This is way too much foresight and complex a story for Blizzard to write.
i Mean Nzoth can read minds... and he did read our mind in the past to set up for the blade in the future.. It makes 100% sense.. Chromie screwed us
I still have His Eye Upon You sitting in the log of my main. Quietly waiting for our real overlord to make a grand comeback! 😈😈
So N'zoth escape like Gul'dan? You know, when he uses the alternate Draenor's Dark Portal, so, N'zoth seeps between us, Chromie, and Eternus when we came back to present, but ¿how? It teleport his body to Void and his soul/esence, whatever, in our minds or in the dragons? Nah, man, is just incongruous in that way. Is difficult for Danuser use a simple idea? Like, N'zoth died in his Ny'alotha's dream and his body is untouched, so needs recover his power to come back. N'zoth works in that way, not need timeline travel to come back.
I'm okay with this. N'Zoth got so much build-up since Cataclysm and it ultimately ended up feeling like it went to waste with BfA. He deserves way better than what he got.Plus Darin De Paul's ASMR-esque voice acting for him is always nice to listen to.
You can't avoid fate so no, Check mate
Why r we just thinking bout Nzoth though? All the other Old Gods were there and must’ve thought the same as Nzoth and so far nothings really happened with the rest of them.Also while our presence narrows down the amount of futures to choose from there are still a lot of futures for them to choose from and therefore they still don’t know 100% what will happen.
There have been some strong hints so far that Iridikron is the type to enter into a pact with an entity such as N'zoth.I'm not remotely well-versed in the lore but I've been saying for a while now that I think something Old God-esque will be involved in the end of Dragonflight from the hints being dropped so far. Excited to see where things go :D
Oh I think you guys are way overthinking this. There is no way this game’s writers would ever go that deep. Still, it’s fun to speculate I suppose.
OMG, people need to let it go. N'Zoth is dead.
So something to ponder:The Void see's all paths and considers all of them valid.The Light see's one path and considers any deviations to be false. N'zoth see's all paths before. But reading our minds makes him see the one true path in time that will occur.N'zoth then follows that one path while eschewing all others. But in doing so, he would be following the Light on their one true path. Thus N'zoth would essentially become a being of Light and open the possibilities of followers of the Void to embrace the Light. * many many many hours later *And that's how we will get Tuskar's of the Black Empire as our next expansion, featuring gnolll tinkerers as the new race and class!
"Knowing Presence whispers: Her dreams sing beneath the surface. Our dreams. Our song.""Magni Bronzebeard says: Today, at long last, she's free from the grasp o' the Old Gods. Her song rings clear and strong throughout this chamber."These quotes.. to me, combined with the titan and primalist lore and quotes from primalist mobs thus far, suggest to me that, Azeroth was an old god turned into a titan by the titans.
I'm fine with N'zoth coming back as long as they don't turn him into a Jailer. Meaning he is the uber powerful all knowing cannot be beatin, saying the same 4 voicelines the whole Xpack and then we somehow just kill him. I hope this develops into something cool.Maybe even we don't have to kill him again, while fighting the void lords he's just crushed and killed like an ant to show how powerful the void lords are.
And we have all these theorists who help Blizzard write their stories for them.Obviously the Blizzard writers have not thought of the implications of travelling back to the Black Empire. All they thought was that it would be "cool" to re-visit some old places -- and that it's much cheaper to re-use old locations because Nya'lotha is pretty much the only place that looked the same from long time ago and the present.If you think about it this way, you will know that the Blizzard writers are not as deep as you think. They are more practical than anything.Remember Sargeras's sword in Silithus? That's obviously been forgotten by the writers for the past 4 years. The joy by Magni after N'Zoth's death was particularly weird, because Azeroth (the Titan baby) is nowhere near good health, as she is still impaled by the sword.
I love how everyone takes the words of the old gods as being true when they are LITERAL BEINGS OF CHAOS. Lies are like breathing for them.Plus, they're gods. You don't kill them, you just make them take a nap. They can come back whenever the plot demands it.
So much cynicism towards the ability of the writers - ("Blizzard writers", as if that was some unchanging, monolithic entity)... you guys ever go outside?