannot have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy without being necromancers. Chris Metzen’s fucked up brain needs to register these facts. This isn’t the roleplaying game where warlocks can have necromantic abilities without truly being necromancers who can apply their necromantic abilities. The RPG isn’t canon Chris Metzen.

Medivh And The Orc Warlocks Of Warcraft 1 Are Not The Masters Of Chaos, Daemons, And/Or Shadow

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If the energies of this world can be used for death, then the energies of the underworld of the dead (Helheim) could bring the living world Azeroth and its living inhabitants to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion. Its this necromantic power that the Orcish Necromancers use in their incantations and rituals. As the most powerful of the Orcish sects, these dark brethren of Hades go where none others dare in search of ultimate power. Their Towers hold the keys to unleashing the very essence of evil upon those they see as a threat to their devious plans. Spells that channel the fire and brimstone (or forbidden powers) of hell through their bodies, or can summon forth great creatures — even skeletons — are theirs to use. Sounds fair?

I’m not interested in (role)playing warlocks — especially after I caught Blizzard employees acting as if warlocks can have necromantic abilities without being necromancers or treating them as pseudo-necromancers who can use the destructive forces of disorder (and order) to control living creatures. I’m interested in telling people what’s wrong with Blizzard employees and their story. And what’s wrong is that even though the warlocks of Warcraft 1 are from a world and use a power from some underworld that can literally be defined as the world of the dead when regarding to real life, they aren’t stated to be living necromancers who exist in a world and can bring things to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion with the necromantic powers of the underworld (Helheim). What’s wrong is that even though they are stated to be the greatest of the Orcish sects, they are literally being treated as limited necromancers who cannot use the forces of death and life to threaten daemons or hold sway over them. What’s wrong is that even though they don’t truly have the power to control them, Blizzard employees depict (role)playable warlocks as those who do.

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Practitioners of the Orcish religions, necrolytes are binders of (demonic) souls who command the black powers that hold control over the (fel) earth. Linked into the dominions of the lower plains, necrolytes have power over all things dark and evil, including the raising of the daemons’ souls to create armies of the undead. Through ceremonies performed at their Temples, they learn to warp the essence of shadow to use for their advantage. Seems fair?

There is some major deceit being spread here. No where does the Warcraft 1 manual describe warlocks as the masters of chaos, daemons, and shadow magic. If affliction warlocks are the true masters of shadow magic, I doubt they would be Blizzard-controlled slaves who are just limited to afflicting enemies. If demonologists are the masters of demons, I doubt they would be Blizzard-controlled slaves who are limited and cannot bind daemons and their (disembodied) souls to their will. If destruction warlocks are the masters of chaos, I doubt they would be limited pseudo-conjurers who can rain fire from the sky with the Rain of Fire ability without being legitimate conjurers. Chris Metzen would literally retcon the warlocks being channelers who — as channelers — are essentially necromancer-shaman who channel the brimstone and fire (or forbidden powers) of some (pseudo-)world that can be defined as the world of the dead into being power-addicted conjurers.

Metzen May Forbid The Warlocks Of Warcraft 1 From Being Limited Acolytes Who Cannot Raise The Dead, But WC 1’s Warlocks Are Going To Be Limited Acolytes Who Cannot Raise The Dead Anyways

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Just how can the warlocks channel the demonic flames of Hades through their bodies without essentially being demonic acolytes (or followers) who — as channelers — are necromancers in the sense that their daemons are unreal beings created by Blizzard’s silly employees? They are followers of the Orcish cults and are able to channel demonic flames through their bodies even if a daemon isn’t “summoned”. The summon daemon spell is stated to be the most powerful spell ever rumored to exist. IT IS MERELY A RUMOR that the summon daemon spell exists and legends say that the caster would have the ability to summon forth a daemon by allowing his body to be sacrificed to enable its existence in the plane. The daemon DOES NOT EXIST in the mortals’ plane and it is claimed that the daemon would be guided by the spirit of the caster to do his bidding, but should the daemon be destroyed, the warlock’s life would be forfeit. The truth to this tale is questionable, but the incantations and rituals used to summon the creature may lay in some lost runic writings. The dream of every follower of the underworld is to rediscover these incantations and be able to command the power of the Daemon.

