The more I think about the Jailer, the main antagonist in Shadowlands, the more I feel like he didn't end up working out as I'd hoped.
Day 17 of the Race to World First: Zovaal was close to being defeated, until we hit the secret phase
It's been 16 days since the Race to World First began and we're close to the end -- or we were until we got to the secret Mythic difficulty phase.
With Shadowlands patch 9.2 and Zereth Mortis, we're left with the same question we've been asking since we first went to the Maw and used a First One's gateway to travel to Oribos -- namely, who the heck are the First Ones, where did they go, and what does any of this have to do with the Jailer and his plans for the Shadowlands?
Why do I love Illidan as the bad guy of The Burning Crusade more than almost any other villain in World of Warcraft?
I guess I should spoiler tag this post, huh?
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 leaders of the Shadowlands are the Eternal Ones, also referred to as the Pantheon of Death — and the patch 9.1 trailer tells us that the Jailer intends to take them all on.
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.