The Audio lore was such a great listen. Alleria's story is something I always wanted to know more about and this has helped with that!
I love it. I've been wanting more lore
I really liked that they mentioned " the one who slumbers beneath azeroth's waves" not to spoil anyone but..N'Zoth incoming! It was awesome to learn a little bit about their backstories. I hope they keep up with this form of content in the future.
I love hearing the lore of different World of Warcraft events. It gives the game so much more depth and keeps me playing. Blizzard why forth you so strong with lore?
As a huge Lore fan of the WOW universe this story is elegant and beautifully told. I listened to the The 1,000 year War with my wife and she fell in love with Alleria instantly. She almost cried when Alleria could no longer touch Turalyon after she took in the Void. This story can make non players fall in love with a game they never thought they would like.
This drama is so cool. We learned so much new about Alleria and Turalyon, blizzard we need more dramas like this one. The day that i read this drama i was so happy :) Thank you! And btw the posters are crazy beautiful.
Honestly, Alleria embracing the void shocked me. I love it so far
posters is great
I’m a “bit” (read huge) of a lore nerd, so I’m really glad bliz has started putting out more content like this and the guldan/kadgar one from the start of the xpac. There was some really interesting stuff in this, and it awnsered a lot of my questions. Here’s hoping that there are many more of these kinds of releases in the future. Also, those are some pretty dope posters.
Finally had a chance to check out the audio drama, and wow! I've been Horde my entire WoW existence, but the tale of Alleria and Turalyon has always been one I was interested in. To see this brought to life, the way it was, was something I didn't even know I was looking forward to. Played all three back to back to back.The Light and the Void are no more flawed than Christianity and Islam. The flaws are not in the existence of it, but in those that stand by their beliefs in them. And Alleria seems to know she'll fall deeper into the Void, but its great to see her operate as so many shadow priests do. Yeah.. we're filled with the void, but we know the villain when we see it. So I'm looking forward to seeing if she sinks so deeply, she can't come back from it, or if her love for Arator and Turalyon's love for her somehow saves her.
I thinks its a good story. I really like Alleria and Turalyon now after these audio dramas. :D
The audio drama was wonderful - I really enjoyed that it wasn't simply a story being read to me, but that the characters were speaking their parts as the story went on, as well as the sound effects that accompanied the entire performance. It was easy to get immersed in as I just closed my eyes and listened.I also enjoyed getting more background on what Alleria and Turalyon have been doing all this time and how time passes in the Twisting Nether as compared to Azeroth. It is definitely easier to conquer a world when you have more time than they do!Furthermore, listening to the audio drama gives Argus an entirely new feeling. I think it does call into question the legitimacy of our experiences on Argus so far, which have basically involved doing the same tasks and killing the same enemies each day as we wait for the next part of the content to be released. Since Argus is within the Twisting Nether, technically we'd only be able to kill each of these named monsters once, as they would be eternally dead thereafter.I'm extremely interested in figuring out more about the Emerald Star and how that will play a role in Antorus. Will we have to kill it? AHHH! What happens after Antorus? If we succeed is that really the last time we have to deal with the Burning Legion? - - Ha, yeah right! xD - - Or... is it?Either way, we're in for an awesome raid and I can't wait! :)
I really enjoyed reading these installments. They were highly entertaining, and gave some real insight into their relationship.
I really appreciate seeing in-game content fleshed out like this in such a compelling medium that's new to World of Warcraft. It's incredible the things Blizzard can do with a good story, especially with such a lore-heavy patch/expansion. I am very interested to see where this whole light and void duality is headed!
I loved it, even watched the bit Nobbel did about it, commenting on the whole thing. It was really suspensful, and the bit where Xe'ra "sent" Alleria to Stormwind, and had Arator sense her presence and reaxh out for her actually brought tears to my eyes, I remembered him as a lad in Honor Hold. It was around then that I started playing this wonderful game, and it is thanks to wowhead and the giveaway I won in 2012 (an AMD APU) that I am still able to play it from time to time. Wonderful story, great naration and voice acting. Marvelous.
I must say, Blizzard can indeed still surprise us when it comes to lore (and art amrit) These lore videos are extremely well narrated, but i have to say, i wish this information was available in-game maybe on the form of some short questline.
These 3 installments were so much better than I expected: great voice-acting (by the way am I the only one that thought that Locust Walker was voiced by Antonio Banderas?), solid storyline, and so lore-rich! I wish there were more of these episodes.
I knew there was a Shadow Alleria model, but i didnt expect it so early, but i freaking love it. I personally play UH Dk so i cant stand this light things going on in legion so i am always happy for some shadow thingy :D I juts hope she will be able to control it and dont get overwhelmed and turn into some boss like Cordana did...
Always excited by the audio drama. The more Blizzard give us, the more exciting it becomes. Also those posters are lit
That poster looks amazing. About the audio drama, I love that Blizzard has been doing these. It gives us a little insight on some things not told in game, and it's relaxing to listen to while questing. I hope they continue to do these in the future.