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Essentially, the warlocks of WC1 are acolytes (followers) of the underworld and legends say that the caster would have the ability to summon forth a daemon by allowing his body to be sacrificed to enable its existence in the plane. Of course, these legends are supported by the fact that the WC1 manual also establishes that legend states that some have the power to summon daemons and control them, but if this is so, NONE ARE ALIVE TO TELL THE TALE OF HOW IT IS ACCOMPLISHED. The warlocks of WC1 are essentially demonic necrolytes or (un)dead acolytes who use the power of the underworld of the dead and channel the demonic flames of Hades through their bodies. These acolytes have close ties to the demonic forces of hell and the necrolytes study the forbidden arts of the dead as a consequence of those ties. Does it not stand to reason that the warlocks of WC1 — as acolytes of the underworld — study the forbidden arts of the dead as a consequence of their close ties to the forces of hell? Oh, yes it does. Yes it does. Blizzard employees are just liars who treat warlocks as (pseudo-)gods who have full control over demons — the true lords of chaos — all the while treating them as limited losers who cannot even control demonic spirits as if they’re priests.

Necrolytes Are Warlocks Who Cannot Raise The Dead?

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Don’t drop your kid on the head Feasel. He might end up stupid like you.

Now, the game designer Jeremy Feasel claims that necrolyte is a warlock thing, but I’m not going to trust this schmuck EVEN IF I agree with him. I have my reasons for claiming that the warlocks of WC1 are basically necrolytes who cannot raise the dead as undead, but what is Jeremy Feasel’s reason for stating that necrolyte is a warlock thing? Is necrolyte a warlock thing because warlocks are from a world and use the power of some underworld that can be defined as the world of the dead when regarding to real life? Is it because they’re channelers who channel the forbidden powers of some demonic netherworld or underworld that seems to serve as the world of the dead for demonic creatures? Perhaps warlocks are necromancers of a particular kind? Perhaps warlocks are necromancers who cannot raise the dead as undead? Perhaps warlocks are necromancers who cannot summon and pull/raise the dead from hell? Perhaps warlocks are necromancers who cannot summon and pull/raise daemons from hell? Perhaps Jeremy Feasel is a failure? If necrolyte is a warlock thing, I want to know why warlocks cannot raise the dead.

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If warlocks truly have the ability to summon and pull creatures such as daemons from hell, it stands to reason that they have the ability to summon and pull skeletons from hell because the ability to pull daemons from hell would only be a slight variation on the ability to summon and pull skeletons from hell. However, warlocks don’t have the ability to summon and pull daemons from hell then control them. Orc warlocks are not the true masters of chaos or daemons — the true lords of chaos — and during their crusade to convince people that warlocks aren’t necromancers who have necrolytes assisting them during warlock rituals, Blizzard game designers depict the (role)playable warlocks as the masters of chaos and demons all the while pretending that they’re limited losers who cannot even bind demonic spirits to themselves as if they’re orc necrolytes of chaos who worship daemons as the true lord of chaos. Since when are warlocks anything but cheap necromancers who cannot do what their acolytes of chaos do? You know, (demonic) necrolytes seem like the true masters of chaos to me. At least they aren’t being treated as pseudo-priests or pseudo-necromancers who cannot raise the dead or have full control over the true lords of chaos.

Nekros — As A Warlock — Wasn’t A Necromancer?

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Blizzard’s employees should be shamed for robbing those who (role)play warlocks of a stronger identity as necromancers who can actually apply their necromantic abilities. One can presume that warlocks are governors who can govern the spirits of dead and living beings inside the physical universe with fel magic, the governing force of disorder. One can presume that Gul’dan claimed that fel magic was a higher form of shamanism because fel magic is used by warlocks who inhabitant a world composed of elements and use a magic that would govern the systems of the world they inhabit and, by extension, the elements that world is composed of. One can presume that Nekros — as a warlock — was a higher form of shaman or higher form of necromancer who governed the Aspect of Life with the faint fel energies of the Demon Soul on behalf of the Aspect of Death, Deathwing. One can presume that Nekros — as a warlock who governed the Aspect of Life herself — was a necromancer who held the power of death and life over Alexstraza.

