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    Quote Originally Posted by Sfidt View Post
    I didn't ever mean kaja'mite. I meant that Azerite might be present on that island, and even possibly heal the zone after the volcano eruption.
    There's never been any mention of Azerite being on Kezan, let alone it being "the original source" so I assumed you were mistaking it with kaja'mite.

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    I was thinking about what makes the most sense with everything we know now, and made a thread about it.

    https://www.mmo-champion.com/threads...d-the-Old-Gods

    Quote Originally Posted by Carolus Rex View Post
    I had taken a break from WoW for some months and am now catching up with 8.2 and 8.2.5 in terms of the story. I'm not sure if I've seen everything, so maybe I am missing some information, but to me it seems like they are heavily hinting at an expansion that not only involves the Old Gods, but also the Dragonflights, and specifically the Dragonflights being corrupted. This has led me to believe that the following things are likely to play some role in the next expansion and possibly also 8.3

    - Clearly N'zoth is out there now, and Yogg could be awakened by Odyn, and C'thun could be awakened by the Azerite in Silithus at the wound. This puts the Old Gods on the table, if not for 8.3, most certainly for the next expansion
    - The Dragonflights are gathering around in the chamber and we have the Wrathion quests, the Old Gods are clearly trying to corrupt Wrathion and the other dragonflights as well
    - Somewhere it was said (I think after the Alexstrasza quests) that if they can't corrupt them, they'll find a different aspect to corrupt, which reminded me of the fact that Nozdormu will turn into the leader of the Infinite Dragonflight, and that is related to the Old Gods, as seen in the End Times in Cataclysm
    - Sylvanas now seems to be officially out of the Horde and she will most likely be in hiding now for a while, but will certainly re-emerge at some point to continue feeding souls to her master
    - Other undead characters (Bolvar, Helya, Bwonsamdi) have recently played some role.
    - Medivh was mentioned by Wrathion and he might now some way of fighting the Old Gods

    From that I think it can be concluded that the next expansion could be a mix of the following elements

    - Corrupted dragonflights
    - The rise of Murozond and the Infinite Dragonflight
    - Old Gods, with Azshara
    - Undead forces
    - Wrathion, Bwonsamdi, Sylvanas and Medivh as major characters (maybe Helya, Odyn and Bolvar)

    Possible continents: Dragon Isles and Shadowlands

    Similarly to how Kul Tiras and Zandalar are in BFA, with both mini-continents having 3 zones each.

    Whispers of the Old Gods would be a wonderful name for the expansion, if it wasn't already a name for the Hearthstone expansion.

    Many people are saying N'zoth is gonna be 8.3, but I think with the Dragonflights possibly playing a role and being corrupted by the Old Gods, that would cut the whole Old God corruption theme quite short if we just defeated N'zoth in 8.3

    Much better to have someone else in 8.3 and then lead into a full Old God expansion. Maybe Murozond for 8.3, or some other significant Old God minion.

    Then the next expansion can slowly build up to the corrupted aspects and the Old Gods as bosses.

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    You have already seen them

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    I'd just like to see another Cataclysm-style revamp, tbh. This time, however, I'd like to see changes in Northrend, Outland, and Pandaria as well. Implementation of WQs in all the zones. New starting experiences and stories for all races. Stuff like that.

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    In response to Lachlol I understand the technology part of Legion is jarring but I don't see how demons could come in an actual invasion way. Like I said about BC, they sorta had the idea about Legion ships. They just went all the way with it, weird as it was. I think probably the worst part is well the Vindicaar. It being in charge of the Army of Light(Lightforged dudes) well......obvious elephant in the room.


    Of course they could get rid of it with some pseudo deux ex machina(Like destroying the Sword or killing N'zoth by crashing into him). That aside.... Any new world we go to....I'd sooner expect Karesh since I know Ion was interested in that idea. I'm partial to visiting one of the Moons of Azeroth though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cparle87 View Post
    There's never been any mention of Azerite being on Kezan, let alone it being "the original source" so I assumed you were mistaking it with kaja'mite.

    In the novel "Before the Storm" Gallywix tells Sylvanas that they found Azerite deep under Kezan and that it might even was the cause of the volcano eruption and not Deathwing as many think.

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    I know the Shadowlands "leak" is probably fanfiction, but...it actually seemed pretty cool to me. I could be up for that.

    edit: also anything on alien planets (except Argus because that was a shithole). Much as I disliked WoD overall as an expansion, I thought Draenor was beautiful. And Outland is one of many reasons that BC is my favorite expansion.
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    underworld

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakeros View Post
    In the novel "Before the Storm" Gallywix tells Sylvanas that they found Azerite deep under Kezan and that it might even was the cause of the volcano eruption and not Deathwing as many think.
    Ahh, I see. I stand corrected. Hmm. Kezan is pretty close to the maelstrom. Deathwing would suredly know it was there, being the Earthwarder, and setting it off to blow the island to the moon would be easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cparle87 View Post
    There's never been any mention of Azerite being on Kezan, let alone it being "the original source" so I assumed you were mistaking it with kaja'mite.
    I didn't ever state that it was mentioned anywhere neither that it is "the original source" - I don't even know where the hell did you pull out from.
    BfA didn't have to cover every place that had Azerite sprout from the ground. It might just happen that Kezan had said Azerite sprouts which i.e. Gallywix knows about but didn't share for his own profit and it might just happen that Azerite healed the land around or did some other crazy stuff and we find out about that just now, possibly 9.0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Chozo View Post
    I want to see N'Zoth gain mass and break the ocean's surface, becoming a new landmass conveniently positioned between this new archipelago called the Dragon Isles, which consists of six isles themed after each dragonflight.

