History Characters / WarcraftIllidanAndFollowers

24th Jul '16 10:39:46 PM X59
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* DragonWithAnAgenda: She's trying to drain the water from Zangarmarsh, but no one knows why.

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* DragonWithAnAgenda: She's trying to drain the water from Zangarmarsh, but no one knows why.in order to control the denizens of Outland as revealed in ''Illidan''.



* ZenSurvivor: Akama has endured his people being corrupted, banished from his uncorrupted brethren, and his world shattering. He is still one of the wisest of the Broken and that is able to inspire [[undyingloyalty undying loyalty in his tribe]].


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* UndyingLoyalty: The Ashtongue Deathsworn have this in regards to Akama.
* ZenSurvivor: Akama has endured his people being corrupted, banished from his uncorrupted brethren, and his world shattering. He is still one of the wisest of the Broken and that is able to inspire [[undyingloyalty undying loyalty in from his tribe]].

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24th Jul '16 1:21:58 PM X59
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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Is implied to feel this way about allying with someone known as The Betrayer.



* HeroWithBadPublicity: ''Illidan'' reveals that for all his good intentions, other Broken Tribes are distrustful of him due to alliance with Illidan.



* IDidWhatIHadToDo: Seems to regard his alliance with Illidan and later Maiev as this.



%%* RebelLeader

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%%* RebelLeader* NotSoDifferent: Holds this opinion about Illidan and Maiev.
* RebelLeader: Of the Ashtongue Deathsworn and later aids in overthrowing Illidan.



* TranquilFury: Enters this after Illidan refuses to return the Black Temple after Magtheridon's fall when he realizes that Prince Kael'Thlas and Lady Vashj knew it was going to happen all along.
* ZenSurvivor


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* TranquilFury: Enters this after Illidan refuses to return the Black Temple after Magtheridon's fall when he realizes that Prince Kael'Thlas Kael'Thas and Lady Vashj knew it was going to happen all along.
* ZenSurvivor

ZenSurvivor: Akama has endured his people being corrupted, banished from his uncorrupted brethren, and his world shattering. He is still one of the wisest of the Broken and that is able to inspire [[undyingloyalty undying loyalty in his tribe]].

24th Jul '16 1:07:30 PM X59
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* TheFriendNobodyLikes: When he's reporting missing in the Illidan novel, Illidan doesn't care, Akama thinks it's a good thing and while we don't see Lady Vashj view on it she isn't raising a fuss over it.


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* TheFriendNobodyLikes: When he's reporting missing in the Illidan novel, Illidan doesn't care, Akama thinks it's a good thing and while we don't see Lady Vashj view on it she isn't raising a fuss over it.
24th Jul '16 1:00:55 PM X59
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* DemotedToExtra: Doesn't even appear in the Illidan novel and is only mentioned.



* TheFriendNobodyLikes: When he's reporting missing in the Illidan novel, Illidan doesn't care, Akama thinks it's a good thing and while we don't see Lady Vashj view on it she isn't raising a fuss over it.



** She plays this straight in the Illidan novel with the focus being on others such as Illidan and Akama. She however is shown to fighting in Illidan's names and helps advances his plans.



%%* SupportingLeader: In the Black Temple raid.
%%* ZenSurvivor

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%%* * SupportingLeader: In the Black Temple raid.
%%* ZenSurvivor*TranquilFury: Enters this after Illidan refuses to return the Black Temple after Magtheridon's fall when he realizes that Prince Kael'Thlas and Lady Vashj knew it was going to happen all along.
* ZenSurvivor

24th Jul '16 12:43:35 PM X59
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* NeverMyFault: Though Illidan has acknowledged when he is to blame, he does have his moments of playing this trope straight. Such as his refusal to admit that [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal his own actions is what turns Akama against him]].
24th Jul '16 1:24:36 AM X59
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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Essentially admits his "Hide from Kil'jaeden in Outland" plan was this. This can also be applied his other plans as well as he seems to only see the positive outcomes of his actions and not the negatives that will come with it.



* HisOwnWorstEnemey: Considering Illidan's actions and refusal to tell anyone what he is actually doing.

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* HisOwnWorstEnemey: HisOwnWorstEnemy: Considering Illidan's actions and refusal to tell anyone what he is actually doing.doing...
24th Jul '16 1:14:06 AM X59
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* HisOwnWorstEnemey: Considering Illidan's actions and refusal to tell anyone what he is actually doing.



