Well, okay then. The description of the book fits the Nathrezim, the names are similar (Nathria/Nathreza/Nathrezim/Denathrius), but now you're saying the book is not only found in Ravendreth, but in the SPIRE OF THE UNSEEN GUESTS, which is literally the translation of Thal'Ketuun, which they call themselves in their tongue?Can't see how it could be more explicit, outside of a blue post saying "OH BY THE WAY THE NATHREZIM COME FROM RAVENDRETH."
I thought Dreadlords had become boring in Legion, like just another race of worthless demons from the Burning Legion, but now Blizzard is surrounding them again with that same kind of mystery we had in Warcraft III.I wonder if they are truly from Nathreza because these lore bits make it seems like they can be originated from another plane.
I wonder if Locust Walker ( I think was his name ) will be reaching out to Alleria soon. Turalyon lives to serve and do what the light decrees as absolute . Will it cause a fracture between them and a global freakin threat will be surfacing as we are learning more and absent from home.More investigations will be conducted ... I dig it .
Could it be, a new enemy that doesn't fit in with any of the major forces of void light life death order disorder and be something else? Or a combination of the two working together, stabbing each other in the back as much as each side can? Or that the Nathrezim are working with the jailor but he is not the master they ultimately serve. Just another contract per say like the burning legion, I work with you although you are now doing my bidding type thing?
The cunning ones kneel before six masters, but serve only one.
This makes no sense. You can only call upon the light as long as you believe what you're doing is right (paraphrasing here). If Lothraxion's intent is to blatantly deceive the light how does this even work?
So, I am wondering if Dreadlords are even actually Demons. Like killing Balnazzar in Nether Light Temple, did that actually kill him for good? I am starting to think they don't even originate from the Twisting Nether.
...zzzz so slow, Pyromancer already covered the whole subject.
Illidan ahead of the curve, like usual. I wonder if his obliteration of Nathreza was allowed to happen or just merely a setback for the Nathrezim.
What on earth is this title? The location of the book has been found, and the book itself references Nathrezim but the location of the book has no bearing on what it contains, why is that in the title?