It's called "G'hanir" in The Demon Soul, but "G'Hanir" in The Sundering, so I'm going with the more recent source.--Aeleas 13:07, 15 March 2006 (EST)

Aviana dead

In the book "the sundering", Aviana clearly dies by demons. Shortly after the demigods join the main host. I haven't read S&L, so is this just an inconsistency, or a misunderstanding? Eruantien 20:30, 14 April 2008 (UTC)

Rhonin sees her "fall from the sky" and assumes she died. Knaack probably intended for her to die. However, Shadows & Light which was written at the same time Knaack was writing his trilogy. It had a short story in which takes place in later point in the war, and she witnesss the deaths of some of the other Ancients such as Agamaggan, and finally flying to Elune's domain to make an account of what happened. All of this is discussed on Aviana's page.Baggins (talk) 18:17, 2 October 2008 (UTC)
Is it possible that, if we're to assume both stories are true, Aviana might have "consumed" G'Hanir in order to stay alive? Her life essence being tied to the tree in a way.
What happens to the children of the skies (like the dragons) when they die, now that their death realm is gone? Any ideas? --Oponyxal (talk) 07:15, October 30, 2009 (UTC)
If memory serves, Aviana did die- the Sundering makes reference to her blood being highly toxic to demons, killing her killers. Alextrasza states that G'Hanir died along with its mistress. If she was revived somehow, it would probably have had more to do with Elune than G'Hanir.
We don't know enough about any Warcraft afterlife to speculate what happens when anyone except a druid dies.--Ragestorm (talk · contr) 13:47, October 30, 2009 (UTC)
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