We're all familiar with what Azeroth looks like within World of Warcraft, but what makes sense in the game world doesn't necessarily make sense in the fictional world.
Last week we discussed the new lore surrounding Priest Artifact weapons in Legion.
This is one of those Queue’s where I really miss being able to embed a video as the header.
Anyway, you know the drill. I hunger… for questions!
I can't be the only one looking at the events of Legion and thinking 'okay, then what?' Because really, what happens after the biggest demonic invasion in Azeroth's history?
Spoiler Warning -- this article discusses the Hellfire Citadel raid.
The fallen Titan unleashed the Burning Legion and sent them across infinity, devouring worlds like cosmic locusts, rendering them lifeless. A nearly unstoppable army of demons under his banner finds worlds and unmakes them, and so far only one planet has held out against the onslaught of Sargeras and his Burning Legion. But who is Sargeras? What motivates this being? What drives him to seek the unmaking of the entire universe?
You know, we spend a lot of time talking about the various Warlords of Draenor as they're presented in the latest expansion's version of history. Lords of War was supposedly Maraad's tales of these old warlords, but the stories were pretty specific. And in some cases -- like Kilrogg's vision of his death -- they seemed like a direct reference to the alternate version of Draenor's warlords, rather than our own.
Wrathion spent pretty much the entirety of Mists of Pandaria sending us on errands -- and now it appears the Black Prince is on Draenor. Yet despite evidence of his presence, he's nowhere to be found. Then, of course, is the question of why Wrathion would be on Draenor when it's the safety of Azeroth he's concerned with, especially after his visions of the world being overrun.