Very comprehensive article, I can't wait to see what comes of all the whispers. One thing to point out, Sylvanas says "little lion" to Anduin, not "little lamb".
Ugh, again the theory about how "Void is fearing undeath" and Sylvanas is our lord and savior when old god forces use undead, There's forsaken working for the twilight hammer, we learn in Uldir that the old god corruption passively reanimate dead tissues, Umbric raise a bunch of ravasaurs and a diablosaur through the void and old gods forces are strongly hinted to be the one manipulating the horde into naming Sylvanas warchief, Sylvanas that shows interest in using old gods artifacts as weapon against the Alliance and that we know doesn't care about the horde nor about the forsaken. That whole theory only came to life because people were desperate to prove that their favorite character wasn't an evil lich-queen.
Her third death - Sylvanas? She died twice atm, doesnt she?
Sylvanas already died 3 times, first by arthas, second by suicide then by lord godfrey, so it's not her unless blizzard forget about the lore ( like we are getting used to )
“The fall of night reveals her true face. She will bring only ruin.“ most likely references Elune more so than Tyrande.With the Night Warrior ritual, Elune has undergone her own transformation, as seen in Darkshore.It’s possible that Tyrande has inadvertently ‘corrupted’ Elune.
"I stand, the lion before the lamb. And they do not fear. They Cannot fear"-last thing the Lich King says before the cinematic....myserious, isnt it?
This is really really interesting, great read! It makes me wonder what is going to happen
Well...you should watch the video Theory about those whispers from Pyromancer too! just saying!
I just hope we will get really into fight with Nzoth or something, these hints are ingame so long and reading something about it every expansion is getting boring
And if N'zoth managed to "contaminate" the minds of the inhabitants of Azeroth through the fish?It would be very far-fetched, I know, but it reminds me of the contaminated grains of the plague to destroy Stratholme.
People put way too much weight into these random things. Especially since we are talking about writers who flat-out stated that they forgot about the Vindicaar during the War of the Thorns, because it wouldn't fit into their narrative.