Castle Nathria Ending Cinematic (Spoilers)
08/12/2020 à 20:34
After defeating Sire Denathrius in Castle Nathria, turning in the quest Redemption for the Redeemer triggers an in-game cinematic! Thanks to Squishei and <Might> for rushing through Normal Castle Nathria to find this cinematic for us.
Sire Denathrius Strategy Guide
Castle Nathria Ending Dialogue
Upon his defeat, Remornia saves Denathrius, binding his essence inside the sword:
Remornia: This is not the end, Master! Let me preserve you!
Draven: The blade has drawn in his essence!
Remornia: Zovaal shall restore you, Master! We will have vengeance!
Prince Renathal: No. Denathrius will answer for his betrayal.
Remornia: Treacherous Prince! I will skewer you! Slice you! Slash you! Vivisect you! Cut ribbons from your--
Prince Renathal: We've all heard quite enough from you!
Draven: If that sword truly holds the Sire's essence, I fear your spells alone cannot keep his power contained.
Prince Renathal: True. But I know something that can. We will bring the blade to Sinfall. The naaru that the mortals rescued, Z'rali, has pledged to aid our cause.
Prince Renathal: For too long, Denathrius used the Light as a weapon against our people in the Ember Ward. Now, it will be used to bind him.
Draven: A fitting fate for one so prideful. He will watch helplessly as we restore Revendreth and thwart the Jailer's schemes.
Prince Renathal: Yes, my friend. Together with these mortals we will claim victory.
Castle Nathria Ending Cinematic
We deliver this blade to General Draven and Z'rali in
La rédemption du Rédempteur
Denathrius once served a noble cause. His charismatic leadership and understanding of the dark desires were instrumental in the redemption of more souls than your world has known.
Perhaps in time, he could be this again, if the right lessons were to remind him of his true purpose.
Turning in this quest triggers a special in-game cinematic! Here, the essence of Sire Denathrius, trapped in Remornia, is bound and tortured by the power of Light.
Prince Renathal: You were ever fond of saying that the venthyr do not destroy. We educate.
Prince Renathal: It is time you were reminded of Revendreth's noble purpose.
Z'rali: Shall we begin?
Sire Denathrius: You cannot bind me here!
Sire Denathrius: I am eternal!
Sire Denathrius: I am your MASTER!
Sire Denathrius: I... AM... REVENDRETH!
Prince Renathal: Remember this lesson.
Prince Renathal hopes that Denathrius has learned his lesson, a throwback to the Revendreth quest cinematic where Denathrius bested Renathal and revealed his hoard of anima.
Revendreth Zone GuideStory and Quests of Revendreth
Prince Renathal's Reaction
After the cinematic plays, you can talk to Prince Renathal who is surprisingly optimistic about Sire Denathrius' rehabilitation. While it might take
, it's notable that Renathal thinks Denathrius even has a chance at redemption!
Renathal was the first venthyr created by Denathrius, viewing him as a father. However he suspected Sire Denathrius was behind the anima shortage and led the initial Venthyr rebellion, which led to his imprisonment in the Maw before the events of Revendreth.
It will take time. Time the likes of which your kind have yet to measure.
But in that time, I see my oldest friend, my closest confidant, and my greatest Master stepping forth from this pinnacle of lecture, his true purpose once again affirmed.
It will be interesting to see the role Denathrius plays in the future, as usually most first-raid bosses are killed off for good and he's still around and quite chatty. Plus we have the Jailer interested in the power of the Light with Anduin imprisoned, so it's reasonable to expect the Naaru to play a large part in the future story too. Let's hope that the Jailer doesn't send his forces to rescue Denathrius, after all Denathrius did to secure Anima for the Maw.
Z'rali the Naaru
And if you're wondering who Z'rali is, she is a Naaru with an unlikely home in the Shadowlands. Originally battling Denathrius' unnatural use of the Light in Revendreth, she was captured by the unseen ones and taken to Sanguine Depths until her rescue by the Venthyr Covenant. Now she resides in Dawnkeep, the part of Revendreth most filled with Light, too changed to return back to Azeroth.
As a result of her treatment at the hands of Denathrius, Z'rali too finds poetic justice against Sire Denathrius in this cinematic, imprisoning him just like he did to her. However, we've seen in the case of
that justice and vengeance can be easily mixed up, so let's hope that this plan doesn't backfire for Renathal and Z'rali too. The Naaru and the Light can be capable of zealotry, as we've seen in the Mag'har Orc recruitment scenario and Xe'ra during Shadows of Argus.
Home. It calls to me, mortal. And yet, I will never know its warmth again.
My kind would not perceive me as I was. They would see only an aberration. Fractured. Tainted by the touch of this realm's dark Master.
Now there is but one path before me. To ensure the Light is felt here. That justice is rendered. And that Death is made to know its place.
So here I remain. Bound by duty. Until my last flicker fades away.
Why are you in the Shadowlands?
We came seeking justice. Retribution. To answer an affront committed upon the Light itself.
Our numbers were vast. Uncountable. Every heart burning with righteous fury.
Many fell. But not before we unleashed a fire that our enemies could not endure. The seething scar of our vengeance still lingers in the firmament.
I lay broken on the battlefield. Until the unseen ones found me. Preserved me. To serve as a vessel for their Sire's rage.
But I endured. I knew the Light had a destiny. For me. And for your kind as well, mortal.
All things considered, the cinematic and dialogue is more than what we usually get from the end of the first raid, and it looks like Denathrius' story will continue in a future patch, so it's a promising start for Shadowlands!
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