** In ''Illidan'' we learn that he promised to return the Black Temple to Akama after the fall of Magtheridon and later after he finishes his work on Outland. While Illidan plans on honoring his promise to Akama, his changing of terms and further corruption of the Black Temple causes Akama to believe that Illidan has no intention of honoring his word and [[Mistreatment-InducedBetrayal turns against him]].

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** In ''Illidan'' we learn that he promised to return the Black Temple to Akama after the fall of Magtheridon and later after he finishes his work on Outland. While Illidan plans on honoring his promise to Akama, his changing of terms and further corruption of the Black Temple causes Akama to believe that Illidan has no intention of honoring his word and [[Mistreatment-InducedBetrayal [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal turns against him]].



* Mistreatment-InducedBetrayal: The novel ''Illidan'' reveals Illidan promised to return the Black Temple to Akama after the fall of Magtheridon. However Illidan refuses to return and claims that it will returned after he's done with it. The fact that Illidan lied to him before and is furthering corrupting the Black Temple causes Akama to conclude that Illidan has no intention of honoring his word and he subsequently turns against him as a result.

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* Mistreatment-InducedBetrayal: MistreatmentInducedBetrayal: The novel ''Illidan'' reveals Illidan promised to return the Black Temple to Akama after the fall of Magtheridon. However Illidan refuses to return and claims that it will returned after he's done with it. The fact that Illidan lied to him before and is furthering corrupting the Black Temple causes Akama to conclude that Illidan has no intention of honoring his word and he subsequently turns against him as a result.
24th Jul '16 1:08:45 AM X59
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** In ''Illidan'' we learn that he promised to return the Black Temple to Akama after the fall of Magtheridon and later after he finishes his work on Outland. While Illidan plans on honoring his promise to Akama, his changing of terms and further corruption of the Black Temple causes Akama to believe that Illidan has no intention of honoring his word and [[Mistreatment-InducedBetrayal turns against him]].


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*Mistreatment-InducedBetrayal: The novel ''Illidan'' reveals Illidan promised to return the Black Temple to Akama after the fall of Magtheridon. However Illidan refuses to return and claims that it will returned after he's done with it. The fact that Illidan lied to him before and is furthering corrupting the Black Temple causes Akama to conclude that Illidan has no intention of honoring his word and he subsequently turns against him as a result.
21st Jul '16 9:46:43 PM conankane1
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* GoMadFromTheIsolation: When Maiev calls him out on being insane, his reply is, in a BluntYes kind of way: ''"Isolation will do that to the mind."''

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* GoMadFromTheIsolation: When Maiev calls him out on being insane, his reply is, in a BluntYes kind is something of way: a BluntYes: ''"Isolation will do that to the mind."''"'' If only the other night elves understood that, a lot of tragedy could have been averted.



* ThePunishment: Illidan has only grown ''worse'' due to his ten-thousand year long incarceration, not better as his kindhearted brother naively hoped. Illidan himself realizes this; when Maiev calls him insane in "The Frozen Throne", his immediate response is "Isolation can do that to the mind." If only the other night elves understood that, a lot of tragedy could have been averted.

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* ThePunishment: Illidan was sentenced to life imprisonment for making a second Well of Eternity and his seeming duplicity in serving the Burning Legion. However he has only grown ''worse'' due to his ten-thousand year long incarceration, not better as his kindhearted brother naively hoped. Illidan himself realizes this; when Maiev calls him insane in "The Frozen Throne", his immediate response is "Isolation can do that to the mind." If only the other night elves understood that, a lot of tragedy could have been averted.hoped.
21st Jul '16 9:44:50 PM conankane1
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** On the other hand, it's revealed that the magic he was performing would have destroyed the continent of Northrend, and he was doing it because Kil'Jaeden told him to do so. Neither piece of information would have been well received. And, as Uther revealed in ''WorldOfWarcraft'', the death of the Lich King would have been Bad News, even if Illidan hadn't melted the polar icecaps to do it.

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** On the other hand, it's revealed that the magic he was performing would have destroyed the continent of Northrend, and he was doing it because Kil'Jaeden told him to do so. Neither piece of information would have been well received. received because Northrend's destruction would have caused massive loss of life and environmental problems while Kil'jaeden was a demon leader of the omnicidal Burning Legion who they're warring against. And, as Uther revealed in ''WorldOfWarcraft'', the death of the Lich King would have been Bad News, even if Illidan hadn't melted the polar icecaps to do it.
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