    Also, the land were the Arcadian War Turtle was made.

    And even better, a totally new, gigantic continent that dwarfes the size of Kalimdor and can't be explored by flight.
    Uhh.. Dragon Isles essentially have less to do with Dragons more so Old Gods. so I can see Islands dedicated to each Old God and its subsidaries, but not Dragons. Those Shrines are in Northrend
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiba1 View Post
    Uhh.. Dragon Isles essentially have less to do with Dragons more so Old Gods. so I can see Islands dedicated to each Old God and its subsidaries, but not Dragons. Those Shrines are in Northrend
    Dragon Isles are only a concept and they could be made to be about Dragons. The concept art looks related to Old Gods but again its a concept, and concepts change.
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    The opposite position where the Maelstrom is located at... Whats there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiba1 View Post
    Uhh.. Dragon Isles essentially have less to do with Dragons more so Old Gods. so I can see Islands dedicated to each Old God and its subsidaries, but not Dragons. Those Shrines are in Northrend
    C'mon, dude. The Broken Isles barely had something beyond the Tomb of Sargeras and Suramar ruins, and they greatly expanded on it.

    Pandaria was a island were Pandaren lived, and now it houses WoW's most increndible lore.

    Dragon Isles could be about Mechagnomes building giant metal dragons for all we know.

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    Vikings, Shadow world, Dragons.

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    A planet inhabited by Ethereals, torn between Void and Light ethereal factions. Super psychedelic and alien-like purple zone in combination with bio-domes like the ones in Netherstorm. Lots of crystals and portals and energies flowing around. Huge open areas with epic vistas (a Mulgore-like zone with a huge ridge overlooking some valley).

    Dragon isles - a cluster of 5 islands, one for each dragonflight. An Emerald Dream-esque zone for Green Dragonflight. Tanaris-like desert for Bronze Dragonflight. Dragonblight-like zone for Blue Dragonflight. Eversong Woods (or Ruby Sanctum)-like zone for Red Dragonflight, Twilight Highlands-like zone for the Black Dragonflight.

    Green: Partially a huge forest with many twisting tree branches and partially an evergreen valley with weird circle-like objects like in the original Emerald Dream artwork and the incomplete zone. You can mix in some rivers, rocks, waterfalls and mist like you see in Bonich (Argus Invasion Point).
    Bronze: A huge wasteland with lots of ridges like Nagrand and Frostfire Ridge, but desert style. Humongous dragon bones scattered around, rocks floating in the air like in the Caverns of Time.
    Blue: Frostfire Ridge frozen lakes and ridges scattered around a huge snowy wasteland with blue crystals and energies floating around. Ley line points around the map (like Suramar) and connecting them gives you some sort of power or convenience buff.
    Red: A crimson forest with beautiful trees and flowers like in Eversong Woods. Trees that burst into flames and turn into flaming dragons. Beautiful architecture, libraries full with history of the mortals (red dragonflight are closest to mortals and have been watching them since the beginning). Floating buildings/spires in the air and the dragons fly from one to the other - some would house libraries, others would be dining halls, etc. A sky city with architecture akin to blood elven.
    Black: A highland/valley with lots of black rock formations, crystals spiking up from the ground, caves, tunnels, lava pools, volcanoes. Grass, flowers, bushes and trees made of metals. Places with strong magnetic forces - some would pull you to the ground, making you move slower and making you unable to fly, others would pump you up in the air. Earthquakes and rockslides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Chozo View Post
    C'mon, dude. The Broken Isles barely had something beyond the Tomb of Sargeras and Suramar ruins, and they greatly expanded on it.

    Pandaria was a island were Pandaren lived, and now it houses WoW's most increndible lore.

    Dragon Isles could be about Mechagnomes building giant metal dragons for all we know.
    Dragon Isles are a part of the lore because it is said to have shrines dedicated to the Old Gods, I never said it didnt have ANY Dragons at all, sure there can be dragons, but thats not why its named that, as I said, the island has less to do with dragons, and more with the Old Gods.

    If the Dragon Isles had shrines or landmasses dedicated to the dragonflights, then why on earth, would Blizzard just make Dragonblight, and the Dragon Shrines? or Wyrmrest Temple for that matter, if thats the case Blizzard just contradicted their own Lich King Lore as well as Cataclysm. If thats the home of the Dragonflights, then Alexstraza would be where she is at currently in game, she and her offspring would be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiba1 View Post
    Dragon Isles are a part of the lore because it is said to have shrines dedicated to the Old Gods, I never said it didnt have ANY Dragons at all, sure there can be dragons, but thats not why its named that, as I said, the island has less to do with dragons, and more with the Old Gods.

    If the Dragon Isles had shrines or landmasses dedicated to the dragonflights, then why on earth, would Blizzard just make Dragonblight, and the Dragon Shrines? or Wyrmrest Temple for that matter, if thats the case Blizzard just contradicted their own Lich King Lore as well as Cataclysm. If thats the home of the Dragonflights, then Alexstraza would be where she is at currently in game, she and her offspring would be there.
    There's absolutely no confirmation about the presence of absence of Old God shrines in the Dragon Isles except a very early concept / intention from long time ago.

    Those shrines are part of the Lore as much as Uldum being a full continent on itself.

    The only canon thing about this place right now is that Wrathion is searching for it.

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