#mana out for cenarion hold
So here is my prediction. The sword of Sargeras is actually what causes the world tree to die and in turn go up in flames. Sylvanas just happened to have been there trying to communicate with her sister. Her sister then tells the Alliance Sylvanas burned the world tree, which leads to the battle of Tirisfal Glades.
Seems that the moment Sargeras stabs Azeroth with his sword in the right hand,the other hand is placed on Azeroth,possibly on the middle East of Eastern Kingdoms as i could figure out.Anyone who has already defeat Argus by now can go check the Eastern Kingdoms so we can see if there is any revamp or a broken area or something?
Ok... an impact like that would have destroyed so much more than what they show. Kalimdor should be beyond @#$%ed at this point.
Battle for Azeroth is probably gonna be pretty good but looking at that Kadgar dialogue reminds me that we’re pretty much going straight from a “everybody band together for the good of the world” expansion to a faction war while our world is grievously wounded. Its all rather jarring.
I SAID AZEROTH IS ON THE VERGE OF RECOVERING! Don't you realize that. Azeroth is on the verge of recovering!
You can see what argus looks like afterwards in the mulgore screenshot, it's the little red rift.
I hope we do not lose our artifacts by destroying his sword... I really like that the sword is there but I feel that it is corrupting the planet or something, so we will have to destroy it with our artifacts... please can we have the sword be there? I already miss Argus in the sky but I'll take the sword as a reminder of the legion expaction :)
Watching the Twitch live stream from <Cute Anime Girls>, there was NO flightpath to Silithus.
Also continues to amaze me how different the audience comes across here vs. MMOC. MMOC crowd instantly turns to, "This is what Blizzard did. How can we hate this more than is rationally possible?"
RIP Calandrath... I will always remember your smoked desert dumplings. :(
...Well, Sargeras really must had hated Druids.
I'm getting some serious Super Mario RPG vibes here.