That still doesn't explain them using the same tactics over again and thinking it'll work. If there is only one set of demons, which timeline are they following? Is it our post Hyjal where they know they failed or pre-Horde 1.0? If they are outside the split, how would they not have the knowledge of what happened the last time? Are they attacking both worlds simultaneously to them? If so, how can they manage that with only one form?
The Legion is not multi-timeline. It's only multi-dimensional, but that's merely phrasing, as the Twisting Nether (the 'Space' between worlds=planets) is considered a different dimension, the chaotic underlying mesh in which the "ordered" worlds are embedded. It just means they are attacking and controlling multiple worlds.AU Archimonde has no connection with 'our' Archimonde.
This is what happens when you use time travel in your narrative.
That's one messed up explanation...So evil is everywhere, the dark side is strong with this one.But the mortals, on one $%^&ty little world, can use some dragons' pokeballs to twist time, create alternative universes and give this "everpresent" evil some... "comeback"?Pfhahahahaha....Bah, I remember reading that... what was it... Well of Eternity trilogy, where Mr. Knaak was clearly expressing that Old Gods make Sargeras look like a wimp.As in: Old Gods actually twisted that timeline. THEY first created that time paradox that influenced all Cataclysm resolution. They were outside of the circle, figuratively speaking. And if they had succeeded - all this pansy Legion invading Azeroth that happened over and over - would not matter even if Sargeras made it through.Now Old Gods are reduces to some... hentai or surgeon fantasies with phat lewt, while Guldan is going anti-Thrall.Yeah, lore-wise Warcraft probably will not make it to the Virtual Reality age. But at least for now it's still a flagship PvE MMO...