Who's the most powerful being in WOW universe

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Murmer.

From the Codex of Blood:

Long ago, in a dimension of the cosmos unfathomable to mortal minds, there was born - if such a term can be used for it - a being of such unbelievable power that its very entrance into existence shattered all reality around it.

Known only as Murmur, it was the essence of sound. And to hear it speak was to know death eternal!

Existing only for chaos, its slightest whisper meant the destruction of whole worlds!

Yet still, there were those that would try to worship this mindless being. There were even those more insane who dared to think to control it!

And lo, how the mighty fell trembling at its feet, fearful that it might direct its words upon them.

But still did these charlatans, these worshipping pretenders to a non-existent religion, rail against the inevitable in a vain attempt to control their 'god'. Uncaring, and likely not even noticing them, Murmur yawned and they knew oblivion.

Yet one somehow managed to survive, and in his insanity found a way to bring Murmur into the world.

A mortal possessed of arcane and dark knowledge that none could surpass, he devised a method to enhance his summoning through the capture and use of souls untold.

Whole civilizations were brought to extinction through his soul devices to fuel the ritual through which he and his conspirators would bring Murmur into their world.

And summon forth Murmur they did.

Powerful magics of containment and silencing were employed, held together by the constant supply of souls being fed into them. Yet still they could not control the beast, could not bend it to their will.

These mortals began to devise different strategies, and one after the other they all failed. And in so doing, they weakened the rituals, accidentally giving Murmur the slightest modicum of freedom.

It was all that was needed.

Only this book survived the cataclysm that destroyed their world. Those proud and foolish men who thought to control a cosmic being of untold power.

Would you, the possessor of the codex, do the same?

Have you devised a foolproof method to summon forth Murmur, or any of the other entities cautiously whispered of in these unhallowed pages?

We shall see.
Murmer.

From the Codex of Blood:

Long ago, in a dimension of the cosmos unfathomable to mortal minds, there was born - if such a term can be used for it - a being of such unbelievable power that its very entrance into existence shattered all reality around it.

Known only as Murmur, it was the essence of sound. And to hear it speak was to know death eternal!

Existing only for chaos, its slightest whisper meant the destruction of whole worlds!

Yet still, there were those that would try to worship this mindless being. There were even those more insane who dared to think to control it!

And lo, how the mighty fell trembling at its feet, fearful that it might direct its words upon them.

But still did these charlatans, these worshipping pretenders to a non-existent religion, rail against the inevitable in a vain attempt to control their 'god'. Uncaring, and likely not even noticing them, Murmur yawned and they knew oblivion.

Yet one somehow managed to survive, and in his insanity found a way to bring Murmur into the world.

A mortal possessed of arcane and dark knowledge that none could surpass, he devised a method to enhance his summoning through the capture and use of souls untold.

Whole civilizations were brought to extinction through his soul devices to fuel the ritual through which he and his conspirators would bring Murmur into their world.

And summon forth Murmur they did.

Powerful magics of containment and silencing were employed, held together by the constant supply of souls being fed into them. Yet still they could not control the beast, could not bend it to their will.

These mortals began to devise different strategies, and one after the other they all failed. And in so doing, they weakened the rituals, accidentally giving Murmur the slightest modicum of freedom.

It was all that was needed.

Only this book survived the cataclysm that destroyed their world. Those proud and foolish men who thought to control a cosmic being of untold power.

Would you, the possessor of the codex, do the same?

Have you devised a foolproof method to summon forth Murmur, or any of the other entities cautiously whispered of in these unhallowed pages?

We shall see.


Epic. You win.
It isn't the Bunny?
Sargeras probably. His ambient magic is strong enough that it would sear Azeroth were he ever to set foot on it in all his glory.
Aman'Thul or Golganneth.
It's Sargeras...
SNAIL!
08/09/2013 04:16 PMPosted by Kayflexx
The time was twilight, the weather cold. In Goldshire, a shadow lurked.
Around and around this shadow lurked, feeding off of the innocent, feeding on fear.
The townspeople fled. The animals were slaughtered. Goldshire was lost.
Then came the Hero, the one who would change it all.... Chromie. She roared, slashed, flew, and blew fire. She found the shadow, and fought him.