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Anyways, according to the Warcraft 3 manual, the orcs left to wallow in the crowded internment camps slipped into a crippling lethargy with the death of Nekros. Some speculated that some strange disease brought about the lethargy but the archmage Antonidas posed a different hypothesis. Researching what little he could find of orcish history, Antonidas learned that the orcs had been under the crippling influence of demonic power (or warlock magics) for generations. He speculated that the orcs had been corrupted by demonic powers even before their first invasion of Azeroth. Clearly, demons had spiked the orcs’ blood, which in turn granted the brutes unnaturally heightened strength, endurance and aggression. Antonidas theorized that the orcs’ communal lethargy was not actually a disease, but a long-term racial withdrawal from the volatile Warlock magics that had made them fearsome, bloodlusted warriors. Though the symptoms were clear, Antonidas was unable to find a cure for the orcs’ present condition. Many of his fellow mages, as well as a few notable Alliance leaders, argued that finding a cure for the orcs would be an imprudent venture. He was left to ponder the orcs’ mysterious condition and his conclusion was that the orcs’ only cure would have to be a spiritual one…

Ner’zhul — As A Shaman — Wasn’t A Spiritualist Who Believed That The Spirits Of The Dead Can Communicate With The Living?

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This belief of Antonidas is flawed unless drawing in demonic warlock magics is a spiritual practice or spiritual ritual and warlocks are actually ritualists who believe that the spirits of the dead can communicate with living people (spiritualists). Obviously the cure for withdrawal from warlock magics is to draw in more warlock magics. You know, to give the person suffering from withdrawal the warlocks’ energy (or strength) and to raise his spirit up? Metzen would probably claim that warlocks can have the abilities of shamans and practice shamanism of a higher form without being shamans, but he does not get to lie without paying a price. If anything, warlocks are spiritualists with the (false) belief that the spirits of the dead can communicate with the living. If anything, Kil’jaeden has the ability to deceive shaman into believing they’re necromancers communing with the spirits of the dead. He certainly fooled the shaman Ner’zhul into believing that he is a necromancer by entering the guise of his deceased mate’s spirit.

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I’m a prophet who can predict what Chris Metzen is going to do with Chronicle Volume 3 and govern him as if he’s my puppet. I predict that Chris Metzen is going to essentially retcon Ner’zhul being a shaman who was deceived by Kil’jaeden into believing he is a necromancer who can communicate with the dead. I predict Chris Metzen is going to retcon Ner’zhul being a fake necromancer into being an actual necromancer who can actually control an army of undead. I predict Chris Metzen is going to retcon the (pseudo-)warlock Kil’jaeden giving birth to the Lich King by using his warlock powers because he doesn’t want people to think a warlock can use chaotic fel energies to rip apart beings and remake them as skeletal liches. I predict Chris Metzen is going to act as if liches aren’t essentially demonic creatures with souls tethered to the Twisting Nether. I predict that he is going to act as if the Lich King doesn’t serve a fel purpose to the Burning Legion, Kil’jaeden, and Sargeras. I predict that he is going to retcon the necromancers of the Scourge essentially serving the same (fel) purpose that the Legion’s warlocks serve. I predict that Chris Metzen is essentially going to retcon necromancers being warlocks who have necromantic abilities:

Reign Of Chaos’ Necromancers Are Warlocks Of Chaos

…The warlocks of the Blackrock Clan have spoken! Soon, demons will rain from the sky, and this wretched world will burn!!”

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Notice how the stormreaver warlock – as a warlock – has the animate dead spell but isn’t described (or being treated) as a necromancer? When will Chris Metzen learn that the warlock Gul’dan could not have develop and perfected the ability to animate the dead (knights of Azeroth) without being a necromancer? When will he learn that warlocks cannot have necromantic abilities without truly being necromancers?

This whole fel is the opposite of arcane nonsense that Dave Kosak yaps about is a deceit designed to distract people from what’s going on. The warlocks of Warcraft 1 are essentially channelers who have the ability to channel the brimstone and fire (infernals) of hell, but warlocks are now being treated as those who can rain fire from the sky with the Rain of Fire, an ability that the conjurers of Warcraft 1 have. Of course, even if warlocks are evil, power-hungry conjurers or mages who would rain fire from the sky, Chris would say that warlocks can have the abilities of a conjurer and practice conjuration without being conjurers. Even if warlocks have necromantic abilities and the necrolytes of WC3 are a part of a warlock coven, he would act as if warlocks aren’t necromancers who can apply their necromantic abilities.

