Who is the voice of Turalyon? I swear I know it.
I haven't listened to the audio drama yet but I am sure it is just as good, if not better, as the tomb of sargeras audio story.Clearly this is the winning comment. 😊
This is truly great! We're learning more about them!So glad Blizzard give us content beyond the game.
It's incredible how much you can see if you close your eyes and just listen... it immerses you in a universe of its own, full of beautiful landscapes painted with a brush made of sounds... scenes upon scenes of carefully orchestrated imagination-fueled mind-movies \ D: / need more!
So happy that Blizzard is giving us even more backstory for characters that we've been waiting to interact with for years. It's nice seeing how Turalyon and Alleria grew after this first foray through the Dark Portal all those years ago. Loving all the lore!
More lore is always good, especially one that sheds light about characters whose story had unanswered questions during the argus. Shame that the posters do not seem to be available from blizzard store or otherwise.
I must say I really enjoyed reading this. I loved when Alleria noticed her path was the shadows, regarding it was a hard path to follow, now I can put it together with the quest chain and have a better understanding of this character. I'm only worried she loses her mind in the future... She could become a boss and it wouldn't be nice at all :( I really hope they can be a happy family in the future, specially after Alleria was guided so much by her love for Arathor (and I hope Blizzard shows some light in this aspect in the future).And the Lothraxion dialogues, I really like this guy now, pretty comprehensive and he saw something in Alleria that Xe'ra couldn't see, but well, she's blinded by the light.I really need to print the PDF and make it a book <3
It is nice to know what has been going on with the two while they were gone. I have to agree that the chosen one is also Alleriea. But she can not do it alone she needs our help, and we could not do it without her as well. Good job Bizzard
A great listen. We need more like it!
Interesting twists to how to look at things that I never did think about to begin with or overlooked, i like backstory lore, things I did expect though that light and shadow will have those in the good and bad terms to get their goals, we will see in the future what will become of Alleria.
I know there has been a lot of lore in previous expansions, but Legion has been, by far, the most story-driven. I've loved listening to the previous audio dramas and reading the comics and so excited to dive into this new tale. I cannot wait to see what is released next, both in and out of game.
The audio-drama was a nice surprise. I think both the Light and the Shadow are flawed in their own ways as they're the opposite extremes of a single measure. In a way, after the Xe'ra questline and the audio drama, the Light of WarCraft started reminding me of High Heavens from Diablo 3 - ultimately, "good", but also zealous and ruthless. We do not have quite the same knowledge of Shadow from that regard as we usually kill anyone who wields it, instead of asking them for details :DHopefully, there will be a conflict of Light and Shadow (Void) in the future where this will be shown more. Gameplay-wise, I hope for the 4th Hunter spec, reminiscent of the old Cata/MoP/WoD Survival with this theme, and would love to see the Windrunner sisters meet and talk. Although I also believe it would have been fair if before speaking to Sylvanas, Alleria caught up on everything that happened to her people by going to Silvermoon and talking to Lor'themar / Rommath / Halduron / Liadrin.
The lore that Blizzard provides within and beyond the game astonishes me. The depth...This was a great listen and I do agree that both the light and the void are flawed. Proof that the light is flawed is in the Illidan cinematic with Xe'ra. If you are a great and Noble cause, why would you force your power/will on another being? To me, that shows that the light is no better than any other cause/faction. This goes along with the way that Locus described how the Void sees the light. Everyone sees things from their own perspective.The posters are beautiful and would be a great start to some wow wall art!.I can never get enough Warcraft lore and I wish I started caring about it before I read my first wow book, Arthas. That story will always have a special place.
The style of narration and dialogue is extremely well done in these audio stories. It's really cool to see how the Light can be fallible as well.
I am so glad that they finally brought Alleria and Turalyon back into the current story and lore. And I love the idea of having a major lore figure embrassing the void, and look forward to finding out how their relationship changes with them embracing the Light and the Shadow respectively.
Glad they are still putting content outside of the game to explain this. Now only if we could get some for other things in the game, like Sylvanas and Helya >.>
Sure. Why we need to fix our game? Let's make an audio drama instead. #Blizzard
I really despise Pacey narrating this. His pronunciation of certain names irks me because he's obviously unfamilliar with them, making the performance shallow. It was most apparent when he narrated the pre-legion Gul'dan drama - saying Maiev's name as "May-v".
Really nice to see some light shed on these two characters, a lot of backstory means a great character!Nice posters by the way! :)
Fiat lux! Here come the Light! Thank's for this post ;-)