N'zoth is just a fish. CONFIRMED!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/World-Warcraft-2019-Square-Calendar/dp/1465078428/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1531403156&sr=8-1&keywords=world+of+warcraft+calendar+2019UK Amazon link for Brits.Sincerely, someone who lives in the UK.
Well that's cool.Now gimme those animated shorts! XD
isn;t obvious? sylvanas is pure evil. she is about to rule the world like arthas and garrosh were meant to before.
Blizzard: We are going to Zandalar. The oldest city in Azeroth and origin of troll culture. So..Moar sylvanaz stuff guyz!111!
I was wondering if we would get any. They always get me hyped up for the expansion, the Gul'Dan one told so much about the character in mere minutes. Can't wait to see them.
Azshara was an evil character that was implied to be there for years and years... but we never really learned what she was doing, why and to what ends. Every time Naga appeared, it seemed to always be rather random and not part of any overarching scheme.Like for example, in the War of the Ancients, it was hinted that Azshara was meant to be almost as powerful as Sargeras himself, or at least way more powerful than any other being at that time on Azeroth. And that was before her corruption by the Old Gods. And that story explicitly stated that Azshara's ambition was to marry Sargeras. That's rather a big thing, isn't it? Then in Burning Crusade, we get Lady Vashj, who was meant to be Azshara's right hand... but she somehow seems to act completely on her own and this goes nowhere. And again later when we get an expansion about the Burning Legion returning, and even have multiple Naga NPCs around the Tomb of Sargeras and even inside the instance... we don't really get anything about the Azshara's connection to Sargeras. And it's even more strange than just "she was mysteriously missing"... because she was actually not. She appeared in Azsuna... But that was it. She just appeared. With barely any story about her except her getting some powerful Mc-Guffin for some reason, then failing to keep it as we retrieve it from her servants... and then she is never mentioned again.I am not certain they can make her story to explain this in any other way than: "It was not my expansion yet." Especially since this expansion is meant to be focused on Horde being very bad and Alliance teaching them a lesson. So I doubt that there will be enough storytelling power behind Azshara. Unless it will be a cheap cop-out like: "Azshara made Horde and Alliance fight! Go corruption story!"But I will be gladly proven wrong.
...I thought it was Alleria in November. =/As a fan of Jaina, I'm happy to see her back to the lore as a important character, even out of the Kirin Tor. :DAnd in my opinion, Sylvanas is doing some "wrong" choices and things since Trommheim, but she is FAR WAY from Garrosh. Can't wait to see more about the tree sisters. :)I play both facctions (much more Ally), but I knew the game since Warcraft 1. The Horde never was "bad". We had (and have) bad people in Horde and in Alliance. Personally, I have never be able to say "oh, this facction is the good guy and the other is the bad".anyway... GIMME THE SHORTS. NOW
Nat Pagle: N'zoth Hunter
N'Zoth being a fish or not... After this post, Blizzard better at least make a joke about it in-game.Excited to see what's to come, even though lore in BFA seems a little out of place right now. Here's hoping for it to not be another Warlords of Draenor.
Who's the guy on the tree?
The new crown is actually the head of N'zoth biting on her head, meaning that she's being possessed by N'zoth.Sylvanas will also raise Naz'jatar since it was datamined as a map, raising Naz'jatar is the main quest of Azshara.