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That's what I figure.
Orc was receiving telepathic instructions from Medivh through the Nether. It's almost kind of symbolic....a big portal, with two humans "guarding" the entrance to the world of the humans.
Well the first portal was destroyed in Beyond the Dark Portal that one was built by Illidan to escape too outland.Kazzak, not Illidan.
That's right Illidan's portal for himself and his allies was temporary my memory on the issue has run together.
Edited by Nathreim on 2/6/2013 12:51 PM PST
Well the first portal was destroyed in Beyond the Dark Portal that one was built by Illidan to escape too outland.
No, the Azeroth-side portal was destroyed at the end of Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness, but it was rebuilt by the Horde in Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal.
Illidan and Kazzak didn't build it.
Edited by Ximothy on 2/6/2013 1:42 PM PST
the statues are next to many portals, and the alter of storms i think. i think they are some kind of legion based thing rather than being an orc thing.
like in Narggrad there is the "secret" legion portal that has the statues next to it, as do several other inactive portals.
And were it not for the fact that the statues were built before the death knights were created, that theory might explain it.
Edited by Vegdrasil on 2/7/2013 9:53 PM PST
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