Shepherd “cloaked in the shadows of her past” ... I’m guessing Azshara returning in NElf form and gaining a cult.
anduin is a doll of old gods
Sylvanas would be "cloaked in the shadows of her past", And feeding the crows could mean her knowingly sending Horde skirmishers to their doom to add to her ranks of undead, as she has indicated she would.
what if it was like a telltale game and if we choose in a quest or something to kill an injured player while they are dying from an elite or something you get consequences like the void/old gods/azshara gets a headstart and we have to fight really hard but if you choose to help them kill the elite than you end up having that "player" as a bodyguard and you find the problem sooner because the two of you didnt battle and instead paid attention to the more important things loljust a thought haha
Personally I feel Anduin is a pawn to the old gods (boy-king). Azshara does a bit of meddling, maybe causes the fire of Teldrassil as a distraction, and I believe all the old gods are going to get reawakened by N’zoth, because we have been too focused on a petty faction war.
"It's been too long since I was drowned" seems to refer to the "To find Him, drown yourself in the circle of stars".And it's definitely referring back to the lying Boy-King. Very interesting.A lot of other things is much less clear. I wonder what it'll all mean...
Shadows. Black. Ravens/Crows. Darkness.Blade of the BLACK EMPIRE Nah, nope, totally not related.
Remember: Il'gynoth's whispers are fake.
I really look forward for the continuation of that, it's getting so dark and so interesting!
Blizzard is playing us like fiddles. I'm amazed so many people believe insane people... Or prophecies.Should what Illidan did not remind you people prophecies are just empty words?
Anyone else think the "bound by a throne" line is more likely to be the new LK? The entry fits his Legion narrative almost to a T, but the 3 lies tie-in there goes to the boy-king, which doesn't sound like the LK at all. Theoretically it could be a metaphor for the fact that he is pretty new to being a functioning LK, but that seems like a stretch considering the earlier narrative makes him seem like a Chessmaster type, his key tactics being manipulation and only telling the DK PCs what he wants them to know. But supposedly bound by a throne, when in fact he is Boundless is the Legion LK narrative to a T.
Anduin's obviously not a bad guy (least not for the Alliance, sure the horde think otherwise), and we know he has a future from the comic they released pre legion. My guess is the lies are misinformation passed onto him that will lead up to the war.
Bound by a throne is possibly referenced to Sargeras himself,cause in the cinematic we see him pulled in the Pantheon and jailed in a sitting position where his throne supposed to be.
What if Sylvannas is the shepherd and the loyal sheep are the horde.What if she is planning to lose Horde soldiers to arise them as mighty val'kyrs as she has done before?An army of Undead Val'kyrs would be seriously strong to face every army that can be faced.Just saying.