The warlocks of Azeroth are gods or necromancers who walk the fel path to death and the Shadowlands. Their fel energies are necromantic energies that can seep into undead and thus the realm between death and life.
War(craft) Of Betrayers And Deceivers
In order to understand why warlocks are necromancers, we must understand that Chris Metzen is a maniac whose story is a story of contradictions and nonsense. Even if there is no true god when regarding to World of Warcraft, he would literally claim mantain that a warlock can (or does) attain godhood (from a demon lord) without believing there is a god who has godhood to give. Even if holy magics and shadow magics are cosmic forces, Chris Metzen would say that they aren’t cosmic forces that affect (or touch) and govern the cosmic systems of the physical universe lest they be the forces of Order and Disorder known as arcane magic and fel magic.
If there is no real and true god when regarding to World of Warcraft, how can warlocks exist? You know, extraterrestrial creations that don’t exist in our world don’t exist to us as real things. If anything, warlocks are (insane) deceivers who create deceits about fictional entities that only exist when regarding to their own fiction. If there is a true god when regarding to World of Warcraft, it stands to reason that the god make godlike titans, Old Gods, and demons then make demons war with a titan. It stands to reason that the god can make a titan war with demons, force the titan to discover Old Gods, force the titan to create a burning legion of demons, force the burning legion to burn all worlds and all word-inhabiting demonologists who believe they are the masters of demons. It stands to reason that the true god of the World of Warcraft isn’t Chris Metzen.
Demons are not really living things who are from the physical universe and the godlike titans AS PER THE CHRONICLE. If they are really real living things in the physical universe, the forces of Death and Life hold sway over them BECAUSE the Chronicle establishes that the forces of Death and Life hold sway over every living thing in the physical universe. And if the forces of Death and Life hold sway over demons, it stands to reason that demonologists can be (or are) necromancers who use the forces of Death and Life to hold sway over them or necromancers who can threaten them with death. Of course, demonologists cannot be deathbringers who bring death to demons because demons are not really natural living things that exist. They’re not real living things that can die (naturally) and that’s all there is to it really.
“Real” demonologists are not fictional scientists who can do the impossible and use magic(al) portals to magically summon magical demons. Demons are not real living beings that warlocks can divine information from. Ergo, the self-made term “demonmancer” should not be applied to a demonologist and why the term demonologist is really an aberration. Blizzard employees know this and yet they dare use the term demonologist knowing full well that people will misunderstand who demonologists really are. From a real person’s standpoint, people can study the fictional demons of Chris Metzen’s story. From the standpoint of fictional mortals, fictional demons that don’t exist in their world don’t exist as real living things to them. Fictional demons are not really real living things, not when regarding to Chris Metzen’s story and not when regarding to real life.
Destruction Of Chris Metzen's Creations
Where is Chris Metzen’s proof that that demons are real living things that can claw their way into the physical universe? Why should I believe that the great demons known as the dreadlords aren’t void lords in disguise as the inner demons of worlds? Why should anyone believe anything Chris Metzen states? This is the person who expects people to believe that dreadlords did not dedicate their existence to mastering the arts of fel magic and that fel magic isn’t shadow magic. He established that shadow magic is a cosmic force and yet he is telling me that shadow magic ISN’T a cosmic force that can “touch” the cosmic systems of the physical universe and “govern” in some sense? HE IS LYING and making excuses because the only reason why shadow magic wouldn’t be fel magic (a cosmic force that controls cosmic systems) DESPITE being a cosmic and divine force is BECAUSE it does not naturally exist in the physical universe.
The Light cannot even be created or destroyed, so why should anyone believe this lie that fel energy is created? Because Chris Metzen expects people to believe lies are the truth? People are not this liar’s slaves and they don’t have to tolerate his nonsense. If anything, Light and Void energies are converted (or transformed) into fel energies or fel energies are just chaotic Light and Void energies of some mix. If anything, Chris Metzen is a lying schmuck who expects me to believe that Light and Void energies cannot be addictive fel energies that can make one feel like a god who governs the cosmic systems of the physical universe. If fel magics are real, fel magics are cosmic (or divine) forces that a pseudo-god gifts non-magical mortals with in exchange for their servitude as felmancers who can divine their future as (un)dead necromancers. Demons are not real living mortals who can tap into their mortal life with Life Tap, drain all of it out, transform themselves into (un)dead necromancers.
