Never-ever mind that though, could somebody please explain something to me. Shouldn't there be a difference between traveling trough time and traveling trough alternate realities... usually, at least. Did Blizzard somehow mix the two up and... well, how? Does this even make sense and how does it work in Warcraft?
I mean... in that book where Thrall saves Nozdormu from being-lost-in-time-qq it's stated that there is only one true (or main) timeline and that the other timelines are illusions? Fake? Possibilities created by the magic of the Bronze Dragonflight? I didn't read the book and it's not entirely explain on wowpedia, which I'm disinclined to take as 100% correct with these dodgy interpretations and some similar stuff.
So can anyone explain how alternate timelines work according to that book? How are they created? And how does their classification of being "fake" affect the alternate timeline of WoD?
Did they just simply decide to have proper and very real alternate timelines after all? Doesn't that classify them as different dimensions/realities altogether which should put them out of the domain of Bronze Dragons who merely travel trough time?
And if not, if WoD's timeline is fake after all... how does it get created and how in oblivion does it affect the one true timeline? How can Garrosh just simply go there and gather an army that he plans to use to conquer the main timeline's world?
Does an alternate timeline appear whenever somebody travels trough time without affecting the main timeline directly? Why did we bother with CoT instances if that's the case?
This appears to make no !@#$ing sense whatsoever.