Have you seen this "Ogmot's Dream Journal"
This can be a spoiler for next content.End of Time dungeon referencing to Battle For Azeroth!End of Time bosses : Tyrande, Baine, Sylvannas, Jaina and Murozond..Check all tips : https://www.wowhead.com/end-timeTyrande (Emerald Dragonshrine) : "Enveloped in a perpetual midnight, she has all but lost sight of the comforting light of Elune."Jaina (Azure Dragonshrine) : Warbringer referencing to Echo of Jaina.Sylvannas (Ruby Dragonshrine) : "Having lost everything and unable to find peace, this tormented echo aches for a chance to unleash her dark fury at anything still living within these barren, time-twisted wastes." and one more tip. Look at this map. Did you see the Tree? (https://quickdungeon.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/end-time-dungeon-map3.jpg)Event order : Emerald Dragonshrine prefering : Teldrassil (Tyrande was in Night Warrior ritual).Azure Dragonshrine prefering : Jaina's AngerRuby Dragonshrine prefering : Sylvannas in 8.2.5 (Toy soldiers in tin plate.) Revenge of Death!Obsidian Dragonshrine prefering : Wrathion in 8.3 patch.But still i cant found "Bronze Dragonshrine". Nozdormu was corrupted from a Old-God (End of Time). Was he corrupted? If he was corrupted, he can change the time-line for N'zoth. A old-god couldn't died easily. He released from chains.We must find Nozdormu for answers.https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/wowwiki/images/7/7c/WorldMap-EndTime.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20111208171500By the way, "Deaths of Chromie" too prefering to BfA content ;"With its defeat (Azshara), the dreadlord reveals himself , telling his master that he only needs a clear shot."Does it look familiar?Whatever.. My guess for next content : Aspects , Bronze Dragons..
I really hate Blizzard tries to make every 'prophecy' from the Old Gods real. They are not supposed to be. If anything, Old God whispers are like a kid throwing mud to a target without aim, hoping it will stick. And from time to time, it hits by the sheer volume.Void sees all possibilities as 'true' but that doesn't mean the prophecy and possibility they spew in the whispers have to be in our timeline.But let's say Blizzard is determined to make all these prophecies real, why do we have to keep waiting and doing nothing while the damn things become real over and over?I swear, our characters might be the stupidest ones out there. Following Xal'atath to its resurrection and literally falling to her and N'zoth's trap was one of the stupidest things I have seen and we went through with it because 'plot demands it'.
I still think "eyes of green" is a literal reference to envy or greed, and that the "vassal of life" (as per the definition of vassal) is Calia Menethil. Especially given her current circumstances. Not that Calia herself could be the result of the treachery that Il'gynoth mentions, but it would be easy to lose sight of possible threats while feeding off the highs of a new potential legacy (ie. her mission to foster/lead the Forsaken). Some who choose to follow Calia may have other motivations or plans, easily disguised by the hope that Calia both offers and represents."The Light has struck a bargain with the enemy of all," I think is another more literal reference. We've now seen Light-touched undead a couple times, Calia being the most recent. Could this not be viewed as a direct reference to The Light making a bargain with Death? Even back towards the end of Legion we had inklings of The Light not being as straight-laced and wholesome in its machinations as we'd been led to believe.I also still believe that, "The cunning ones kneel before six masters, but serve only one," refers to the Forsaken still being a part of The Horde (who are now led by a council instead of a singular Warchief). Not sure if an exact list of council members has been mentioned, if not, I think it's safe to assume The Forsaken could still be devoted to Sylvanas--regardless of her blatant abandonment of them--though for the moment, they must kneel before "Six Masters" until they are reunited with their true Queen. Or... Calia...?Then again... maybe it refers to the actual Council of Six aka "The Six," aka "The High Council," that rules over Dalaran. Which, if we're talking about a return-to-story for the Lich King, could make sense.Last thoughts; If I remember correctly, Sylvanas only has three Val'kyr left. The other six died in Icecrown, Silverpine, Andorhal and Darkshore respectively. Doesn't make sense for the nine ravens to be about them. So, knowing this, part of me thinks the "ravens" refer to the Sentinels that Tyrande sends to hunt down Sylvanas at the end of the war campaign, as they all have one common goal/prize to appease their mistress. It says that "each seeks a prize," but that doesn't necessarily mean there are nine different prizes.The "blind queen," seems like Helya to me. Referencing "The Deep" and thinking of anyone else seems far too vague for even the Old Gods or at least void of any reasoning that would relate them to such a place, with the exception of Sylvanas, as the deep could just be a cryptic reference to that which is dead and buried. "Scepter of bone" could simply just be a scepter of death. Knaifu isn't exactly a scepter, nor is a scepter something I could see Sylvanas wielding any time soon, so I'm gonna go with Helya again. Not to mention she made a deal with Sylvanas. The "blind queen," could be Helya: blind to Sylvanas' true motives. When considering Valdemar's jest (referencing Helya) that we "can't kill death," (as OP states), and how adamant Sylvanas has been about avoiding her final death... well, I think you get where I'm going with this one....
Coming back here post-Shadowlands release and:"Six seats at the high table. Six mouths that hunger. One will consume all others."Oribos, Bastion, Maldraxxus, Ardenweald, Revendreth, Maw. Six "seats" at the high table (the most important of all realms in the Shadowlands), six realms that hunger for Anima. And the Maw is consuming them all.