Fel Gods Of Disorder
If demons are real, they supposedly warred with the titan Sargeras. Of course, the claim that Sargeras can be living and see demons is just so silly to me, what is the point of Chris Metzen’s story? Demons are not real living mortals who can sacrifice their mortal lives and mortal souls to become “one with” the void (lords). They cannot even be consumed by the Void BECAUSE Chris Metzen established that the only way to kill demons permanently was to slay them in the Nether or in areas of the Great Dark saturated with that volatile realm’s energies, so tell me more about how demons are living? The Void itself truly cannot get rid of demons permanently unless Chris Metzen changes (or retcons) Chronicle lore and comes up with some nonsense, so why should anyone believe demons are living mortals who can die and have souls go to the realm of the dead upon death? Because Chris Metzen expects people to be his mindless slave who accepts his nonsense?
Chris Metzen maintains that Sargeras discovered a black world-titan and that it was infested with Old Gods and a conclave of demons, but why should anyone believe his nonsense? The claim that a world can be living and that it can “see” Old Gods and demons that shouldn’t exist is just so silly. What is the point of his story? Dreadlords are demons and dreadlords are not really living lords who are from the realm of existence that Old Gods are from. This ultimately means that a conclave of dreadlords somehow made its way to the Old Gods’ world and made its existence known to the Old Gods. The Old Gods are not really all-knowing gods who are born — or created — with demonic knowledge and Chris Metzen is a liar who expects people to believe they are incapable of being demonologists (or warlocks) who are from a godlike titan-world, are limited by its laws of physics, cannot really summon a demon lord from a demonic realm, and cannot gain mastery over it.
Who the first true warlock is to Chris Metzen is a mystery if Chris Metzen's story is a story of excuses. The godlike titan Azeroth is a godlike titan-world, but that does not mean she can force Ragnaros, lord of her fire elementals, to worship her as a goddess. Azeroth is not an all-knowing goddess and she does not have absolute mastery over Ragnaros, who seeks to burn her, so why should I believe she is incapable of being a mage-queen pyromancer who divines her future as a burning, disorder-representing (fel), and unruly goddess through fire? Why should people believe being the lord of fire excludes Ragnaros from being a governor-warlock who seeks to burn Azeroth, claim its nexus of godly energies, then use chaos magics to burn countless worlds and annihilate countless species over the aeons?
Ragnaros is not an order-representing (arcane) pyromancer who needs to divine the future of a world and its inhabitants through fire and Azeroth is not a pyromancer, so whose the first mage of Azeroth or the first pyromancer of Azeroth? Do pyromancers even exist when regarding to Azeroth (World of Warcraft)? Do fire elementals even exist when regarding to World of Warcraft? You know, if Azeroth is real and is from a realm fundamentally separate from the Void that Old Gods are from, Azeroth cannot know of Old Gods until the Old Gods go to Azeroth and make their existence. Old Gods themselves are not real gods who know everything, so why should I believe they cannot be pyromancers who divine the future of worlds through fire (elementals)? Because Chris Metzen treats fake gods as real gods who are limited by a profession? Old Gods are actually limited by him and asininity.
Fel King Sargeras Commands The Eredar To Be Warlocks
Chris Metzen acts as if warlocks don’t need to be pyromancers who are from a titan-world that was uniquely susceptible to fel magic and need to divine the future of worlds through fire, why not treat them as gods who govern titans or worlds with their warlock magics and have the indeginous races of worlds as their slaves? Why not not treat them as necromancers of a higher form who have the undead the worlds they govern as creatures under their command? Why not treat their magics as death magics that bring worlds and their species to a state of oblivion as time passes? Why not treat warlocks as gods who can cause fel volcanoes to erupt across the surface of Sargeras’s skin, make fel infernals possess Sargeras, force Sargeras to be a walking contradiction who creates the disorder-representing (fel) Burning Legion, have him war with his titan kin, then recruit the eredar? Why create the void lords and have them be the cause of the Burning Legion’s creation?
