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How did this man ignore the OLD GOD STAINED GLASS at the end??
Nelthrian IS Deathwing, clearly you are want playing wow in cataclysm expansion
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DRcwYDOEjBo&t=11m32s 11:32 that window shows Deathwing aswell, its his face
Reason why there is a picture of deathwing is bcs old gods often show the future of what you will become so thats what neltharion saw he would become and you can also see he is holding azeroth combined that was his destiny
The last room with the last boss looks like Void theme I think dragonflight story line will lead to Void Lords expansion. Still Il'gynoth words make sense.
In Nyal'otha, Il'gynoth whispers us several prophecies of the future.
With Dragonflight leaks being prominent recently, one prophecy has made itself clear:
Five lanterns now darkened. The flames they seek will light the Masters' way.
So these Five Lanterns would be the five dragonflights that have lost their aspect power (now darkened).
In seeking to reignite their flames (heritage, dragon isles), it looks like they may inadvertently allow the void lords to Azeroth?
My theory about the artwork of Deathwing is that maybe N'Zoth showed Neltharion visions of the future since it seems N'Zoth can see the future. Which would explain why there's artwork of Deathwing and not Neltharion.
DRcwYDOEjBo&t=4m19s 4:19 yeah.... BWL
The next raid has definetly nothing to do with Chromie rewinding time to fight Galakrond.
Take a drink everytime he says 'so'.
Feels like the final boss fight is in some kind of pocket dimension
Really cool looking raid., though a bit mono-thematic, overly red and dim. We haven't seen it live, so hard to judge the final product, but what I miss a bit in level design of the most recent raids is the "interactivity" of the zone. I do prefer situations, in which you defeat some kind of stone colosal, which break down and serves as a bridge, just like Kologarn.
I'm pretty surprised that they do not create dragon encounters like Atramedes when they have an opportunity to do so.
From what I understand, the final boss is full of night sky stuff because the final boss is being driven mad from trying to claim the void power that turned Neltharian into Deathwing, and is literally ripping portals in space to try and draw more and more power to defeat you.
As a result, this entire place is kind of being pulled into the void and reality is shattering locally, which is a very cool effect
Also an explanation for the Deathwing portrait in that one room could also be explained by void. We know that the void often whispers prophecies to people who wield it, speaking of potential futures and timelines of which only part of it ends up being true. It’s possible Neltharian/Deathwing or his followers heard about the Dragon Soul and made that mural to commemorate it as “this is the future we will claim”, as they did with the other one down below of Deathwing flying over the world instead of trying to support and protect it.
Overall, this looks very cool and I’m excited to see how it looks in game as well as how the bosses pan out
Dracthyr heritage armor get is difficult
Super Mario advanced 2 fortress theme vibes
As an Elden Ring enthusiast, that last boss area brought some really heavy Nokstella vibes for me. Really awesome looking raid all-around.
The Painting in the final room looks a lot like Y'Shaarj. Really curious on how that's going to play out. The Entire raid is so beautiful though, I can't wait to see it in 10.1
Thank you for this! As a PVPer, I’m always curious of how the raids look