dats deep bruh
This agent that is gaining trust in the nature realm is Brightwing. We must kill it quickly!
My bet is, the Agent between the Cosmic-Force of Life is Bwonsamdi, a Dreadlord in Disguise as "Loa of Death", because he is something like a broker, a "God of Death" for the Trolls (And, with this, he got some nice puppet's and toys to play with) and he is trying to get the trust of the Winter Queen... From what I can tell, that's a little bit fishy (He seems for me even not fitting for Ardenweald from the begin with...)
Well going by this logic the Dreadlords are some of the most counter-productive manipulators for a cosmic plan ever born.Convince a Titan to use Demons and Fel for an army.Said Titan destroys other Titans and goes around scouring the universe.Get so good at it till they get to this one planet and he gets disintegrated.Decide to introduce undead to the planet. Lose to a Paladin.Paladin gets taken by the Lich King and the Dreadlords convince him to summon a demon.Lose again, try to take over control of Paladin (now death knight) and fail whilst also losing control of Lich KingTry to take over a Kingdom with three separate forces, lose to an elf and their brother who turned betrayer.Try to take over a coven of religious zealots, fail and dieTry the coven thing again but further North, fail againThe betrayer betrays, gets killed in an assault by two factions, ends up getting endlessly tortured as a result.All come back in Legion and first success is had, the Broken Shore assault messes up and Varian diesAll future Dreadlord plans proceed to fail.Light Dreadlord manufactures an opportunity for the Legion to fall, completely reversing their plans of the last centuries (or however long they've been doing this)Tortured Dreadlord gets salty and spills his guts (both verbally and literally)Legion gets routed and Titans are brought back from years of being dead, Order is restored and the Legion and Fel are reduced to a shell of what they wereDreadlords are back at square oneSeems like pretty shoddy galaxy brain plotting to me.
Don’t forget they are after one purpose, cause chaos and cause death. Once death becomes the more prominent force the remaining forces won’t stand a chance and will also fall. By giving one or two sides a short victory they make it appear that they are losing when in fact they have caused so much chaos and death to get there they did in fact win
Nice, some mild keikaku detected.
You have a deeper understanding and knowledge of the lore than I do, but I was wondering that even though you mention Frostmore with its deeper history a lot. What about the Axe of the Maw we get as Blood in Legion? The demon we kill for it specifically talks about the Maw.
if we are going to space, can we please not do it so that worlds magically appear near azeroth like in leigon.
Balnazzar, the ultimate scapegoat. Can't wait for him to return again ... and again ... and again ...
Wowhead and Nobbel87 have to take note of the Ilgynoth's Whisper:"The vassal of life disguises treachery. Beware the eyes of green."A Vassal is very different from a Vessel. Nobbel87, like most misinterprets this line. Wowhead page says the above line is the whisper of Ilgynoth. However, Nobbel87 says otherswise, giving a whole new meaning. Vassal or Vessel, this needs clarification!'Second, Void and Old Gods always whispered of truths, warning us about others who are set to destroy or will destroy us. They would never say a warning that someone, who is time and again referenced to be aligned with Void and especially with N'zoth be the Betrayer. Be it Yogg-saron or N'zoth, both were the first to tell us the fates of both Arthas Lich King and Bolvar Lich King. With that Observation, it is very unlikely Y'sera fits or is going to be the betrayer Il'gynoth warns us about. It is more likey, a vassal of Life. Now this is where things gets more interesting and a lot failed to see from the Maldraxxus Cinematic. The one person who, not once but twice said about Life, indicating and hinting that she is the VASSAL OF LIFE. A Vassal is a word referring to a Feudal society, which is basically Maldraxxus with Primus as the Lordship of the Maldraxxus realm. Now this explanation has further basis on Christe Golden's tweet, asking us to watch the cinematic again as there is a specific line which has a huge significance. Also, the description of the cinematic itself implies that Draka should learn not to trust anyone or anything, not even herself. Nathrezim is the one orchestrating this whole point for a very very very long time, even before the titans became aware of Azeroth. In her tweets, she cryptically referred to "A house of Lies and there are others who want to destroy shadowlands". While House of Eyes is shown to have fallen which trained Draka, it can be that this house was not the only one who specializes in Spies. There may be more than one house that may specializes in spying and also Draka may well be a sleeper agent and House of Eyes were not aware of her true allegiance, She may well be the one who might have planted the bomb in the house of eyes deceiving and led to its fall. She is not aware that she is a sleeper agent and when the time is right, Nathrezim or whichever Maldraxxus force is behind this spy treachery, she will be activated to betray us all, something that is going to be a confrontation between her and Thrall later on. Maybe one of the fallen houses was the one who trained her initially, made her a sleeper agent and falsified her Maldraxxus memories.
The Jaina Dreadlord meme sparkles again! Its funny how all has twisted with this Information alot makes more sense now.
I am doubtful of the value of the old god whispers. These are all short fragments, and like all prophecies, they are meaningless without context. Context which is only added by the interpreters.More to the point, I think blizzard intentionally wrote them to be vague, and did not have any particular planned event in mind when they wrote them.
On the Vessel of Life I have to NPCs, one with some history and one introduced in Shadowlands.First, Merithra. She is being groomed to be the new Aspect of the Emerald Flight. We have the Five Torches Darkened whisper from Il'gynoth which suggests that the Aspects will seek to reignite their spark, opening the road to his Masters (the Void Lords) in the process. I remember Merithra having a dialogue about how active (as in, how much should they intervene) the dragonflights should be in Azeroth. And we are talking about one of the three dragons that were stuck next to C'thun, God of Madness for millenia; Arygos betrayed us already so I'd say Merithra, the last of the three, is vulnerable as well. And ofc, she has green eyes.Yet another green eyed character, one who has recently got the trust of the Winter Queen and thus Ardenweald and its connection to the plane of Life is introduced in Ardenweald questing. I am talking about Kivarr, a Drust Thornspeaker. After being rescued she joins with the Court of Night alongside Ysera and others. Honestly I just suspect her because she is the only person with green eyes in the Court and well, because she is Drust.
Oh those void predictions...What about Dalarans pool with coins of wishes? Anyone have checked did those wishes came to life?