I'm obsessed with the Night Warrior, and I have ever since Tyrande became that particular manifestation of Elune's wrath in Battle for Azeroth, because it highlights how much we don't know about Elune.
We don't know what Elune is.
There's an old phrase, popularized a few years back: there are the things we know, the things we know we don't know, and the things we don't know we don't know.
While Cavern Rogue and Time Warp Mage are emerging as competitive decks, we're going to shift away from that for a moment.
It's not like the Warcraft setting is a stranger to death.
Scattered around Azeroth are a handful of massive, awe-inspiring trees that dwarf the world around them.
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 demigod Cenarius is the son of Malorne and Elune.
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.
What was Azeroth like before the Titans arrived?