Archmage Khadgar says: It seems our victory on Argus was a hollow one. With his final blow, Sargeras has done much more than bury his blade in the heart of our world.
Archmage Khadgar says: I had hoped that after the war against the Legion, the people of Azeroth would build a new future together. But now the unity we forged has been shattered.
Archmage Khadgar says: As the life essence of Azeroth bleeds out, the leaders of the Alliance and Horde scramble to claim it as a resource. Blades are drawn, and the tides of war are rising once again.
Archmage Khadgar says: But I will not take up arms against heroes on either side. Not after all we've been through.
Archmage Khadgar says: Instead, I will go to Karazhan and confer with my old mentor, Medivh. Perhaps somewhere in his ancient texts lies the knowledge needed to heal this world.
It is always a pleasure to see you, and your new friend Captain Fairwind is most entertaining. I appreciate that you have made no attempt to persuade me to resume my public duties. The recent armistice has given me a faint glimmer of hope that one day the children of Azeroth will realize that more unites them than divide them, but I temper such expectations.
Here is the report I've prepared for you regarding the status of our current artifacts. They continue to be stored in the no-longer secret trophy room in the Menagerie area. Our old friend the Curator continues to decline, though I am attempting to repair him. For the time being, he is still erratic.