Aww, that's sweet!Even if his soul probably just becomes anima by now, like Ursoc, but at least Ner'zhul finds peace of sorts in his last moments.
Poor guy. We've always faced him as an enemy, but he's really had one of the roughest deals in the lore. Glad he'll finally get peace, even if it is oblivion
I've always wondered what that Draenei Cult of the Damned member thought of him or even asked him about the Draenei
MU Ner'zhul was a leader who was a little arrogant, but mostly benevolent, and later became evil, but genuinely tried (and failed) to redeem himself. He also played a small role in helping fulfill the Doomhammer prophecy.AU Ner'zhul was such a gross character assassination. But WoD lore was largely trash, so I guess that's typical.I really hope they do him justice here and don't follow in WoD's footsteps.
I didn't realize that Wowhead made front page news posts with lore spoilers in the title. Is there any way to filter these out?
Of the many wc/wow characters I was hoping would come back and from whom we haven't explored enough nor been granted enough time for actual development and full potential, Ner'Zul is one of them. It feels empty that our first encounter with him in along time is brief and reveals nothing of past or present, it all feels so empty. Plus, he knows there's nothing after death 1 so he shouldn't have said that -only makes it extra sad for him that he knows there's nothing else yet chose to try to come home to his mate -delusional. He is a victim and so was ursoc. Overused and convolution is one thing but deciding no more ursoc or ner'zul, among others, are disheartening choices and make me think these decisions of a character's finality is from those who don't fully understand them (probably because these characters are older than some of the creators and don't know how special they are nor how to use them properly) nor what they could bring. I'm fine with death 2 but not for a way to remove characters (that haven't served their full purpose yet.) This isn't the walking dead (well it is, but you know what I mean.) I hope Sylvanas breaks the wheel and rids existence of death, or at lest this iteration of the concept and rules that decides for us that we must die and must move on and and so on. I'm sick of being captive to reality's rules. We shouldn't let reality decide for us what happens to us. Enough.
I always though nerzul got the short end of the stick. Everything he did (before becoming the litch king) was because he thought it was saving his people. In the end if not for him the frostwolf would have taken the blood of mannorath.
The way he says that suggests there's something after the Maw. Somewhere you become a venerated spirit for Orcs (and possibly other races). Isn't the whole point of SL that it's the final destination? Nothing after?
Goddamn, Ner'zhul got it rough from start to finish. If it's this bad for him, I wonder what punishment the Jailer gave to Arthas.Speaking of rough, Wowhead really needs an ignore feature for the comment section.
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Anyway, I feel so bad for Ner'Zhul. Dude gets screwed over by Gul'dan, fails to find a new place for his people more than once, gets caught by KJ when trying to escape VIA opening portals with the Scepter of Sargeras, gets killed then tortured for 10 years, is made into the LK, screws over Zovaal and the Deceiver (And by extent, the Dark Titan) only to get screwed over by Arthas soon after, his soul gets mostly evaporated due to Arthas' BS, and THEN THE DK PLAYERS screw most of the remnants of his soul within the Shards of Frostmourne, Sylvanas %^&*s over the remnants of Ner'Zhul within the Helm of Domination, AND THEN...ON TOP OF THAT, we have the last remnant of Ner'zhul trapped within Torghast, getting so messed up by Zovaal, that he's literally crying in pain, agony, and sorrow everytime he speaks. Pretty sure he also remembers us too, which is only adding salt on the poor Orc's wound. :(Ner'zhul is literally WoW's definition of a "tragedy" :'(