I don't know what it is but I still have trouble taking the Djaradin seriously compared to say the Gronn. They say they're the ultimate dragon killers but we don't see them kill any dragons despite having both magic and technology far beyond what the gronn did. Meanwhile in game you can see black dragon corpses impaled on spikes around Gruul's territory. I get that the theme of the expansion is a lower power level but they really should've done a better job of making Djaradin feel threatening, because apparently these guys were capable of hunting dragons in their prime, and yet in game we see them only manage a victory against one town that had been out of practice for who knows how long, and primarily had whelps, and didn't even include any drakes, let alone adult dragons.The obsidian citadel is taken without a single dragon dying. Why didn't they include some red shirts to help reflect these guys mean business?
Tarjin is the only Djaradin with any sense of intelligence that we've encountered, and even then he talks big when he's literally nothing. You killed one dragon, and it took you days? AHAHAHAHAHA. Though, I feel really bad for the black dragonflight since they genuinely struggle with handling these bozos. They have enough problems, and budget Vrykul with gorilla arms don't need to be one of em.
Gotta remember the Djaradins been asleep for 10k years so the dragons they may have killed in their primes are dust scattered throughout Azeroth, they may have awaken but times have changed n now they may have started back killing dragons but now they have the forces of Horde n Ally fighting along side the aspects but I do hope we get a raid with some major ones
Gaining the power of fire and earth.... i wonder if this was neltharion's power bargained away for old god power, bargained back to djaradin?Also, they look like precursor to magnataur.Dwarf like in proportions... idk i feel like im missing a link
I can only imagine they'll be a bigger factor in patch 10.1, as it's odd for Blizzard to create a new race for an expansion and call them "ancient enemies of the dragons" if they get barely three subzones in the continent
I think the half-giant is dead in the bottom of the spider pit in the vault. There is a storm-watcher type giant body down there.
Like, why should I care about dragon killer when we are there to HELP DRAGONS? Should be an option to just kill him like the rest of djaradins
I think Alliance is better than Horde.
Wait, so in beta people were upset that the Djaradin were too "savage" and that was somehow problematicand now in retail people are upset the Djaradin aren't savage enough?Does anything make you people happy?
We will go underground and the Warlord, the blind queen with a scepter of bone, will bring forth doom from the depths. Long have the whispers filled the minds of those who dwell deep in the earth, long have their words battered the defenses of those who have weak minds. Fear the deep recesses of Azeroth for only mad things walk there. And they are about to be unleashed...
I know it's my own fault for checking this article but I guess I was wanting to see how many more tales I needed to go but I wish they labeled this with a story spoiler at the top.
The djaradin are the epitome of all bark and no bite. They get upset that the Aspects have our assistance but literally have a pact with the Primalists. Neltharion using his abilities is "cowardice" but the djaradin invading Neltharus when it is abandoned isn't. We kill them en masse and they say "you're just killing the weak among us." The neutral djaradin you find around the waking shore are insufferable. Like there's a group that goes, "Come put your feet in the lava vents here and relax with us. Actually, never mind. You won't do it because you're weak, go away." You don't even take damage from this area they are putting their feet in so why wouldn't we do exactly that? Why even spend the energy trying to belittle "insignificant" beings? Frankly, I'm surprised there isn't a unique dialogue option for that group if you do go into the vent area where they say something like, "You're just lucky our feet cooled it down for you. It's wasn't even that hot anyway." They constantly go on and on about how we aren't a threat to them but they struggle to hold ground against us. Their behavior isn't shooing us like flies as though we are inconsequential to them, it's more like insecurity. Their bluster is them trying to convince themselves that they're way better than us. The djaradin? More like the cope-din
I wonder still if they are in fact Vrykul modified by Odyn because Odyn was so pissed off about the aspects and the dragons. It would not surprise me if he set them on the path to kill the dragons.