The raven god is Anzu not Terrok. In Evergrove they say there is a difference.-- 21:59, 13 July 2007 (UTC)
- Are you speaking of the 'Prophecy of the Raven God' or the phrase "Terokk is the god of the arakkoa"? Both were imported to this page from the arakkoa one by you ;)
About the prophecy, true, this probably refers to Anzu (I already figured back when they announced druid epic flight form that the arakkoa/that prophecy could have something to do with it, but also thought it was Terokk) so, one might move that info to Anzu.
About Terokk being the or a god of the arakkoa, he is at least the spiritual leader of the arakkoa, and has vast powers, so he could be called the god of the arakkoa in the way the gronn are the 'ogre gods'. Anzu, on the other head, is the 'raven god', which sounds like a general bird god, or demigod (just noticed, Terokk is in the demigod category, might add Anzu, too)
Well, in total, both are gods to the arakkoa, but Terokk has a specific leader role for them.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Nathanyel (talk • contr).
Picture of Terokk Edit
Why is there no actual picture of Terokk? His avatar doesn't cut it.--Geoffron 04:29, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
Since this figurine drops off of terokk and turns you into an arrakoa, cpuld it be possible that he wasn't an arrakoa, but something else, disguising itself as an arrakoa to control the skettis? --Sheffi (talk) 21:46, May 26, 2010 (UTC)
- Unlikely, nothing (else) hints that he wasn't a normal Arakkoa before he became their hero and later a (demi)god. Also, the bosses in Magister's Terrace drop , two of them are Blood Elves, and most likely not other beings in disguise. It's just a vanity item. ~ Nathanyel (talk) 09:59, May 27, 2010 (UTC)