Something I just thought of. What if N'zoth has a female personality/voice and thus is referred to with female pronouns. That last page might indicate that. Same with the page about being sacrificed to crows and laughing. Old gods tend to laugh manically and not really care about their followers who follow them blindly.
"There must always be a Lich King" The first lie.....
You guys need to learn what words mean "capitulate" means to surrender, not summarize, so your opening sentence says "To resurrender, the Journal is the Dream Journal..." Misuse of words and misspellings are rampant here, it harms your image and makes you look uneducated. Not trying to be mean, like to see your site do well, its a great a site, just need to get better at those things.
Anduin is the boy-king. It is stated in that preview we just got with the Nightborne and Lorthramus (spelling, I dunno where the ' goes). He calls out Alleria for following the boy-king.I think the riddle with the sheep is about Sylvanus leading her sheep/people to ruin in the battlefield against Greymane. Aren't the worgen associated with crows?
Dark swirlies? Well that could be anyone, it could even be a box.You know how we've always wanted one of those.
The true question here is , who is the master we all share?Xavius?I dont think so.He is merely a general of the masters army.The OG?I dont see how.N'zoth is the weakest of all Old Gods.It is not clear who is next in power to Yshaarj but my guess is Yogg-Saron.But he is refered as our Creator.C'thun has nothing to do with this.Void Lords?If there is a Void Lord master then we know none and it is yet to be revealed.If we want a clearer clue I assume we need someone who has read stories of the author that joined the team.I forgot her name.There are patterns all authors follow.But if Blizzard want to shock us it will be someone that has always been with us from the beginning.But then again we get back to the very same question: who is the master?Ilgys' master is N'zoth no doubt , but he is not our master.Unless he somehow gained the ability to be a master Illusionist.
I agree that if we consider the whispers from the Old Gods side, then yes, LK might be the "boy king".I guess it is distorted for us because we all are used to the fact that this title belongs to Anduin. Even Lorthemar uses it. And nice point from Dialout to say that Anduin technically is bound to his throne. The question now is if we consider The Lich King - the first lie has been told already. What was it then? I agree with Soifon that "There must always be a Lich King" probably is not the case.Is it something LK said in the Legion then? He did act shady. And basically, whole Azeroth should now be already aware of the fact that Bolvar is the LK. Sylvanas knows it and with the artifact weapons questlines and order halls, it is quite unlikely that rest of the world would be so oblivious.