I'm glad someone else has acknowledged the "vassal of life" might be Alexstrasza, but has anyone considered the 'eyes of green' might be a metaphor for jealousy? Life envying death or vice versa, and one trying to disrupt the other? Further connecting Bolvar and the red dragonflight is the death knight class mount was an ancient red dragon. Additionally, a large number of Alexstrasza's Flight was corrupted into twilight dragons.Going back to the nine ravens take flight, I know it's a peripheral detail, but in Norse mythology, ravens are associated with Odin, and the Odyn of wow too has the association, if you remember Havi and his companions in Legion.I also think that death knight players have known something was coming for a while now, if we remember the death knight class hall campaign. I'm sure there were more than administrative reasons he needed his 4 horsemen, and the attempted raising of Tirion did show that Bolvar may not hold the same views he held before he took the Frozen Throne.
what ifAlwxstraza makes bargain with Bolvar and helps raise new DKs similar to him?as armies are reduced to ash and population lowers,new dangers arise and there is no one left to fight enemiesboth Alliance and Horde lost too much lives fighting Legion,each other,Naga. etcsame goes for Zanfalari and Kul Tiras and so on
One thing I'd like to add to the eyes of green bit is that green dragons in lore have rainbow colored eyes. I was thinking Malfurion Stormrage has green eyes now.
Regarding the "eyes of green":Malfurion now also has green eyes, you can see that clearly in the Darkshore cinematic.Just wanted to point that out.
The only problem I have with this is Tyrande. She said "I am no queen. I am Elune's vengeance". Also her eyes darkened but where is it implied she is blinded?
Y'know what would be cool? If Mueh'zala was a Dragon Aspect empowered by Argus. As powerful as the Dragonqueen, but instead of ruling over Life, he rules over Death. When Ysera was given control over the Emerald Dream, he was given the Shadowlands. *waves hands* Maybe Nozdormu has been MIA lately because he's gone to confront Mueh'zala because the time for Mueh'zala to take Nozdormu's life is upon him, and doing so somehow messes things up, and he becomes Murozond. Maaaybe, Nozdormu's gone to the Dragon Isles, because they are a conduit to the Shadowlands - Mueh'zala's isles. The islands belonging to the dragon Aspect of Death.I'm sure none of this is true. I just want more dragon stuff.
Sixw masters: Y'Shaarj, N'Zoth, G'huun, Yogg-Saron, N'Zoth... AndThe fith old god on chronicle vol3
The central character in all this, and in the 9.0 expansion, will be Sylvanas. For one thing the devs are in love with her and will not let go of making her the central focus of everything (not for a long while). She wants to conquer/rule death and that's the basis for the next expansion. She will become the thing she hated most, some kind of Lich Queen, but be redeemed in the end. Somehow the forces of life and death will confront her (with us along for the ride as usual) in the last raid and she will be transformed back into a living High/Blood (whatever) elf. The devs will never kill her off, and yet she can't stay undead, so this is the only other outcome. As crazy as that sounds.
The ravens taking flight could be surviving Dark Rangers that are working for Sylvanas.
I Hope these whispers won't be real.
I am telling ya...Illidan is back with the Pantheon/Sargeras to fight the Void lords with that, "Beware of Green Eyes" whisper...
Huh, this entire article is very similar to Bellular's video of 3 days ago:https://youtu.be/_gKk20Wkgm8
Six seats at the high table. Six mouths that hunger. One will consume all others.I think this refers to Yogg-Saron, the God of Death6 small mouths, 1 large mouthWhen the pantheon killed an old god, it made an explosion of corruption in pandaria, and when we beat Yogg, nothing happened, he must be out there still in some form or another, possibly the shadowlandsthe 6 seats at the high table might of been referring to the titan keepers in Ulduar watching over Yogg-Saronif pandaria is anything to go by, we have never truly killed any old god