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Born of the Eredar race, necromancers are absolutely corrupt and unimaginably powerful. Their death magics have brought whole living worlds (titans) and countless species to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion. Kil’jaeden taught Gul’dan and the orcs the secrets of necromantic magics, but the orcs could never master the powers of death and entropy as well as the wicked Eredar. Under Archimonde’s command, the necrolytes serve as the Burning Legion’s tacticians and strategists.

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This is the person who would act as if eredar warlocks (absolutely corrupt and unimaginably powerful) are pigeonholed and cannot use their warlock magics to govern the spirits of the dead and living beings of worlds enslaved with warlock magics. He would treat their chaos magics as a fire that has burnt out whole worlds and annihilated countless species over the aeons instead of treating it as heat death (see what I did there?). And even if the eredar Kil’jaeden taught the orcs the secrets of necromantic magics and the warlocks of Warcraft 3 have necromantic abilities, he would act as if orc warlocks aren’t necromancers. He would probably say they’re pigeonholed servants who, under Archimonde’s command, can serve as the Legion’s tacticians and strategists but cannot serve as the Scourge’s tacticians and strategists like those dreadlords who mark the pinnacle of their dark powers with the ability to summon an infernal with the warlocks’ Inferno spell. He is so pathetic.

The Disorder-Representing Fel Magic Is A Death-Giving Force?

^ One of the very first definitions of fel energy was given when he described it as essentially death energy and now Chris Metzen is acting as if warlocks aren’t necromancers who essentially use fel energy? Chris Metzen is acting as if necromancers aren’t essentially warlocks who use death energy? As far as I’m aware of, Chris Metzen is a moron who is now acting as if necromancers aren’t essentially necromancers. I need no validation from this canonically “canon” moron to prove my point. Even if disorder isn’t the same as death, there is so much canon proof that the Burning Legion created the death-aligned army known as the Scourge for a specific purpose. If anything, the Burning Legion is a fel force that slowly burns scours worlds and the living beings of those worlds, bringing them to a state of entropic decay and eventual oblivion whether the Burning Legion exists in the Nether that connects worlds OR in the Great Dark Beyond where worlds exist in.

If anything, Chris Metzen is a lying schmuck who actually expects me to believe that fel demons are living beings who don’t have necromantic energies even if they aren’t living mortals whose souls go to the realm of the dead — the Shadowlands — upon death. If anything, the disorder-representing Burning Legion also represents death and fel magic is technically a death-giving (or necromantic) force used by a demonic army of demon necrolytes that seek to scour living creation. If anything, affliction warlocks are still essentially necromancers who can afflict the living with necrotic afflictions but cannot raise the dead with death (coil).

The Lies Of Micky Neilson Exposed

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People are claiming that warlocks aren’t necromancers using what as a basis? The faulty basis that the warlocks of Warcraft 1 can use the power of the underworld (which can literally be defined as the world of the dead) without being necromancers? Perhaps they’re like Chris Metzen and believe the warlocks of Warcraft 2 can use a necromantic ability and practice necromancy without being necromancers? Perhaps they act as if fel energy isn’t death energy? One of the very first definitions of fel energy was given when Metzen described it as essentially death energy. To state that fel energy is not death energy essentially equates to denying that fel energy exists. To state that fel energy is not death energy is to basically state that death energy is not death energy. Micky Neilson is a liar for claiming that fel energy isn’t death and he seriously needs to have a lesson on what warlock energy is. Warlock energy is an energy that spreads like radiation and it has the same effect that demon blood (or felblood) has, both being able to turn creatures green and govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe.

