Demon Hunter Argumentative Essay

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How have you chosen to title your lore modification?: Clarification on history and expanding on Demon Hunter knowledge.

What is your lore application doing?: This change would expand on the lore behind The Dark Embrace and Demon Hunters as a whole.

Illidan Stormrage became an icon during the War of the Ancients and then on through history. A powerful sorcerer and skilled warrior; he was gifted talents to best demons by The Dark Titan himself. His influence and name spread like fire as the first Demon Hunter came into conception, but we all know his story.

"Later, a group of night elves, inspired by Illidan's example, made a pact to turn the Burning Legion's powers against it, fighting destruction with destruction. Obviously they could not gain their powers in the same way Illidan did, but they discovered other means. In the millennia since, other night elves, and a few creatures of other races, have made the same pact, binding demonic essence in their bodies and using it to destroy the Legion's minions." The Dark Embrace
"We are bound by a Pact to fight and defend a world that hates us. -- Unknown Hunter"

Conception and Pre-History: The shadow of the Legion began to loom over the pangea of land that was Kalimdor; Sargeras had
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Since the path of a Demon Hunter was bound in the mind of a man, who at this point was chained in a dark Burrow, and only a few others it'd make sense for the information to be written down. Telarius was chosen to write down the vile rituals, dark words, and process on becoming a full-fledged Hunter. Seeing as they couldn't rise to power like their master, Telarius delved into the void for even darker means. His sanity was fleeting at the end of the ritual, but he did not return empty handed. With the teachings of Illidan and the new found secrets from the Void, Telarius had all he needed to forge one of the most sinister documents in

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