The Death of Malorne Edit
- "As she tore through the carnage to her friend, thousands of demons were thrown in all directions with her paws and wings."
- Is it really appropriate to call him just a friend? :( - Erissia
- "Elune birthed Cenarius, but gave him up to Malorne because Cenarius was more a creature of the mortal world and could not be with her. Malorne, who had relations with both Elune and Ysera, knew that he could not properly care for his son, but Ysera's love was so great for Malorne that she took Cenarius as her own. Hence being his mother (or adoptive mother)."
Thats my reason for being a dummy - Erissia
- Because Ysera the Dreamer agreed to act as Cenarius' foster mother, she has often been mistaken for the demigod's true mother. As a result, there are also rumors that she and Malorne had a romantic relationship. However, such rumors are baseless, though Ysera had a deep affection and respect for the demigod. He was one of nature's mightiest champions and a frequent visitor to the Emerald Dream. In lore, the Warcraft Encyclopedia trumps all. -- (talk · contr) 23:02, 17 February 2007 (EST)
But another possibility could be that Ysera was in fact in love with Malorne, but the love was unrequited because Malorne already loved Elune. Ysera *could* have secretly keep a torch for Malorne without explicitly violating either the account in WotA or the Warcraft Encyclopedia. "Deep affection and respect" are bland enough terms that they could cover a lot... Djaevlenselv 21:36, 25 April 2007 (EDT)
About his deathEdit
The article says that they he and Archimonde battled for some time, but in the book they only fight for a few seconds before Archimonde kills him. I'd change it, but I want to make sure that it didn't come from an official source such as the Warcraft encyclopedia, since lore descriptions of the War of the Ancients aren't totally precise with the trilogy.
On another note, I'm not sure if it could be worked into the article, but I thought it might be nice to point out that he apparently had some camoflauge ability. Exact height isn't given in the books, but he's clearly a monsterous being, yet it seemed like he wasn't seen unless he wanted to be seen. Rhonin catches a glance of him before losing him, and he isn't mentioned in the fight with the Legion until Cenarius is in trouble. --Austin P 13:35, 30 June 2007 (UTC)
Taurens Hunting Malorne Edit
I added a new section to the Specualtion. I think that it is a perfectly viable and logically most believable theory that Malorne actually had no fear of the Tauren as danger to his life. The whole hunt was just a game for the demigod playing with mortals but when he came to the point that he had nowhere to run anymore he simply due to personal pride he could not accept defeat due to pride and even asked Elune for refuge as his only option to avoid defeat.