Eye of the Corruptor Whispers in Nazjatar (Speculation)



Comment by Flyn

on 2019-05-12T09:36:08-05:00

Why does in every of those theory is everyone suddenly making the void fearing Sylvanas instead of it saying the truth ? Why does in every of those theory does everyone suddenly forget the amount of undead used by the old gods forces ? The way Sylvanas is even using and listening to old gods artifacts ? The way Sylvanas war benefit only N’zoth scheme ? We all knows the answer.r
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You also said that in “a thousand years of war” there was a vision of Alleria serving N’zoth while it wasn’t true at all She saw herself killing it and taking its place, leading a throng of horrors to consume every nation. It was a vision of Alleria killing N’zoth and taking it’s place.

Comment by perculia

on 2019-05-12T09:37:36-05:00

Why does in every of those theory is everyone suddenly making the void fearing Sylvanas instead of it saying the truth ? Why does in every of those theory does everyone suddenly forget the amount of undead used by the old gods forces ? The way Sylvanas is even using and listening to old gods artifacts ? The way Sylvanas war benefit only N’zoth scheme ? We all knows the answer.

You also said that in “a thousand years of war” there was a vision of Alleria serving N’zoth while it wasn’t true at all She saw herself killing it and taking its place, leading a throng of horrors to consume every nation. It was a vision of Alleria killing N’zoth and taking it’s place.

Hey, the part of the quote we are referring to there is “She saw herself kneeling before the One Who Slumbers beneath Azeroth’s waves.” But if we look at the other quote you mentioned, ascending to the throne after N’Zoth and carrying out a military campaign to destroy all nations, with throng of horrors likely meaning members of the Black Empire, is also carrying out his dreams for the Black Empire.

Comment by Maljinwo

on 2019-05-12T09:58:29-05:00

Sylvanas is such a big threat that she already died 3 times with her plans failing and growing more desperate each timer
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There’s only one Queen.r
Queen Talanji

Comment by Lischer

on 2019-05-12T10:30:14-05:00

Why does in every of those theory is everyone suddenly making the void fearing Sylvanas instead of it saying the truth ? Why does in every of those theory does everyone suddenly forget the amount of undead used by the old gods forces ?

I can’t say I recall the undead being a major part of any one of their forces; the origin of almost all of Warcraft’s undead goes back to the Burning Legion, which was formed as an antagonistic response to Void Lord/Old God corruption in the universe.

C’Thun pretty much only used the silithid and qiraji; Yogg-Saron’s name is uttered with complete contempt by the Scourge (“the Search for Slinkin” quest in Northrend), and his forces are corrupted titanic creatures and n’raqi, the latter of which are also aligned with the Old Gods in general; Y’Shaarj is only associated with the aqir, especially those that became the mantid, and the sha, who only came to exist after its death.

Meanwhile, from what we’ve seen of N’Zoth, his forces are composed of the naga and the Nightmare.

Edit: Also, the Elemental Lords, of course. Can’t forget that they worked for the Old Gods.

Comment by Gelato

on 2019-05-12T10:40:28-05:00

Thought I had escaped those Windrunner faces…

Comment by Tombsv

on 2019-05-12T10:44:47-05:00

Hey listen.r
Hey listen.r
Hey listen!

Comment by tboss2447

on 2019-05-12T10:54:09-05:00

Why does in every of those theory is everyone suddenly making the void fearing Sylvanas instead of it saying the truth ? Why does in every of those theory does everyone suddenly forget the amount of undead used by the old gods forces ?r
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I can’t say I recall the undead being a major part of any one of their forces; the origin of almost all of Warcraft’s undead goes back to the Burning Legion, which was formed as an antagonistic response to Void Lord/Old God corruption in the universe. r
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C’Thun pretty much only used the silithid and qiraji; Yogg-Saron’s name is uttered with complete contempt by the Scourge (“the Search for Slinkin” quest in Northrend), and his forces are corrupted titanic creatures and n’raqi, the latter of which are also aligned with the Old Gods in general; Y’Shaarj is only associated with the aqir, especially those that became the mantid, and the sha, who only came to exist after its death.r
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Meanwhile, from what we’ve seen of N’Zoth, his forces are composed of the naga and the Nightmare.r
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Edit: Also, the Elemental Lords, of course. Can’t forget that they worked for the Old Gods.r
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if i remember right, g’huun used undead, his servant zul even raises the first zandalari king into undeath

Comment by Noraver

on 2019-05-12T10:54:42-05:00

Pretty sure “She threatens the king” is most likely talking about The Lich King, to be honest.r
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She knows she’s going to have to do something in order to keep the Forsaken alive; one Valkyr is not enough. Taking the crown to create a limitless army of undead and Forsaken? That’s more her style.

