We've been wondering for a while what World of Warcraft's patch 8.3 would be about, especially after the end of the War Campaign in patch 8.2.5, and now we know.
Wrathion is a character who was invented in Cataclysm, and as such, is a complex legacy character with a lot of facets to his nature.
It hasn't been all that long since World of Warcraft's patch 8.2 hit live serves and saw the release of Nazjatar, Mechagon, and all the things contained therein -- but that doesn't mean people aren't already talking about what comes next.
Wrathion is one of the more enigmatic lore figures in Warcraft lore. Here's a look back at what we know, as his new model hits the patch 8.2.5 PTR.
It's no secret that several folks around here at Blizzard Watch are really curious what's up with Wrathion -- the last time we saw him in person was during the Deaths of Chromie scenario back in Legion, and before that he made an appearance on the Alpha for that expansion before being replaced with Ebyssian.
For those of you who skipped Mists of Pandaria, it was in this expansion that we formally met Wrathion, a member of the Black Dragonflight.
Although roughly the same age as his father when he became king, Anduin Wrynn’s reign so far is a far cry from anything his father accomplished in his first few years leading Stormwind.
Anduin Llane Wrynn is no stranger to the throne.
Maybe we’ve been going about this all wrong.
We warned you last week, but you just had to ask about Wrathion.
So hopefully you enjoy epic rants about fictional characters, because that’s what’s about to happen.