The Old Gods have left their mark on Azeroth, and especially on the Dragonflights that make up the main narrative focus of Dragonflight, World of Warcraft's appropriately named Dragon-themed expansion.
It’s an exciting day for World of Warcraft players as Dragonflight Season 2 kicks off and the new raid Aberrus, the Shadowed Crucible, launches in Normal, Heroic, Mythic, and LFR (wing 1) difficulties after maintenance.
With the advent of the Dragonflight prepatch and the Legacies shorts, one question is on the minds of many World of Warcraft players: who was Galakrond?
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.
The War of the Ancients was one of the defining moments of Azeroth's history -- after all, it was responsible for the Sundering that shaped the world into the continents we know today.
There was a lot of lore revealed via the Artifact descriptions on the official site, and as we go into Legion we're apparently not just going to learn about the Burning Legion and the Broken Isles but about the past and the history of many different parts of the world of Azeroth.