I never noticed they use Before and After Sargeras to represent both the Titans and the Legion
Really hope they make that color option into a puzzle or something. Be a lot of fun to put together and have displayed on a wall.
This version is the good one.I really like the colors.
These are beautiful mandalas. Reminds me of Buddhist prints. I want one to frame.
How dare you use my hunter green as Fel... 🙄
goddamn this is dooope *_*
Nicely done, thanks for the hard work!
Where does Elune go?
The last one was also impressive, but I like this one a lot more. Even looks like something I wouldn't mind hanging on my wall.
It really needs to be n dimensional to be reasonably accurate.
Elune was the one who have created Naaru, so she is older than cosmology it self. Also she was taking Yesera soul in Legion while looking like that Holy thing in the center of the Holy realm. Also in Shadows there is the same creature.So I think that Elune is that creature in the Holy realm, and in the same time Dark Elune is that creature in the shadow realm. Dark Elune was fighting against Holy Elune, and that war have created galaxy!
The art work is fantastic, excelent work!
Whenever this chart comes up it annoys me to no end how much they screwed up both the Titans and the Legion in order to fit them into their nice pigeonholes. All the way until the Legion expansion the Legion has been all about Fel AND Shadow, Gul'dan was literally the leader of the SHADOW council, void walkers have been demons for literally decades, half the bosses in HFC, as well as many in Antorus itself, are SHADOW creatures. But in the chart, they are all about Fel and chaos, no mention of their dark half.Likewise, the Titans are all about Holy and the Light. All their abilities are Holy themed, they do Holy damage and Holy healing, but in the chart what element are they aligned with? Arcane. Which has no Titan representation at all, except for the time dude in Antorus.While I'm here, let's just mention the idiocy of spliting Shadow into "Shadow" and "Necromantic". The Lich King himself, Ner'zhul, was empowered by the void, he gained his abilities to raise the dead from the void, we see all this happen in WoD. Of course his final transformation was done by the Legion, which of course has no ties to the void at all according to this chart, so I suppose their inconsistent BS is consistently terrible at least.