I love that they're brining everyone back.I have to wonder though... if Genn crossed over like other leaders have...Would he find Liam? At this point thats the best way to give him closure, or let Worgen players relay a message to Genn when we return to Azeroth.
Most underrated npc EVER, sad he's not one of the four horseman.
What the hell is he doing in the Shadowlands? I'm pretty sure I left him cleaning the latrine in my Garrison for the past 5 years or so.
He was cursed into being undead, stuck as a ghost.
I remember the complaints from blizzard devs about how badly they are treated. I bet nobody gets these props nowadays since nobody stays there for 5+ years
So, what about Sylvanas's Val'kyr? It kind of doesn't make sense.
That made me remember that Nazgrim also died... but then he was resurrected as DK.That makes me wonder... how does that work in Shadowlands? If you become a spirit in Shadowlands after death... how do you get reanimated as Death Knight? Especially since Nazgrim was raised a long time after he was buried. Does a Kyrian come, yank him from his designated after life and hurls him back? Or does he just disappear from his designated afterlife and immediately appears in his undead body again? If a soul can instantaneously travel like that based on external events, why Kyrians even exist? The soul could appear in front of the Arbiter after death like that as well.Or maybe his soul gets split somehow like Uther's? And that naturally happens every time, not just when killed by Frostmourne? But that would mean that one half of the soul is always somehow lingering on Azeroth, never going to Shadowlands. It would kinda explain why many characters after being raised to Undeath change in personality and become... evil. But strange that with Uther, it was the other way round. The evil part of his soul went to Shadowlands, and the good one remained on Azeroth.
My favorite character from Mists of Pandaria has returned! This is what I've been waiting for!