Not only because I love dragons.
I've always seen the dragons in the Guild Wars universe as some sort of balance to the magic overflow as they only consume as much as they need and then return to sleep once in a cycle. I'm probably the only one who feels bad for killing all these dragons.
I know it's just my headcannon but I've always envisioned the Elder Dragons as something good who kept the magic (the lifeblood of this world) of Thyria in balance. I always thought they might have been corrupted by something else and turned evil even though they were meant to be guardians/keepers after all.
Weren't it the Gods who granted humanity (a race we still don't know of their origin yet) magic and with that to every other race on Thyria (the planet, not the continent Tyria)?
Humans only used it for evil as far as I know and I also know about the story of Abaddon (as I played a good bit of gw1 even though I'm still stuck at Factions atm and I'd like to continue it just for the lore before EoD drops. So anyone who wants to help is welcome because I really love the lore.) and I think he was misunderstood. Also if you can kill a God are they Gods after all? We know that Kormir ascended into Godhood as well as Grenth who defeated Dhuum so maybe these Gods we know of are all ascended humans and the true Gods might be unkown. What if the Elder Dragons were the true Gods as they were always not aligned to a certain race, they all had their own domain, they are similar to some of the six Gods and they are/were six? There's even a book about that in the Durmand Priory in one of the story steps of Living Story Season 2. I mean it's just a theory but still.
Anyways if magic was granted to humans and one of the Gods wanted to take it back as they saw what humans did with such power wouldn't you think there was some way of balance in the system?
I'm currently writing on a novel project about all of this since 8 years although it's on pause since 2016 now because of different real life stuff.
Also what would happen to Aurene since she's an Elder Dragon herself now? I know about the Glint prophecy stuff but what if she cannot contain all this power anymore?
Aurene, Glint, Kuunuvang and a lot of other dragons are the evidence that not all dragons are bad.
You know what? I even trust Jormag at this point as they only want to put a stop to the missuse of such power like magic.
However there's so much we don't know yet and I hope we get everything uncovered of this series' lore.
Forgot to add this: The lore of this series is one of my all time favorites alongside with the Elder Scrolls series. Both hold an important place in my heart.
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