Here's my question: where the Fel did Sargeras get that physical body?
This is good stuff. Too bad this Battle for Azeroth doesn't have anything to do with what just transpire in my opinion.
Argus is a red dot? Did it get destroyed or something in the raid?
i want to know what the hell happened to maiev, really sad to seing her gone and not saying a word about illidan.
Well if you'll note, the titans gave him one, by pulling him out of the clouds. He became corporial. I wish we'd get closure and watch Illidan defeat Sargeras. I'm gonna miss Illidan.
The Horde v. Alliance conflict seems so insignificant when looking at worlds corrupted by Void Lords, Old Gods being thrown through space, and entire planets destroyed.On a side note, this got me even more excited about the Infinity Wars trailer. Or maybe the Infinity Wars trailer got me excited about this. idk. I'm just excited.
Here's something to think about: will Sargeras remain imprisoned forever? Will he break out, or will someone set him free? No prison lasts forever. He may have been written out of the story only to return again in the future. Maybe things will get so desperate that we will need his help against the Void.
Honestly, there isn't much to analyze. Legion's ending just shows that Blizzard still doesn't take storytelling seriously and can't be bothered to hire real writers with talent to create a cohesive and meaningful story. They rely on beautiful cinematics and epic music to create emotion and hope that people are blinded by that so they don't see how absurd and shallow the narrative really is. The whole of Legion was a handful of barely connected and nearly incoherent paragraphs, half of which were aborted partway through, without a meaningful arc or climax, and which threw their existing backstory and lore out the window (even "new" canon like the stuff in Chronicles).The only thing missing to make Legion worse than Warlords is Velen yelling AZEROTH IS FREE! while suddenly being BFFs with Aggramar.
I love the part where people think this is the end, knowing 7.3.5 is coming up soon with a bunch of changes to leveling and new stories.Where do they think Azerite comes from?Obviously the planet had to be severely wounded. Then once we remove the sword and try to stop the bleeding, we can't trust the nasty Alliance with such nuclear level power. We need to grab it all. Then, you know, use it on them for being dbags. >:)
I enjoy reading posts about the lore and even the discussions between others in the comments. I’ve never read any of the books, but now I really think I should.