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Now, despite the fact that felbood can govern the systems of beings, it isn’t treated as A blood magic or tortured life magic that can govern the systems of beings. This is because Blizzard’s employees are liars who would say there are exceptions to the rule and pretend that life magics and necromantic magics can be cosmic forces that affect, govern, or hold sway over living beings and their systems without being fel energies. You see, even if warlocks are indeed necromancers who would totally use felblood to govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe and reanimate the dead as fel abominations, Micky Neilson would say they aren’t. He’s so full of shit because he generalized warlocks as necromancers via his Blood of the Highborne shit story. And now he is telling me that warlocks are no longer necromancers? He is telling me that warlocks aren’t necromancers even though Metzen described their fel energy as essentially death energy? What is going on here? He is a nonsensical, unreasonable nut-job who might as well say that necromancers aren’t necromancers.

The Necromancers Of Azeroth Are Warlocks

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I wonder what will come next from that fraudulent failure Chris Metzen. He retired, but I’m pretty sure he is going to have something to do with Blizzard’s Chronicle Volume 3. I wouldn’t be surprised if the fool ends up retconing the Lich King being created by the warlock Kil’jaeden to scour living beings. I wouldn’t be surprised if the fool ends up retconing the necromancers of the Scourge essentially being warlocks. After all, he is now claiming that fel energy isn’t death energy after establishing that it essentially is as if he has a point. For making me question if I (role)played warlocks the wrong way after I wasted my time with WoW believing warlocks are necromancers, Chris Metzen will pay a price of my choosing. And no. The fel being referred to as “death magic” when regarding to some movie is not enough compensation to get rid of my disgust for Blizzard’s lying shmucks. They act as if I’m stupid and don’t understand the point of their story. They act as if warlocks being necromancers who focus on the bringing death aspect of necromancy will actually ruin their story or the point of their story.

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See the “IIRC” (if I recall correctly)? Who is Sean Copeland to act as if warlocks harnessing their power from the place their power is from depends on him recalling correctly?

We all should know Chris Metzen’s intent for the warlocks of Azeroth. We should all know that the warlocks of WC1 use the power of some underworld that can be defined as the world of the dead when regarding to real life, destructive power that could destroy Azeroth, but aren’t stated to be necrolytes. We all should know that the necrolytes of WC2, trained in the arcane mysteries, are warlocks even though Chris Metzen acted as if Gul’dan — as a warlock — can have necromantic abilities and practice necromancy without being a necromancer. We all should know that warlocks of WC3 have the abilities of necromancers but Chris Metzen didn’t treat warlocks as necromancers. We all should that Chris Metzen described the warlock’s fel energy as essentially death energy and that the warlocks of Vanilla are essentially necromancers, but Chris Metzen essentially retconed them into being what now? Do warlocks even exist? Even if warlocks are essentially mages and necromancers who are from a world and use the chaotic nether power of some demonic netherworld that serves as the world of the dead for demonic creatures, Sean Copeland would STILL deny that they are necromancers and act as if warlocks harnessing their power from the Nether depends on him recalling correctly.

The Necromancers Of The Alliance Are Warlocks. Necromancers Are Not Mages Unless Mages Are Warlocks

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Sean Copeland (Loreology) is a liar because even though energy cannot be destroyed, he says that the nature of fel magic is created. He would act as if warlocks aren’t Kil’jaeden-worshipping acolytes or priests who were gifted with demonic fel powers even if they are. He would act as if warlocks aren’t necromancers who convert life force into an energy that Chris Metzen once defined as demonic and essentially death energy. He would deny that warlocks — as channelers — channel the demonic, forbidden powers of some demonic netherworld that serves as the world of the dead for demonic creatures even if they do. And, to top it all off, he would say that world-inhabiting warlocks having the ability to drain and use mana (or arcane energies) is an in-game thing. HE IS LYING AND ESSENTIALLY DENYING WHO WARLOCKS ARE. If Sean Copeland is canon, warlocks do not exist when regarding to the lore. Ergo, Blizzard employees who claim warlocks exist when regarding to World of Warcraft are so full of shit.

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Unless warlocks are unreal gods, warlocks are necromancers and Sean Copeland is a lying loser. The warlocks of the Alliance are not entirely different from the warlocks “of the Horde”. The warlocks of the Alliance are not entirely different from the warlock Gul’dan. Are Blizzard employees going to tell me that the warlocks of the Alliance don’t do what the first orc warlock did as a warlock? Do they believe they can get away with being liars who say there are exceptions to the rule and pretend that all warlocks don’t do what the first warlock did as a warlock? How can we know who warlocks are if Blizzard employees are lying sacks of shit? Personally, I define warlocks by their abilities and what they do. Gul’dan — as a warlock — formed the necrolytes with Kil’jaeden’s help and developed the ability to raise the dead (knights of Azeroth). He — as a warlock — was a necromancer who sacrificed his acolytes, used their necromantic energies, then eventually died to demons.

