Of all the Titan-Forged Keepers entrusted with the progression of Azeroth following the war with the Black Empire, Mimiron may be the most clever and inventive.
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?
We've talked about the fall of the Keepers over the past few weeks and now comes the conclusion.
When last we looked at the Titan-Forged, one of the Keepers had gone mad.
When last we talked about the Titan-Forged, they'd defeated the Old Gods and imprisoned them deep within Azeroth itself, then began their process of shaping the world in order to preserve its World-Soul and shepherd it to awakening as potentially the greatest of the Titans.
In the distant past, Aggramar the Avenger discovered a World-Soul by sensing its powerful dreams across the vast distances of the Great Dark.
Humanity in the world of Azeroth is at once an old and young race.
When talking about the Artifact weapons of Legion and the lore that's being revealed for them, Paladin Artifacts are some of the most interesting, touching upon the origin of the Order of the Silver Hand and the fate of Watcher Tyr, the missing Watcher from Ulduar.