manye people that i asked said it is planet and no asteroid.
so what true?
ands have to this contact to lore?
so what do you think?
and Draenei, however, they firstly came from Argus, but fled from the demonic corruption and then ended up there. Then they got driven out from Draenor to Azeroth because orcs were corrupted by demonic taint. Sad story.01/08/2012 07:54Posted by Adelhealshomeworld of orcs and ogres.
However, I do think Outland is still a planet, even though it's not round.
It's only become a piece of a puzzle...
Kil'jaeden tricked the orcs to start a war against Draenei and eventually corrupted them through warlock magic and Mannoroths blood to be a weapon of total destruction against draenei. After the fall of Shattrath Kil'jaeden left Draenor and under instruction of warlock Gul'dan orcs began to build the Dark Portal. Gul'dan had been connected by Medivh who was controlled by Burning Legions master, Sargeras. This was the beginning of Warcraft I when orcs invaded Azeroth.
Draenor was corrupted and couldn't support it's inhabitants. Demon corruption was almost everywhere and land itself was dying. At that time Ner'zhul, the orc shaman who Kil'jaeden contacted in the first place, tried to open portals to different worlds. Portals collapsed with tremendous energy and teared the planet Draenor apart. What is now Outland, is part of that planet. As far as I know, the titans have never visited Draenor.
01/08/2012 10:41Posted by IderalWonder how much gravity force has to remain there without crashing on other close planet or the sun. Or it's just the residue magic after the cataclysm.
Gravity is neither here nor there. The various remains of Draenor which nor form the Outlands have nothing like realistic gravitational forces governing them. They are just a selection of cool zones in a fantasy RPG.
Somehow I don't think they said to each other: "Look, blue aliens landing, let's call our planet after them".
You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!