Comment by EndlessVoid

on 2019-05-12T10:54:59-05:00

I’m truly shocked with the fact that nobody have notice some similarities with Kerrigan (Queen of Blades) from Starcraft. They both were let say “Normal” then betrayed/killed , turned into something else , had desire to conquer and killed millions. In the end somehow a murderer turned a hero against the face of true enemy.r
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The same I see the story of Sylvanas, everybody hates her but as it seems she will take the role of a hero in the end. As in my opinion Blizzard will copy paste the same scenario from Starcraft to World of Warcraft.r
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Both SC and WoW have Void. And in Both SC and Wow as Kerrigan as Sylvanas is a big Threat to the void.r
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Well to be honest I hope it won’t be the same story end. BUT if it will , welcome to copy paste Blizzard 😀

Comment by Drathy

on 2019-05-12T11:00:44-05:00

The queen threatens the king. There is no way to win. Listen.r
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Im more on the Sylvanas threatens Magni’s (and N’Zoth’s) plan, since Magni has been made a pawn. Probably Sylvanas is going to use our heart power for her own “endgame” with the help of the dagger sucking all the power into it so we are powerless again for the next expansion.

Comment by Lischer

on 2019-05-12T11:05:08-05:00

if i remember right, g’huun used undead, his servant zul even raises the first zandalari king into undeath

True. Still seems strange for Flyn to be talking about “the amount of undead” working for the Old Gods as though that were an immense number when they make up what seems to me to be a minuscule fraction of their forces, especially since we can’t be sure G’Huun was in league with the others; it was, after all, a creation of the Titans’ experiments, rather than one of those that the Void Lords sent to Azeroth in its early years.

Edit: I accidentally a word.

Comment by tboss2447

on 2019-05-12T11:05:14-05:00

The queen threatens the king. There is no way to win. Listen.r
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Im more on the Sylvanas threatens Magni’s (and N’Zoth’s) plan, since Magni has been made a pawn. Probably Sylvanas is going to use our heart power for her own “endgame” with the help of the dagger sucking all the power into it so we are powerless again for the next expansion.r
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if that is the case sylvanas is too late, because the titan energy that we have been collecting in the heart gets used by azshara to weaken the chains

Comment by Drathy

on 2019-05-12T11:09:21-05:00

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if that is the case sylvanas is too late, because the titan energy that we have been collecting in the heart gets used by azshara to weaken the chainsr
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Is that confirmed already? I know she plans to do that but wouldnt that disempower our neckpiece already? Since we get all these new essences and higher levels with it.

Comment by vindurza

on 2019-05-12T11:12:14-05:00

I wonder if it will have unique dialogue for those who visit with the gift

Comment by Drathy

on 2019-05-12T11:14:07-05:00

I wonder if it will have unique dialogue for those who visit with the giftr
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Oh, there is the answer! People with the gift will have their hearts drained 🙂

Comment by tboss2447

on 2019-05-12T11:15:50-05:00

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if that is the case sylvanas is too late, because the titan energy that we have been collecting in the heart gets used by azshara to weaken the chainsr
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Is that confirmed already? I know she plans to do that but wouldnt that disempower our neckpiece already? Since we get all these new essences and higher levels with it.r
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we are missing a cinematic but the post raid dialogue seems to confirm that azshara was successful in her goal and nzoth escape is now inevitable. they then go on to say that divided they have no hope to defeat n’zoth but sylvanas will not allow them to make peace so lor’themar goes team rebel.r
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here is the broadcast speech of the post raid dialogue r
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Lor’themar: Our victory rings hollow. Azshara’s master will rise. Nothing can stop that now.r
Jaina: For all her lies, Priscilla Ashvane spoke one truth. The war between the Alliance and Horde has kept us distracted. Divided, we have no hope against N’Zoth.r
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Lor’themar: We may have found common cause here in Nazjatar, but the battle still rages beyond these waters. So long as Sylvanas holds Orgrimmar, there can be no lasting peace.tr
Jaina: The war needs to end, Lor’themar. You know this to be true.r
Lor’themar: I had hoped that reason would prevail. But the time has come to finish this.tr
Lor’themar: I will tell my people what transpired here. Of how Azshara fell because we stood together. Of the threat rising from the depths, and all that is at stake if we should fail.tr
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Lor’themar: Then I will take my place beside Saurfang and Thrall, and pray that the sin’dorei stand with me.

Comment by Drathy

on 2019-05-12T11:17:39-05:00

Maybe Azshara’s death or the massive energy from the fight itself will weaken the chains?

Comment by tboss2447

on 2019-05-12T11:27:24-05:00

Maybe Azshara’s death or the massive energy from the fight itself will weaken the chains?r
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i doubt it was azshara’s death or nzoth would have killed her long ago. as for the second one, who knows we still have a missing cinematic that we have to wait for.

Comment by shadowedscholar

on 2019-05-12T11:43:56-05:00

For some reason when I read this part “Eye of the Corruptor: The queen threatens the king. There is no way to win. Listen.”, I interpreted as neither Anduin nor Magni. Instead I think it may refer to Bolvar. She’s gathering power, she intends to master death, and he is truly the master of the dead. What better way to ensure a future for yourself and your people than by seizing the reins of the Lich King for herself.

Comment by MsWeatherwax

on 2019-05-12T12:12:16-05:00

Anything involving Sylvanas after WoTLK has been written so poorly, if you guys here at WoWhead are right it’ll be the end of WoW for sure, there’s a limit to how much shoddy, disgustingly amateurish storytelling people can stomach, you know.



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