The motion that wheels are being set in is looking bad for Sylvanas's leadership of the Horde. I'd say she is more likely to be the end boss rather than an Old God - we're not ready for that kind of showdown yet. The Void are obviously the new Legion. Blizzard need to squeeze every last expansion out of that nemesis that they can, because at the moment there isn't another one. There could even be side-expansions along the way with the Void lingering somewhat in the background, in much the same way that the Legion story continued to be told through Wrath, Cataclysm etc.My fantasy-horror WoW expansion has Azeroth destroyed in an Outland-style conflagration, and the players having to restart their adventures on an entirely new planet - maybe seeking out intergalactic allies in the fight against the Black Empire, Titan relics lost on other worlds, and so on and so forth. That would be cool. It's about time another astral body was added to the map.
Can someone shed some light on this for me? I've been wondering about this since the raid opened.So in the article it says: "The really interesting part of the fight is the stage that we’re fighting on. It’s of titan design and it has Wards of Power. If one of them is completely drained the raid takes ticking damage. If all of them run out, Azshara wins. The ancient wards will be disabled and override the titan device keeping N’Zoth imprisoned."And then: "The gift of a sleeping titan. Yes, a titan’s heart was exactly what was needed. Not to heal the world...but to shatter the prison of a god."The first quoted text suggests that if we keep the wards charged, the prison will not be shattered and N'Zoth will not be released. Logically this means that if we kill her, we should be okay, right?But then comes the second quote. How exactly are we shattering the prison of a god with HoA (why would something coming from Azeroth destroy a device of Titanic origin?), when all we do is keeping the wards charged?She lured us there in the first place to help free N'Zoth I guess, but when we kill her he still gets freed? How come? How did that Titanic device "clicked" in place?This is either bad writing or I didn't quite get this.
Thank you for your reply:).So, she basically wins either way, right? If we fail to charge them and also when we manage to charge them?
Amazing read again, keep up the good work!