And then Chromie died. There was a reason she never really helped you and stayed out of all the battles. One by one all the heroes and villains of azeroth did fall. Sargares, Elune, the Old Gods, the Titans.

Only then, did the shadow step into the light. To purify the disgusting world that taken over her precious azeroth.

Battle Pet - Chicken had seen enough crap. She was pissed. And fixed it.
Long live Chicken.

And so, the legend of battle chicken had begun, across the cosmos she did fly, annihilating all in her path, all who would stand against her, but one...The harpies had flocked to Battle chicken, and she had welcomed them as her friends, for they understood each other, they understood being punching bags, but no more were they so.
Unseen, untouchable, untargetable, not detailed in any dungeon journal yet always present. No damage but fatal damage.

Elevator boss. To know the name is to fear it.
08/09/2013 06:12 PMPosted by Kyniska
It isn't the Bunny?


Nah.

It's just a harmless little bunny...
08/09/2013 05:33 PMPosted by Warzone
Murmer.

From the Codex of Blood:

Long ago, in a dimension of the cosmos unfathomable to mortal minds, there was born - if such a term can be used for it - a being of such unbelievable power that its very entrance into existence shattered all reality around it.

Known only as Murmur, it was the essence of sound. And to hear it speak was to know death eternal!

Existing only for chaos, its slightest whisper meant the destruction of whole worlds!

Yet still, there were those that would try to worship this mindless being. There were even those more insane who dared to think to control it!

And lo, how the mighty fell trembling at its feet, fearful that it might direct its words upon them.

But still did these charlatans, these worshipping pretenders to a non-existent religion, rail against the inevitable in a vain attempt to control their 'god'. Uncaring, and likely not even noticing them, Murmur yawned and they knew oblivion.

Yet one somehow managed to survive, and in his insanity found a way to bring Murmur into the world.

A mortal possessed of arcane and dark knowledge that none could surpass, he devised a method to enhance his summoning through the capture and use of souls untold.

Whole civilizations were brought to extinction through his soul devices to fuel the ritual through which he and his conspirators would bring Murmur into their world.

And summon forth Murmur they did.

Powerful magics of containment and silencing were employed, held together by the constant supply of souls being fed into them. Yet still they could not control the beast, could not bend it to their will.

These mortals began to devise different strategies, and one after the other they all failed. And in so doing, they weakened the rituals, accidentally giving Murmur the slightest modicum of freedom.

It was all that was needed.

Only this book survived the cataclysm that destroyed their world. Those proud and foolish men who thought to control a cosmic being of untold power.

Would you, the possessor of the codex, do the same?

Have you devised a foolproof method to summon forth Murmur, or any of the other entities cautiously whispered of in these unhallowed pages?

We shall see.


Epic. You win.


Murmur, as described, perhaps could one on one Aman'thul, but I think the author of the codex was exaggerating, since I didn't have much trouble soloing him at 85.

Otherwise, no one being could match Aman'thul's power save Sargeras in his prime, and if I learned anything from JRR Tolkien, Evil does not make you stronger, it makes you less of a person. And I guess Xuen teaches pretty much the same thing.
I would say Old Gods in general are more powerful. They make even the Burning Legion and Sargeras afraid of their chaos and evil.
If we actually killed an Old God, the ramifications of it would be really catastrophic, so imo they win by default.
And/Or Snail overlords.
That Gnome with the Mohawk, that's being held by the Elf on one of the piers on the Stormwind canals. He's just biding his time right now, but very soon that Elf is going to be in BIG trouble.
All of you are wrong. It's Milhouse Manastorm.
GARROSH RIDING GAMON USING HOGGER AS GOREHOWL
This topic pops up pretty regularly on the Story Forums. Always a debate between Old Gods, Sargeras, or a handful of other Titans if they choose to get rid of us.
Thrall. He will never die, not even to old age.
The person who pays for the account. Without it WoW no longer exists for you -- if it exists at all...

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