I still live in hope for playable dragon classes, or a neutral race for all. Shapeshifting into a mount/travel form ala druids, or dps/tank forms etc, be nice to have another mail wearer as well to help balance loot distribution.We'll see!
Doesn't Zidormi return us to Pre-WoD Blasted Lands and Pre-Manabomb Theramore, too?Don't know what she says there though...Or is that a different Bronze Dragon?
Sargeras will be "purified" and we will lean on him for guidance to defeat Nzoth 3 expansions from now.
World of Warcraft - DragonbornWait no... been done already
Fus Roh DA!
Oh man I love reading this articles! so much to know and to see about everything! thanks for this! :D
Loved the questline in Azuna with the Blues back in Legion. Hoping for a lot more dragons to come! <3
Can we stop with the speculating over lore that is just used as an excuse for Island Expeditions and profession quests and as such will NEVER be used for anything relevant? This WoW team has basically taken a huge dump on everything cool the lore has by pushing it to mediocre side-stories.
I hope if they do something to help the Dragon Aspects that it involves the Glaive of the Aspects that was created and shattered into the Aspect Shards during the Third War, and were only mentioned in game by the fact that Highlord Kruul was looking for them, then they seem to have just been forgotten. The shards hold a little bit of the dragons original power and it may be enough to atleast return the dragons ability to lay eggs again.
People are forgetting about the Titans. THEY were the ones who created the Aspects, and infused them with their power. Alextrasza for example, we all know that Eonar was the one, Malygos was Norgannon... I think only the Titans themselves could repair or reestablish the Aspect's power back. Hell, we are in an Expansion where we are 'closer' to OUR own Titan, Azeroth, and even Aman'thul saw how powerful she/he could be, even more powerful than Sargeras or himself. Hell, the planet had not only one but many Old Gods attached to it (C'thuun, Yogg Saron, Y'shaarj, N'Zoth...) while Sargeras had to Obliterate planets with only one, and completely corrupted. Our planet still seems able to be healed up, and a thing we still don't know yet is if a Titan is born off a planet, the planet is destroyed or...? If yes, we could have the necessity to populate another planet (we've already been presented the planet-to-planet travelling stuff in Legion, and already knew about the Draenei from TBC). If not, then we could spare our planet while still giving birth to the latent Titan sleeping within it.What if Azeroth (the new Titan) could do the same as the Pantheon did eons ago, and could somehow infuse the Aspects (or new ones, who knows) with her power? Blizz has tons of lore to explore here and there, WoW can 'survive' at least 2 more decades of contet hehe.We all know how BfA is now, but we all know that the game can take really good turns, in terms of lore :D
This was a brilliant and rather interesting read! I love the dragon isle speculation, I do wonder whether it can give the flights back their powers
World of Warcraft: The Dragon War
The article refers to a lot of actions taken by N'Zoth prior to BfA. Has this been retconned in or is the source of that info outside of the game? I don't remember him being mentioned, even indirectly.
That's actually Nazjatar from the vanilla WoW concept art book.
I would love to see the Aspects and their Dragonflights continue on in the story/lore.Even drained of their titan gifts, they must still be extremely powerful (after all, for Xavius to spend a full zone of Legion corrupting Ysera, she must still be pivotal).-There is a ton of novel-specific lore regarding them, but in-game we haven't seen much of them lately. -One thing I'd like to see more on is how all these powerful beings relate to each other, both in status/power, but also relations: Titans, Loa, August Celestials, Dragon Aspects, etc.-We all know they are powerful and revered, but.. how do they rank in comparison? Do they even know about each others' existence? Who's allowed to directly interefere, and who has to stick to being mere guides? Why aren't they all helping each other in times of crises? None of them are truly immortal, as we've seen, so I feel like they would all have a personal stake in the conflict.