blizzard we all want see Mr. Bigglesworth in shadowland :D
I enjoy the story they are putting into this and the continuing build to uncover the plot however I don’t like the exclusivity of story behind different covenants. This was the same for WoD and legion and BFA where factions were given story that the other side never saw and it annoys me. It means I need a horde character and alliance as well as one in each covenant to be able to uncover the full story of the expansion.
Glad to see he survives the encounter and that they don't kill him off right away (I wouldn't mind if he pops up now and again to put a spoke in our wheel throughout the expansion, really).
Would be so great to see Kel*thuzad back to Azeroth, hope after shadowlands we get him back... and with no Lich King he would be free... to do what he wishes... he could even end up Joining the Forksane! just think about that...
I highly doubt Kel Thuzad held any contempt for his position in the scourge, man nearly died body shielding arthas against Sylvanas during wc3, when the lich king's hold over all of his minions was weakened. Man is in it for himself, the Forsaken would certainly not forgive him regardless.
I’ve posted this before but is anyone else wondering how Sylvanas is going to handle teaming up with Kel’Thuzad? She should have similar feelings towards him that Kael’Thas does, given that his rise as a lich is directly a result of the fall of Quel’Thalas.
my reaction to kel coming back as someone who played in vanilla is "How Many Times Do We Have To Teach You This Lesson, Old Man?"
Question is:How does the Night Fae campaign connect to this, if at all?Any hints towards these dastardly shenanigans or some related details? While the Kyrian certainly don't get to join in on much of the fun, poor Night Fae miss out on this potential intro to the future.Kinda felt the same in Legion with Emerald Nightmare. Sure we had a zone to go through but other than that it seemed like that story was, as expected, a Druid thing. Rest of us could just shrug and follow along.
He plans to break Arthas out of jail... I mean out of the maw.I'm calling this.
Redeeming Arthas would be stupid, but corruption of Uther would be awesome. Arthas the brat was his failure. He failed to raise him as a great paladin. Arthas had a dark heart for a long time and Uther is to blame for this.
I guess I'm just not visiting this site until Shadowlands because you can't stop spoiling names in titles.
Yas KT! Yas!