Lothraxion was my favorite character from Legion. I'll be sad if they make him evil.
Wow, this is a big one. I tend to agree that the author is likely a dreadlord, but maybe his direct master is not the Jailer? The Jailer doesn't seem to be 'exploting desires', he seems to prefer just crushing faces, so I think the author answers to Denathrius (who's an ally of the Jailer still), fits really well.I don't think it's Lothraxxion, and I don't think the latter will be a traitor of the Light, he does seem pretty devoted. Perhaps the dreadlords underestimate the degree of his change, and he will remain a true Light's champion (unexpected to them).I also think the article would be so much better if you put the book text BEFORE your speculation, we really are not so dumb that we cannot read it. Players who are not interested in the lore probably wouldn't read it still, while those who do would likely prefer to see the source first.
Finally some food to eat! Dworfs need food!Anyway still no info about Elune. Also does that means that there must be a Life realm with some Nature Panteon?
Will we Scooby gang and reveal that it was Jaina all along? Dibs on pulling the mask off.
This gonna be good.
Elune is Elune.
I'm most intrigued by who the double agent for Life is. My gut instinct immediately went to Ysera gaining the trust of the Winter Queen, but I have no idea how Ysera could be linked to the dreadlords. Are there any other friendly folks in Ardenweald who seem... suspicious?
Amazing. It's incredible to see that, after all these years, simple books in the game still have the power to possibly foreshadow the happenings of not only an expansion, but also a multi-year story arc No matter if the main story will pick up on this - it's still incredibly well written looking at the history and the general behavior of the Nathrezim
Well gg Shadowlands you've beat the story to death and started it's funeral procession."You thought it was _______, but it was me the Nathrezim all along!" is going to be laziest and least justifiable development of them all.Yes they've totally been doing 62D chess all this time and it's all been leading up to this guy who didn't exist less than 10 months ago. That's totally what they role has been in all instances they've been shown working for the Legion. /sWe heard you like betrayal so we put betrayers in your betrayers and after life betrayers.
Not usually a fan of these kind of deep-reaching recon feeling lore developments, but I've gotta admit, this makes me happy if it pans out like this.Dreadlords, their immortality and behind the scenes puppeting has always been enjoyable - especially when they had the blame placed on them for breaking Sargeras. I was sad when they seemed to all kick the bucket in Legion and Sargeras' fall was twisted to not be on them, it'll be entertaining if we find out that their plans continue or, potentially, that some of the "demons" that perma-died because we killed them in the twisting nether didn't die at all because Nethrazim aren't really demons but are something else entirely.
This is sick, I can't wait to investigate this further.
now that's a lore bomb. Now they only need to make Dreadlord Jaina canon, possibly with the model from HotS. One can dream.
Oh, this is very exciting! I love this! So, my observations, thoughts, and questions...