The Necromancers Of The Horde Are Warlocks. The Necromancers Of The Horde Are Not Mages Unless Mages Are Warlocks

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So, blood elf warlocks aren’t blood mages who seek to expand their remaining magical powers at any cost? Blood elf warlocks aren’t blood mages who would even court the infernal powers of the Burning Legion? Blood elf warlocks aren’t still loyal to the Alliance? INTERESTING THEORY SEAN COPELAND. Go have you seemingly retarded friend, Metzen, retcon lore.

Do blood elf warlocks exist when regarding to World of Warcraft? I mean, even though blood elf warlocks are from an order-representing (arcane) world and ultimately got their practices from Kael’thas, the elf who renamed the high elves to the blood elves, Sean Copeland would say that the blood elf warlocks aren’t blood mages who ultimately got their practices from Kael’thas. He would say there are exceptions to the rule, pretending that all blood elf warlocks don’t do what the first blood elf warlock did as a warlock, OR act as if blood elf warlocks being able to use mana is an “in-game thing”. He would act as if the blood elf warlocks’ ability to “banish” (fel demons) with the blood mages’ banish ability is an “in-game thing”. He would act as if blood elf warlocks’ ability to “siphon” mana” with the blood mages’ siphon mana ability is an “in-game thing”. This liar or nut-job doesn’t seem to understand who blood elf warlocks are and how their abilities work. Any arcane(-infused) blood elf mage who dabbles in fel energies and is infused with fel energies is essentially a walking contradiction because arcane is stated to be the opposite of fel. Perhaps that’s why the moron Sean Copeland would say things that contradict what Chris Metzen established.

The Necromancers Of The Scourge Are Warlocks

This world will burn.” — Kel’thuzad

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I believe Blizzard employees should off themselves because they are lying twats who would say there are exceptions to the rule, pretending that all warlocks don’t do what the first warlock did as a warlock. They would literally treat warlocks as limited necromancers WHO CAN sacrifice (demonic) acolytes and use their necromantic energies whilst feigning obedience to a demon lord, BUT DON’T. They’re so pathetic and, as I’ve stated before, I wouldn’t be surprised if the moron Chris Metzen ends up retconing the necromancers of the Scourge essentially being warlocks. As I’ve stated before, I predict Chris Metzen will retcon Kil’jaeden deceiving Ner’zhul INTO BELIEVING he is a necromancer. I predict Chris Metzen will retcon Kil’jaeden transforming Ner’zhul into a brain-dead (or mindless) puppet for a fel purpose. I predict Chris Metzen is going to act as if brain-dead (or mindless) corpses or spirits can (or do) have free will and that Kil’jaeden himself wasn’t an actual necromancer who utterly controlled the brain-dead (or mindless) Lich King.

Kil’jaeden was as much a necromancer as Kel’Thuzad was and Kel’Thuzad was much a warlock as Gul’dan was. He was as much a warlock as Grand Warlock Wilfred Fizzlebang was and Chris Metzen’s seemingly retarded friend — Sean Copeland — would say a warlock’s tier set being named after Kel’Thuzad is likely a case of rule of cool. What’s so cool about Sean’s rule of nonsense? The brain-dead (or mindless) Lich King ultimately serves a (fel) purpose to Kil’jaeden, but Sean Copeland would act as if the Lich King doesn’t serve Kil’jaeden. He would act as if the necromancers of the Scourge don’t serve a (fel) purpose to Kil’jaeden and act as if they aren’t warlocks who would use fel energy, an energy that Metzen described as ESSENTIALLY death energy. He would act as if they aren’t necromancers aren’t warlocks who would afflict living beings with fel contagions Gul’dan-style, lead a group of demonic necrolytes Gul’dan-style, and blight/destroy/scour a world that was uniquely susceptible to fel magic whilst feigning obedience to a demon lord Gul’dan-style, bringing it to a state of oblivion.

