Well, that pretty much settles it.
I could see looting of this book as the start of a secret in game, even if it's not fully implemented yet and requires patches later in Shadowlands to fully unlock.
So much Dreadlord stuff is coming out of nowhere these days. Not that I mind all that much tbh.
Without Sargeras controlling them, I think the Nathrezim will become more dangerous than before.I called WoD and BfA, my guess is on an expansion where Lordaeron and northern Kalimdor are revamped and Zul'aman is added.Iirc there was a alpha classic map that showed the dragon isles in the northeron area. So I think there is content that can still be added to Lordaeron. Think of Arathi highlands and darkshore as revamp beta tests. With huge changes to an Alliance and Horde races homeland in each place, it kind of needs to be explored properly so we can see the effects of the battle for azeroth actually being reflected in the world. Darkshore and ashenvale could become dark, spooky woods, fitting for the forsaken considering so many died there. The undead are in a really weird place right now, without lordaeron they have no real zone taht fits them.Maybe Anduin could claim the throne of Lordaeron and the Ilgynoth whisper would fit that nicely. Add in the Nathrezim and Scarlet crusade for some nice villains and rebuild the capital city. Oh and land dalaran please lol.
Call me mad, but if at least 50% of this text will become true, along with Il'gynoth's "The Golden One claims a vacant throne. The crown of light will only brings darkness" prophecy about Turalyon, this will be great "Bad Light" expansion, we just need Yrel, marching out of time portals with her "Shining Legion" at some point and dark heroes aiding us to save so called "balance"
Probably the closest non-confirmation confirmation we're gonna get. I'd expect the next thing we hear about it will be explicit.
You just don't trust a dude with bat wings and hooves. You can't trust them at all. Doesn't matter if they glow like a candle or if they're dark as an angsty teen's diary; you can't trust a dude with bat wings and hooves.
Makes me wonder if dreadlords really are ones who readily stab each other in the back, or if they feel guilty for killing each other for the grand plan. Did Lorthraxion feel guilty about killing Balnazzar?
Is Lothraxion really on our side?
Everyone: "Hey, you locked the back door right Danathrius?"Dan: "Uh.... yeeeeeeeeeeeeah."Everyone: "Cool".......Dan: "Okay get the %^&* in here before they see you."*fifty Dreadlords pile through, dragging an achievement for killing them all behind them*
*Dons tinfoil hat*If they're actually specifically working with the Jailer to overthrow everything else, then perhaps the faction leaders we rescue are in fact several Nathrezim hiding as the faction leaders, as the real ones are hidden deep in Torghast. And we would finally get*DUN DUN DUN*DREADLORD JAINA
Jaina is a dreadlord. I'm calling it.
I'm calling it now: Millhouse Manastorm is a Nathrezim in disguise.Also, the Darkmoon Faire is a tool of the Old Gods. Wake up, sheeple!
Running the Legion Demon Hunter campaign, and in retrospect I think it may have been a bad idea to let Loramus on to the Fel Hammer. "I have access to all of Razelikh's knowledge"... does that not mean the reverse is true? What if it was Razelikh the whole time?