How did the Sundering sink the tomb down if the events of the Avatar of Sargeras happened right prior to the First War, almost 10k years after the War of the Ancients? Also, how did Sargeras make an "avatar" if he was lost in the limbo, but that's a question for another article and it might have a logical explanation.
I guess 4 tildes? 220.127.116.11 16:13, December 7, 2016 (UTC)
- The events of the Avatar of Sargeras happened after the tomb was raised by Gul'dan. I'm not sure why you are confused. Also, if you read World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 1, the titans are ultra-powerful, planet-sized beings and Sargeras was likely the most powerful of them all. Their power was far greater than anything we've seen in lore or in-game. What many of us thought were titans in-game were actually just avatars or titan-forged and there have been many. Some think that the "Avatar of Sargeras" was actually just one of many. -- (talk · contr) 7 Dec 2016 5:02 PM Pacific