Shouldn't Nasus and Azir be on the same side?

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Alchemy Rage

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3 Days Ago

The wiki lists them as rivals, but Nasus was a major protector of Shurima, and Azir is the emperor?


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Sharjo

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3 Days Ago

Don't take the word of the wiki right now. We don't know enough stuff yet.


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Foolish Lantern

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3 Days Ago

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sharjo View Post
Don't take the word of the wiki right now. We don't know enough stuff yet.
Exactly.


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MonstersInc87

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3 Days Ago

Where does Malzahar fit in all this? He was born in Shurima?


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Melancholy Exile

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3 Days Ago

Quote:
Nasus:
"Perhaps Shurima was meant to fall."
"Shurima is not of this time."
"Some things must remain buried."


Azir:
"Shurima will once again stretch to the horizon."
"I will return Shurima to greatness."
"There is no future without Shurima."
"We will unearth what has been lost."
"Who denies our right to rule?"
Azir seems to have an absolute belief that it is his divine right to restore Shurima to its place as the foremost kingdom in all Valoran, while Nasus appears to have not only come to terms with its fall but to acknowledge that the Shurima of old has no place in the present. They're natural enemies because Azir is seemingly incapable of accepting a viewpoint that differs from his own and is willing to destroy anyone who stands in the way of what he considers the only possible future.

Death is part of a cycle and Azir wants to defy that cycle.