We know that Elder Dragons and Gods can absorb eachother's magic and enhance their powers by doing so.
So how in the world did Kormir actually absorb Abaddon's magic and become a God? I mean she was just a mortal human with no speacialities whatsoever. I know aurene isn't an Elder dragon or a God as well but she was on a whole different level than Kormir. Kormir was not gifted in any way that it could be so easy for her to just become a God and even absorb another God's magic. That would mean the whole theory is mistaken and everyone in Tyria, even a Dolyak, could absorb the magic of dragons and gods and so ascend to be one of them. Also why Kormir, why her and not anyone else who may have fit much more into this role. For example the player character in gw1 has far more capabilities of such role as they already have experience with such matters regarding the whole journey (like the Ascension part in Augury Rock or the part where a Seer infused their armor to defy the Mursaat's Spectral Agony abilities) they had to make in Prophecies in order to face the Lich Lord. So why in the world it had to be Kormir? What made her special and even capable in any way? Would she just burst into none existence by this huge amount of power? How can a mortal even handle this and how do you just become a God within seconds? This seems all so odd to me and when I actually played through the story I was really thrown off by the whole thing like it was all rushed. You don't just absorb powers of a God as a mortal and poof "I'm a God now".
I just remembered how odd this part of the story was as I played the latest living world episode and saw how Aurene was instantly brought back to life. It reminded me of how rushed the whole Kormir becoming a God thing was in Nightfall.
So I made this discussion in hope to find answers and others who are just as confused as me.
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