PS: I just noticed the Ubuntu logo on his forehead. For the people. Lol!
"When i am done with you, you won't trust your own mind."
Forgive me if I've been too alarmist, I have to learn to calm down. Yet I fear the worst ... and it is not the first time I guess right on something like that...
For example, I predicted months ago as both the Kirin Tor, Dalaran and Jaina would return to give the back to the Alliance towards the neutrality and the Horde-Alliance partnership, and you will see how my prediction will be fulfilled.
I sincerely hope that my expectations are not met, but just in case, I'll go crying already the death of Rastakhan, the destruction of Zandalar and the decline of the Zandalari trolls...
Wrathion sounds both amazing and childish at the same time. looking forward to the next patch
Two things should be noted about Cho's Zandalari story
1) We're not done with the Zandalari Trolls. I know, people will throw their hands up in a fit, complaining about always having Troll content, but the story of the Zandalari in MoP seems to be the best Troll lore we've had in a while (compared to the random uprising in Cataclysm). I can guarantee that we will see Zul AND Rastakahn in a future expansion. And no, Rastakahn isn't dead. He's just not their King anymore. Who knows, maybe he'll break off with a group of 'Good Zandalari'. Or maybe Zul's the good one.
2) Zul had two prophecies (Three actually, but his first and third were basically the same). The First prophecy came true, obviously, but what of the second? Many tend to argue that because of Wrathions "in-your-face" demonstration with the legion returning, that the next expansion will be Burning Legion based. I think Zul's second prophecy may be a preview of what's to come.
Of course, we'll find out later this year at Blizzcon.
Here is the Mogu / Titans one and the Thunder King one.