Infinite Dragonflight Story Continues in Dragonflight’s Revamped Uldaman (Story Spoilers)
Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr is one of the dungeons that will be available in Dragonflight. A reworked version of Uldaman, this dungeon travels through the hidden halls of the Vault of Tyr, and through the dungeon we deal with an Infinite Dragonflight invasion. In this post, we go through this invasion and what it could mean!
WARNING: DRAGONFLIGHT STORY SPOILERS AHEAD!
After the fourth boss of the dungeon, Emberon, we are surprised by an Infinite Dragonflight invasion, led by Chrono-Lord Deios. Deios is seeking a disc held within Tyr's Chambers in the dungeon, and we're forced to clear through waves of Infinite Dragonflight grunts while attempting to reach Deios. Deios mentions that the disc contains the secret ot the Dragon Aspects regaining their power.
Unfortunately, we are too late to reach the central part of Tyr's Chamber, as Deios succeeds in destroying the disc stored there. Deios is able to escape at the end of the fight, stunning the party and fleeing through a time portal while gloating at us.
First meeting Deios:
Chrono-Lord Deios: What have we here? Alexstrasza's lapdogs, I suspect.
Chrono-Lord Deios: I fear I will have to deny your Queen your prize. The disc you seek will be mine!
Before the fight with Deios:
Chrono-Lord Deios: The disc may hold the secret to the Aspects regaining their power... and we cannot allow that to happen.
Chrono-Lord Deios: Now the disc is lost to time. Just as you are about to be.
After defeating Deios:
Chrono-Lord Deios: Your efforts are impressive... but in vain.
Chrono-Lord Deios: The timelines are convering. There will be only one Aspect... and Murozond shall be... Infinite!
This is not the first time we encounter Murozond: We face him at the end of the End Time instance in Cataclysm. The End Time shows us one of the possibilities of Azeroth's future, had we failed to defeat Deathwing. Murozond is not only the lord of the Infinite Dragonflight, but a maddened version of Nozdormu, the Aspect of Time.
When Murozond is defeated in End Time, Nozdormu does warn us that although we were able to close the time loop that time, he would eventually fall into madness once again, and he would require to be defeated once more.
Murozond: You know not what you have done. Aman'Thul... What I... have... seen...
Nozdormu: At last it has come to pass. The moment of my demise. The loop is closed. My future self will cause no more harm.
Nozdormu: Still, in time, I will... fall to madness. And you, heroes... will vanquish me. The cycle will repeat. So it goes.
Nozdormu: What matters is that Azeroth did not fall; that we survived to fight another day.
Nozdormu turns away from where Murozond died and looks up at the Hourglass of Time.
Nozdormu says: All that matters... is this moment.
The Infinite Dragonflight is clearly attempting to make Murozond happen once more. As Dragonflight is an expansion without a clear big bad, it is to be expected to see Nozdormu changing again at some point. Do you think Murozond might be the final boss of the expansion? Or will see an even bigger baddie as the expansion progresses?
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