Where is it said Dawnkeep is the origin of the naaru? To my understanding Zrali was merely part of the Lights attack on the Ember Ward and is now stuck there.
This was in the English version that was edited in the notes yall datamined though :V it said the same originally but had this bit in "red" and the new version in "green"
Stonewright could probably be a Night Warrior in life, it would be fitting for the wrath lady. I guess they're mentioning it here, because the Night Fae campaign from 9.0 involves a plan to find all previous Night Warriors to try and save Tyrande, so we may see her appear again in another 9.1 story chapter.Which woud mean that this dialogue could refer rather to Stonewright's personal history rather than to naaru lore or whatever.
I don't think Elune is the type of god to make deals. She's not a loa. She's one of, if not the only one, gods who fit in the picture of a god who acts when feels like it. She "saved Ysera's soul" (I dont remember what actually happened there, but the thing is - she intervened there). She saved Tyrande in WC3. But she didn't do anything do help Kaldorei during the War of Thorns. Honestly, I am not sure if I want or don't want to know more about her, because I fear that she'll turn out to be either a super powerful Naaru, or a void lord, or some stupid thing (she's actually both! a void naaru. Or a light infused void lord). The thing is, I don't like Blizzard getting rid of all the mysteries. Not everything has to connect to every other thing in the universe, not everytime more=better, imo.
So what is the consequence of death if beings can freely move between the afterlife and the mortal world? I hate this expansion.
Exactly, Dawnkeep is the place they first invaded from what I understand and that is why it is so saturated in the Light. This is not where they came from. They are beings of the Light not Death.
It seems she may have been, the real question now is how did she retain her powers of being a Night Warrior even after she died? From what I can tell no other Night Warrior has kept Elune's power after dying.
The Stone Wright was never a mortal, she is a child of Denathrius . She is one of the original venthyr.
Any shot shes the first night warrior?
This line is also in the English version, but it was a bit buggy on my playthrough and didn't always get said so the Wowhead team might have gotten that bug.
One of N'zoth's lines:"The light has made a pact with the enemy of all"A deal isn't impossible if Elune indeed is connected to the Naaru/Light
As has been said already, the article is at best a bit misleading and at worst just wrong in the link it creates between Revendreth and the Naaru
Maybe the Stonewright was a Wrathful Night Elf that Worshipped Elune in Life and was sent to Revendreth instead of Ardenweld.Who knows, maybe the Stonewright was a Night Warrior in Life and was sent to Revendreth because of her Wrath and brought the power of Elune with her.Very interesting.
However, this line's English version had been changed in patch 188.8.131.52394, from "Your stoneborn cannot find us all, and your precious Elune has no power here" to "Your stoneborn cannot find us all. We are everywhere!" So this old line cannot be taken as true lore.