In an unusual move, Blizzard has added a new cinematic directly onto the patch 9.2 PTR which has wide-ranging implications for the conclusion of the Shadowlands story, and even throws new light on older lore.
In Battle for Azeroth, I remember thinking that Azshara would be the end boss of the expansion, only to be surprised when her raid was the middle one and we had Ny'alotha and N'Zoth at the end.
We've already seen author Christie Golden's defining take on Sylvanas Windrunner in books like War Crimes and Before the Storm, and now we're finally going to see her get to do a definitive novel about the character, as the official World of Warcraft site announces that she's authored Sylvanas, a new novel focusing on the role Sylvanas plays in Shadowlands and the history of the character.
The story of World of Warcraft is one that continues.
Should it end with Sylvanas Windrunner destroyed for her crimes?
We're getting a new raid in patch 9.1, and we saw enough at BlizzConline that we're just bubbling over with questions.
The short and unhelpful answer to the question Who is the Jailer is that guy up there at the head of the post -- Game Director Ion Hazzikostas confirmed on his live interview with Zoltan.tv that the folks at Wowhead had successfully datamined the fella's model, and that up above is it.
We've been getting more dribs and drabs of potential lore from datamining and players in the Shadowlands beta, and I wanted to focus on one line we've gotten from The Other Side dungeon, and how it feeds into what we've already seen from the Maw starter experience.
Say what you will about him, there is one truth we can all agree with: Nathanos Blightcaller is one of the most controversial figures in World of Warcraft.
Here’s everything we know about how Frostmourne and the Helm of Domination are connected to the Shadowlands
In the Afterlives: Bastion short, Frostmourne appears to be able to rend souls in half.