Curse Of Flesh
One of the benefits of Legion and its Artifact system was that it brought a lot of older lore about Azeroth and its universe to life in new ways.
Alongside his "brother" Odyn, Tyr struck down Ragnaros and led the charge in battle after battle against the spawn of the Old Gods. Tyr helped chain those colossal monstrosities deep within the world and served as Azeroth was shaped to shepherd her world-soul to maturity.
We’ve seen evidence of the Curse of Flesh everywhere. Humanity is a result of it. But it’s not irreversible – which makes one wonder…if the Tribunal of Ages is a lie, is it possible there’s no “curse” of flesh at all?
For an expansion about the rising threat of demonic hordes, Legion has spent a lot of time focusing on other dangers.
Both the Sundering and the Shattering were large-scale natural disasters for the shell that surrounds Azeroth’s world-soul.
The Pantheon made the only decision they could rightfully make when they chose to imprison the Old Gods.
The Titan-Forged left a huge impact on the history of Azeroth.
Last week we discussed the new lore surrounding Priest Artifact weapons in Legion.
Humans in the Warcraft setting have a very distinct origin -- they were created by a curse.