Chris Metzen needs to respect the hierarchy. While fel magic is indeed the magic of disorder, it is a magic that can be defined by those who use it and it is used by Sargeras, who infused creatures known as the eredar with fel energies, twisting their forms to resemble hideous demons. It is the magic of eredar, the fel-corrupted converts of Sargeras. It is the magic of Kil’jaeden and Archimonde, the most powerful of the eredar rulers who rule the godlike titan Argus on Sargeras’s behalf. It is the magic of pseudo-gods who govern on behalf of Sargeras, who molded the eredar Kil’jaeden’s innate cunning and arcane intellect to suit the Legion’s designs. It is the magic of Kil’jaeden the Deceiver, who was charged with using his wits to beguile the mortal civilizations of the physical universe and transform them into agents of the Burning Legion. It is the magic of shivarra who serve Sargeras as the Legion’s first and foremost fel mystics.
Fel King Sargeras Commands Azshara And Her Highborne To Be Limited Warlock
Now the liar Chris Metzen claims that warlocks don’t serve Sargeras as the Legion’s foremost fel mystics, but people don't need to tolerate the deceits of this deceiver as the truth. Kil’jaeden had his mind twisted by Sargeras and is now essentially a demon lord who believes Sargeras is a god who cannot be stopped by the godlike titan Argus, yet Chris Metzen is telling people that Kil’jaeden the Deceiver doesn’t serve the same fel purpose that the shivarra priestesses serve for Sargeras? Chris Metzen is telling me that Sargeras cannot force the shivarra who worship him to be warlocks whose chaos magics have burnt out entire worlds and annihilated countless species over the aeons? Chris Metzen is telling me that Sargeras cannot force shivarra demons and the Legion to teach orcs the secrets of warlock magics and warlocks? Is Chris Metzen telling me that under Archimonde’s command, warlocks cannot serve as the Legion’s foremost mystics?
People seriously cannot know who the first warlock of Azeroth is to Chris Metzen if he is a wishy washy liar who is full of excuses and would change his lore. When regarding to World of Warcraft, Azeroth was first invaded by demons when Queen Azshara and her Highborne mages used the Well of Eternity’s arcane energies to summon the Legion’s minions fel minions and fel energies. These beings were enthralled by Sargeras’s might and were essentially his thralls, yet Chris Metzen is telling people they cannot serve him as warlocks whose magics have brought countless worlds and species to a state of oblivion? He is telling people that Sargeras cannot teach them the secret of warlock magics and the secret of Kil’jaeden the Deceiver? Is he telling people that Sargeras cannot have them serve as the Legion’s tacticians and stategists under Archimonde’s command? For a godlike titan who can enthrall the mage-queen Azshara and her Highborne group of governor-mages, Sargeras sure seems limited by Chris Metzen.
Harbinger Of The Legion’s Mysticism
Kil’jaeden eventually found an orc named Gul’dan and promised to make Gul’dan powerful. In exchange for power, Gul’dan would help the Burning Legion use the orcs as a weapon to destroy the draenei. He agreed to the shadow pact. He had no love for his people and if attaining godhood meant manipulating the orc race, he would not hesitate to do so AS PER THE CHRONICLE. Kil’jaeden instructed his servant in the ways of fel magic and Gul’dan took to the volatile power faster than expected. He reveled in the destructive might at his fingertips and so was born the first orc warlock. Now, Chris Metzen would say that Gul’dan did not believe Kil’jaeden is a god who has godhood to give or that warlocks don’t believe Kil’jaeden is a god who has godhood to give, but he is a deceiver who would have you believe that all warlocks don’t follow the same career path (or fel path) that Gul’dan took to death and the Shadowlands.
