Hey Myriad, So I've been looking through the novels lately and I've found this (https://imgur.com/8WysO23), it seems as if Nozdormu views time non linearly and since Deathwing could react to him, could it imply immeasurable speed?
I don't think that I'm the best person to ask this as I'm not too familiar with any characters rated as immeasurable in speed, but I'm pretty sure that viewing time non-linearly is just powerful precog and that Deathwing would need to be reacting to attacks occurring through different moments in time for him to to have such a rating.
Moving outside of time is considered either infinite or immeasurable speed if I remember correctly. However, I can't remember whether this speed was applicable inside of time or not, sorry. Furthermore, I'm not exactly certain about the standards that need to be met for a statement or a feat to be eligible for the rating. The End Times dungeon doesn't really give us a good example of what's meant by Murozond's adventure guide entry. It could very well be referring to him travelling through the timeways I guess... which are sort of between time I guess?
Well I see, though the timeways do refer to alternate timelines as per chronicles volume 3 and the caverns of time quest and I mean Nozdormu was said to be the essence of time itself, but you're right it is kind of vague though it could very well give a wow upgrade if it wasn't.
I've been looking over the Argus conversation again and it really doesn't seem that any credible reasoning for High 3-A was ever presented, every response having some kind of discrepancy.If it's alright I'd like to change the rating to 3-A.
While I'm at it I'd like to ask you about Low-Godly regen which I've added to the Elemental Lord profiles. Even though their souls never truly die and are simply transported someplace else, they are considered dead for all intents and purposes. I've been reading up on how we classify an ability like that and the general consensus seems to be that this is considered Resurrection rather than Low-Godly regen even if an entirely new body is being created. Should I change the Low-Godly to Resurrection?
You mean the novels? I've been reading The War of the Ancients trilogy all day and have only stumbled upon some possible abilities that can be added to some characters but they weren't performed by the specific characters themselves so I wrote them off as leaps of logic and didn't bother. As for AP I haven't read anything. Can't remember much from most of the other books.
That was Antorus, he was talking about Argus' End of All Things ability from his raid fight. He was hypothetically speaking about the possibility of the spell ending all of the infinite parallel universes, he was hypothetically speaking of course. It's not known if the spell does that. The raid fight releases on 28th his month and we might get some clarification about it. The other thing that we were talking about might have been the Void Lords. But practically nothing is known about them.
Myriadofmemes wrote: That was Antorus, he was talking about Argus' End of All Things ability from his raid fight. He was hypothetically speaking about the possibility of the spell ending all of the infinite parallel universes, he was hypothetically speaking of course. It's not known if the spell does that. The raid fight releases on 28th his month and we might get some clarification about it. The other thing that we were talking about might have been the Void Lords. But practically nothing is known about them.
Arent the old gods serving the void lords and dont they all crave a world soul?
Although I doubt personally blizzard would explore the void lords anytime soon.
Maybe hearthstone might have some lore on this lul.
In all seriousness, Antorus has obviously never met this guy lul.
One day, 2-A would be a thing.
Then we shall have the holy trinity of 2-A's. Magic the Gathering, Elder Scrolls and... WoW.
I sincerely doubt that the Void Lords and more specifically The Light and The Void will be anything less than 1-A. It was already stated in the Chronicles that The Light and The Void were "unfettered" by space and time.