World of Warcraft: Dragonflight alpha is in full swing right now, and as key story points for the upcoming expansion wrap up, recent talks show a fan-favorite character in action. This is a great sacrifice.
It’s important to note that the conversation about processed data has no additional in-game context that could fully explain what’s going on. It may also be missing or altered in some way as it was taken from the alpha version of the game. Still, many players aren’t thrilled with what it takes to talk about the fate of a particular Alliance leader. Possible spoilers for Dragonflight are below..
The database-driven dialogue (via Wowhead) is a conversation between Night Elf leaders Tyrande and Malfurion, possibly the greatest power couple in the Warcraft universe. In it, Tyrande demands the return of Green Dragonflight leader Isera, who was killed during the events of the Legion’s expansion and whose soul is currently buried in the Shadow Realm. The dialogue seems to imply that Malfurion will sacrifice his soul to Ysera, but it’s unclear exactly how this will work. Here’s a snippet of that dialogue:
- Tyrande: Isra, I want you to fly.
- Tyrande: We need you.
- Tyrande: Whatever the cost of your return to Azeroth, say it.
- Malfurion: Tyrande…
- Tyrande: Tell us!
- Malfurion: I.
- Malfurion: I should stay behind.
- Tyrande: What?
- Malfurion: Ysera knows, but she never asked me.
- Pulling: No
- Tyrande: We’ll find another way.
- Malfurion: When he died for me in Val’Shara, it was not his time.
- Malfurion: And now… the balance can be restored.
Tyrande asks Malfurion to stay and tries to go with him, but that night reveals that his elves need Tyrande’s leadership. The conversation ends with Tyrande telling her husband: “I really dream of a night where we can relax together…”.
Malfurion is certainly no stranger to sitting in the backseat for long periods of time. In Warcraft III, the druid leader slept for thousands of years before being awakened by Tyrande to fight the Burning Legion. Despite being one of the most powerful mortals in Azeroth, he has mostly been on the sidelines in recent years, with Tyrande usually being the face of the night-elves.
This is why many fans, especially Night Elf players, are raving about Malfurion’s potential victim, although it’s not entirely clear whether the character was somehow murdered or sent to the Shadowlands where he was in theory. could return at some point. point. Night Elves has generally struggled with the last two expansions. During the genocide war, their homes were burned during the battle of Azeroth, leaving them with refugees living in Stormwind, the alliance’s capital. While the night-elves tried to build a new world tree to call their home, the creation of the tree’s seed required the sacrifice of many night-elves spirits (volunteers). Now Malfurion is asked to introduce himself. Night elves can’t take a break.
When he goes to the Shadowlands, Malfurion is not the first main character to be stranded in the underworld. The alliance’s leader, Anduin, remains in exile, presumably in the Shadowlands, and Sylvanas is sentenced to indefinitely collect lost souls there as atonement for various war crimes.
Dragonflight’s latest alpha story has fans speculating about where Blizzard’s MMORPG story will go next. Other conversations in Alpha suggest that the game’s story has progressed for several years.
Dragonflight is on track for a release by the end of the year, although Blizzard hasn’t set a specific date yet. Check out our Dragonflight hands-on preview to learn more about Dragonflight, including the new Dracthyr race and Invoker class. On the other hand, the WoW mobile MMO game, which has been in development for over three years, has been canceled.
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