Light and Void energy cannot be created or destroyed, so why should I believe demonic (fel) energy can be created by warlocks? Because his friend, Sean Copeland, states that it is created? People are not this liar’s slave and they don’t have to tolerate his lies as the truth. Demonologists (or warlocks) cannot create demonic (fel) energy. If demons are really real when regarding to Draenor or the World of Warcraft and are from a realm or world fundamentally separate from the world Gul’dan is from, Gul’dan would not have known anything about demons until demons somehow made their way to Gul’dan’s world and made their existence known to him. Kil’jaeden came to Gul’dan, not the other way around. Kil’jaeden came to Gul’dan and the orcs then gifted them with fel powers in exchange for servitude AS PER THE CHRONICLE. Gul’dan was not the master of Kil’jaeden and was repeatedly described as his agent, so why should people believe all orc warlocks aren't the agents of Kil'jaeden?
Insurrection: Fictional Demonologists Are Not Real Scientists Who Govern The Cosmic Systems Of The Physical Universe With The Cosmic Forces Of Order And DisorderChris Metzen doesn’t seem to understand that all dentists clean teeth and that all warlocks do what warlocks do. If Gul’dan served Kil’jaeden and sought to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden AS A WARLOCK, serving Kil’jaeden and seeking to gain godhood from Kil’jaeden is what a warlock does. Does Chris Metzen believe people are stupid and don’t understand what he’s doing here? This secretive and shady deceiver would actually hide the fact that all orc warlocks do what Gul’dan did as a warlock or say that there are exceptions to the rule, acting as if Gul’dan is able to do things that his warlock students cannot even do. Chris Metzen is a liar who seems to be becoming more stupid because the claim that orc warlocks are incapable of doing what Gul’dan did as a warlock is not true. The first orcs WHO BECAME warlocks learned the practices of a warlock from Gul’dan and Kil’jaeden THEN BECAME certified warlocks, so people are not suppose to believe they are incapable of doing what their teachers do (e.g. sacrifice demonic acolytes and use their necromantic energies). With Kil’jaeden’s help, Gul’dan formed the group of orcs called the necrolytes and Chris Metzen is a moron who would have me believe that the warlocks Gul’dan and Kil’jaeden didn’t form the necrolytes for a specific fel reason. With all honesty, his story is a story of nonsense because clearly the necrolytes serve a fel purpose to Kil’jaeden and he is telling that they aren’t warlocks who serve a fel purpose to Kil’jaeden? He is telling people that warlocks aren’t necrolytes who serve a fel purpose to Kil’jaeden or that the warlock Gul’dan wasn’t a greater necromancer who lead lesser necrolytes who followed him on his fel path to Azeroth, death, and the Shadowlands? Who was Gul’dan as a warlock? Was he a master of demons or merely someone who got flayed alive by demons? Who are demonologists or warlocks? Surely they’re not just arcanists or mages who only want power and would divine the secrets of fel magic and learn of the Burning Legion’s so-called existence. The ogre mage Cho’gall only wanted power and was not interested in the ideologies Gul’dan spouted concerning demons and the Legion.
