This is exciting.
I don't know guys. But when i read all of this, it seems they will end Warcraft storyline here in Shadowlands, reveal everything and make new WoW* in next game (expansion) 10.0.
I love this. This is, after all, war-craft. I may not have enjoyed the seemingly pointless losses incurred in BfA, but this book certainly brings forward a greater cause of concern and might possibly even be the that has Sylvanas scared !@#$less.
I just thought of something.If the dreadlords are master manipulators, and a group of them were captured and interrogated by Sargeras to reveal the possibility of a Dark Titan, driving him to despair and madness...Is it possible that they may have lied about the possibility of a Dark Titan, after all?
I strongly suspect that this was written by Danthrius himself. The Sire of Revendreth was himself sired by someone else, and was once a Dreadlord. Perhaps even the leader of the Dreadlords who everyone was reporting to, but a Dreadlord nonetheless.I also suspect the Dreadlords in the burning Legion eventually ended up serving Sargeras more than their original masters in the Shadowlands. I'm sure it started out like Il'gynoth said, with them kneeling before six, but serving but one, but Sargeras had a bigger hand to play than whoever it was they were serving in the Shadowlands, and as we know, Dreadlords are always on the winning side...In the end, Dreadlords only serve themselves.
With all these being revealed, we can now conclude why Azeroth has seen so much and have been constantly a target of heavly impact events.Azeroth is said to be the strongest ever created Titan, still in it's titan-soul state, this the reason why the Void Lords were so interested in seeing it twisted to their biding, thus the Void, as one of the "Six Seats" will have the upper hand over the rest of the Plannar Forces.Being born in a planet that host such a relevant and powerfull being, its races would directly share or inherit part of that life-force, there's the reason why Azeroth is full of powerfull champions and beings, like Malfurion, Illidan, Tirion, Thrall and obviously, us...This is why only Azeroth races were capable of:1- Defeating the Burning Legion, thrice2- Killing 3 Old Gods, thus one of those was a Synthetic version3- Defeat the embodiment of Death itself (Arthas)4- Face the powers of NightmareAnd most importantly of all... Survive the Murlocs.Even great warrior races like the Aldrachi were either forced to submission or obliverated by Sargeras, onle Azerothians were able to withstand his full might.You can conclude then that, if the Shadowlands is an universal-like plane, where souls from all living realities go, then Azerothian souls would be the ones with the most and more precious anima, thus the reason why the Jailer and the God of Death have spent some Millenia plotting with the Dreadlords to cultivate and now ripe the most souls from Azeroth.Or if this Shadowlands are solely for the Azeroth living plane (meaning we might not find anyone that died in Outland or AU Draenor here), then the Jailer might have become one of the most powerful beings ever existed thanks to all the powerful sould he has collected in the past centuries only from Azerothian souls.Either way, I have high expectations in how we will deal with all this conspirancy, and if we might be able to see Dreadlords using more magic, like Lotharxion uses Light. Would be great to see a Void Dreadlord or a Arcane Dreadlord.
so i cannot remember exactly ..but some time during BFA i am 99% sure that either Sylvanas or Xal'atath told me something in the lines of "Once a desire is understood, it can be exploited." i remember reading this clearly somewhere, can anyone else recall?
with the nathrezim quests today it starts to make sense