The Secrets Of The Black Harvest

Chaos is order unrecognized by a lesser mind!” — Iyyokuk the Lucid

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Do you want to know the Council of the Black Harvest’s secrets? Well, the Council of the Black Harvest is a council of warlocks who hear the fel whisperings of the eredar deceiver Kil’jaeden the Deceiver. Do the seemingly retarded Blizzard employees believe they can decieve me? No wonder I despise them. They somehow convince people that warlocks aren’t power-hungry betrayers and deceivers who do what the first warlock did as a warlock. They are liars who would say the warlocks of the Black Harvest don’t (or wouldn’t) betray their own people and join or lead the Shadow Council. They would say they wouldn’t form a group of necrolytes with Kil’jaeden’s help Gul’dan-style, sacrifice them Gul’dan-style, use their necromantic energies Gul’dan-style, then die to demons Gul’dan-style.

They would treat the warlocks of the Black Harvest as the “commanders of demons”, but Gul’dan did not have full control over the Horde because Kil’jaeden didn’t want him to and he did not have a demonic army protecting him against those demons who tore him to shreds during his search for ultimate power. Warlocks can never gain absolute power or power eternal without being absolutely corrupt and even if Kanrethad were to “ascend” and become a demon lord who can control a pit lord, Blizzard employees would act as if Kanrethad — as a demon lord — can revert to being a warlock who still chases whatever a warlock chases. Truly, Blizzard employees are full of nonsense and shit. They would probably have you believe that the shadowmages of the “true” Horde — as shadowmages — aren’t warlocks who are from a world and would unknowingly do Kil’jaeden and the Old Gods’ bidding by scouring humans.

The Story Of Gul’dan And The Necrophytes

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At this point, it should be clear that warlocks can hear fel voices that whisper to them. If anything, the netherlord himself is just a deceiver or insane being who serves some fel deceiver. Who knows, maybe the (role)playable warlock will be smacked down as if he’s a piñata after I make Metzen’s deceptions about warlocks known to his fanboys. There is no evidence ultimately supporting Chris Metzen’s belief that ALL warlocks — as warlocks — don’t do what the first warlock did as a warlock. And as the so-called first warlock, AU Gul’dan formed a group of necrophytes — warlocks who desecrate the dead by summoning demons to inhabit their bones. These warlocks — as warlocks — are necromancers of a particular type and so warlock magic is the magic of necromancers of a particular type. However, instead of acknowledging that all warlocks are necromancers who use necromantic magic of a particular type, Chris Metzen — with a faulty basis — would say that warlocks aren’t necromancers.

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Chris Metzen is a failure who cannot maintain World of Warcraft’s timelines and I’m still waiting for him to explain his belief that necrophytes — as warlocks — aren’t necromancers of a particular type, the type that would summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead. Does he believe the so-called first warlock (Gul’dan) didn’t summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead? He is the so-called first warlock and so those warlocks known as necrophytes obviously must have gotten their practices from him. And if the ability to summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead is an ability that a warlock has, the question to be asked and answered is if the first warlock summoned demons to inhabit the bones of the dead. How can we know if ALL warlocks have the ability to summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead if Chris Metzen lives off of the rule of cool? How do we know what abilities ALL warlocks employ if Chris Metzen lives off of the rule of cool and would act as if ALL warlocks don’t employ the abilities that the first warlock employs? Whose to say that the (role)playable warlock isn’t a necrophyte who can summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead? Chris Metzen The Deceiver?

Warlocks Are Conjurers Who Can Use The Time-Affected, Volatile Arcane Energies Of A World

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Please don’t make me laugh. Chris Metzen doesn’t have any control over World of Warcraft because he decided to carry on Blizzard’s tradition of deceits. Even if Archimonde was from the titan Argus and divined the arcane secrets of that godlike titan-world and whatever “god” that titan is like, he would act as if Archimonde isn’t an all-knowing being. He expects me to believe that warlocks are former mages or that warlocks don’t need to be mages who divine the arcane secrets of the ordered world they inhabit and manipulate the arcane energies of the world they inhabit. He would get his seemingly retarded friend, Sean Copeland, stating that (fel) energy can be created even if (Light and Void) energy cannot be created or destroyed. He would get Sean acting as if warlocks harnessing their demonic warlock magics from the place their demonic magics are from depends on him recalling correctly. He, with a faulty basis, would claim that a warlock — as a channeler — isn’t a necromancer who channels the forbidden, nether powers of some demonic netherworld that seems to serve as both world of the dead and world of the living for demonic creatures.