Human Mages Are Warlocks Who Believe Medivh Was A Demon In Disguise As A Human Possessed By A Portion Of Sargeras’s SoulGul’dan was not the master of demons and did not even have the spectral sight that demon hunters have. Gul’dan believed that Medivh was a demon in disguise DESPITE the fact that he was just a human mage possessed by a portion of the soul belonging to the Legion’s lord, Sargeras. Given his belief, Kil’jaeden is a demon in disguise as a man’ari eredar possessed by a portion of a demon lord’s soul. Given his belief, when regarding to a hypothetical situation, if a grell were to be possessed by a portion of an imp lord’s soul, that grell is actually a demon in disguise (as an imp). And if the belief of the first orc warlock is wrong, the belief of all orc warlocks is wrong. And if the belief of all orc warlocks is flawed, the orc warlocks were deceived by a deceiver OR Kil’jaeden the Deceiver was deceived. And if Kil’jaeden the Deceiver was a deceiver, it is because Sargeras is a deceiver who transformed Kil’jaeden into a deceived deceiver by entering the guise of some radiant being and communing with him. Chris Metzen’s deceits shall fall like dominoes. The claim that the order-representing (arcane) world-titan Sargeras can be living and create a disorder-representing (fel) burning legion to stop void lords that don’t exist in reality is just so silly and there are people who are just curious if there is any real point to Chris Metzen’s story of deceits and insanity. It’s one thing to tell deceits because you blindly trust people and you were deceived. It’s another thing to blatantly deceive others because you want to transform them into deceived deceivers who deceive others with the deceits you’ve given them. Chris Metzen should be brought to justice. Does this order-representing (arcane) deceiver Chris Metzen believe he is a god who can utterly control the Burning Legion and warlocks using deceits without paying a price? Any warlock who works with the Burning Legion, the mage Medivh, and the titan that possessed him is essentially a mage or walking contradiction that should not exist when regarding to Chris Metzen’s World of Warcraft. The fel and the warlocks have no place on Azeroth.
Magical Experiments Of Kil’jaeden The Deceiver, The Demonologists, Are Not The Master Of Demons
Make no mistake, continuity of the lore isn’t important to him. No where does the Warcraft 1 manual state that daemons are living things who can (or do) exist in the physical universe. No where does the Warcraft 1 manual state that demons are living things who have spirits tethered to the Twisting Nether. No where does Warcraft 2 manual state that Gul’dan is a deathbringer who can bring death to demons (who disobey him) or a necromancer who can gather the disembodied spirits of demons and fuse those spirits to corpses to create a demonic army of death knights or skeletal horrors with spirits tethered to the Twisting Nether. No where does the Warcraft 3 manual that Kil’jaeden can use his chaotic powers to warp a demon’s spirit into a lich king with a spirit tethered to the Twisting Nether. Fictional demonologists are not real scientists who can divine information from a demon or gather demonic spirits then fuse them to corpses to create a demonic army of skeletal liches with spirits tethered to the Nether.
Gul’dan was a necromancer, but not in the way a warlock should be. Gul’dan should have been a necromancer who gathers demonic spirits and fused them with corpses to create a demonic army of death knights that are both demonic and undead. Warlocks should be necromancers who gather demonic spirits and fuse them with corpses to create brain-dead (or mindless) servants that are both demonic and undead, but Chris Metzen believes Gul'dan should not have been a necromancer who gathers demonic spirits and fuse them to corpses despite the fact that fel is a warlock thing. Even if Gul'dan would use fel magic to meld fel spirits to corpses to create a fel army of skeletal horrors that have demonic spirits tethered to the Twisting Nether, Chris Metzen mantains that Gul'dan wasn't a warlock who used fel magic to meld fel spirits to corpses because fel magic was outlawed.
Necromancers Of The Scourge Are Warlocks Who Serve A Fel Purpose To Kil'jaeden
The Necromancers Of Azeroth Are Warlocks
The Necromancers Of The Burning Crusade And Wrath Of The Lich King Are Warlocks
The Necromancers Of The Cataclysm Are Warlocks
The Necromancers Of The Mists Of Pandaria Are Warlocks
The Necrophytes Of The Warlords Of Draenor Are Warlocks
The Warlocks Of Legion Are Necromancers
The Warlocks Of The Void Are Necromancers
Background Of Warcraft I-III's Warlocks
If the energies of this world can be used for destruction, then the energies of the underworld could destroy Azeroth. It is this destructive power that the Orcish Warlocks use in their incantations and rituals. As the most powerful of the Orcish sects, these dark brethren of Hades go where none others dare in search of ultimate power. Their Towers hold the keys to unleashing the very essence of evil upon those they see as a threat to their devious plans. Spells that channel the fire and brimstone of hell through their bodies, or can summon forth great creatures - even daemons - are theirs to use.
Although the Warcraft 2 manual doesn't establish whose the first true warlock, the warlock Gul'dan is the main warlock discussed by the Warcraft 2 manual.