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Sean Copeland basically denied who warlocks are and, if he is canon, warlocks do not exist. The only reason why I insult Sean Copeland is because he is an arrogant, lying lore historian whose job — as a lore historian — isn’t to create or destroy lore with his nonsense. His job isn’t to retcon warlocks existing. His job isn’t to retcon necrolytes essentially being warlocks who use the demonic (nether) powers of some demonic netherworld that seems to serve as both world of the dead and world of the living. His job isn’t to retcon demons and demonic magics ultimately coming from a demonic nether realm or demonic netherworld. His job isn’t to retcon a demon lord gifting the orcs with demonic warlock magics and transforming them into his warlock acolytes. And while Chris Metzen may have retconed fel energy being death energy, his claims are still bullshit because the necrolytes of current canon are still a group formed by a warlock with the help of some demon lord.

Warlocks Are Nethermancers Who Can Sacrifice (Demonic) Acolytes And Use Their Necromantic Energies

When regarding to the AU, the so-called first warlock — as a warlock — was a necrophyte who taught orcs how to summon demons to inhabit the bones of the dead. OF COURSE ALL warlocks can be considered necromancers if the first warlock — as a warlock — was a necromancer. OF COURSE ALL warlocks can be considered necromancers if they have necromantic abilities. Of course ALL warlocks are necromancers if they’re channelers or nethermancers who use — or channel — the demonic, nether powers of some demonic netherworld that serves as the world of the dead for demonic creatures. But, as we all should know, even if warlocks are from a world and use the demonic nether powers of some (nether)world, Chris Metzen the Lying Loser would act as if warlocks aren’t necromancers or nethermancers. Even if (role)playable warlocks have the nethermancy passive, nope. He would say they aren’t nethermancers.

The reason why (role)playable warlocks aren’t considered nethermancers is because Blizzard employees are not presenting warlocks the way they should be presented. You may wonder, who am I to say that Blizzard employees are not presenting warlocks the way they should be presented? Well, I can tell you now that I am not someone who wants to be called a liar. If the netherlord — as a warlock — isn’t a nethermancer who is from a world and use nether powers, why are Blizzard employees giving the (role)playable netherlord the nethermancy passive? Are they giving (role)playable warlocks abilities that they don’t (or shouldn’t) even have when regarding to the lore? Are they giving warlocks the abilities of other classes and then taking them away because of “overlap”? I’m not interested in (role)playing some pseudo-conjurer who can rain fire from the Nether with the rain of fire ability, an ability that the conjurers of Warcraft 1 have, but isn’t really a conjurer who can rain fire. If Blizzard employees deny that the netherlord — as a warlock — is a conjurer who can rain fire with the Rain of Fire ability, the netherlord does not exist as a warlock.

Warlocks Are Priests Who Lead Acolytes During Warlock Rituals And Worship Sargeras

I wonder what comes next from Chris Metzen. That warlocks aren’t shadow priests who lead warlock acolytes during warlock rituals (e.g. Rituals of Doom) and worship Sargeras as a god? My oh my, the coke-head Chris Metzen got me rollin’. Both old lore and Chronicle lore establishes that Gul’dan is the progenitor of all orc acolytes who worship Kil’jaeden and Sargeras. Both old lore and Chronicle lore establishes that Gul’dan sought to gain godhood from Sargeras OR one of his (pseudo-)eyes and I doubt a warlock can search for godhood or seek to become god if there is no god who has godhood to give. I doubt Gul’dan himself wasn’t a power-hungry — or insane — priest who had warlock acolytes, lead warlock rituals, and worshiped some non-existent god. I doubt all warlocks don’t do what the first warlock did as a warlock. I doubt all warlocks aren’t CABAL shadow priests who would lead lesser warlock acolytes during rituals and yell, “In Sargeras’s name!“. Try harder Chris Metzen the Deceiver, you’re not deceiving me.

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