So as to tease the next world of Warcraft Detailed, Shedolands, Is airing a series of animated shorts titled Blizzard. Each miniature includes one of the four areas and groups we will deal with Shedolands, And previews the main conflict for players. now, world of Warcraft Vidya is always weird, and an extension is going to be inherently weird after everyone goes to chase the ghosts. But some of the information revealed in these Afterlives shorts is truly heart-wrenching.
Seriously, holy shit
Is the basis of Shedolands Is it that everyone has a soul, and when you die, your soul is judged. From there, it is sent to a final destination. Literally all the latter are true and real, and all religions were correct. We will see four of them afterlives Shedolands, But people can go anywhere.
Draca, Thrall’s mother and a very nice woman, died and left her husband Dorton behind. You can just die and never see your loved ones again. That is also not stuff that is really worrying.
Most recently, in “Ardenveld,” we saw a long time lore dying. This is Ursok, whom we killed during the Emerald Nightmare Legion. Now, as Ardenveld struggles to survive, Ursok had to sacrifice himself. He later died.
How bizarre it is. Ursok has been around since early in the game. He has always been a pillar of Druid lore. It was a great thing to see him in Legion, actually fighting him.
I think the severity of the situation will hurt us a lot later.
– GrandBlade (spoilers here) (@BenGrandblade) September 10, 2020
what? If you die in Shadowlands, do you die in real life? What happens to what happens Double deadThe Whenever I try to prove how it works, I take mental damage.
But at least with Ursok, we only have to worry One inner heart. “Bastion” In short, we saw Ooth the Lightbringer die at the hands of Artus, an incident Warcraft 3. We find out that Uther went to Bastian, and only returned to Azeroth to cast Aristotle into super hell.
but wait. No, this is not correct. Players saw ether During wrath of the Lich King Detail, in the hall of the reflective dungeon. He has given a full speech about not wishing to forgive Arath and putting him in Super Hell!
Uther the Lightbringer says: Earth…
Uther the Lightbringer says: Alas, the protagonist of Azeroth, you give me more gifts than you know.
Uther the Lightbringer states: For a long time I have struggled to forgive the prince for his terrible crimes.
Uther the Lightbringer says: My soul has been wiped out with unbearable anxiety, dark thoughts … shoving me away from the light.
Uther the Lightbringer says: I remember that there was clearly a glimmer of pride in his eyes as he stood before me, defeating Light’s enemies …
Uther the Lightbringer states: Eager to protect his people, the cost does not matter.
Uther the Lightbringer says: This is the memory of Arthas that I want to keep in my heart.
Uther the Lightbringer says: I will always be in your debt, friend.
Uth the Lightbringer says: Thank you.
It may be a vengeance, but fans think otherwise. There is a moment in the “Bastian” short, in which players keep discussing. On Warcraft Lore subreddit a user named Dreamfisher writes:
When we see the soul of Uther leaving his body while it is still completely white. When it splits, the two pieces are blue and golden. Blue Frost is swallowed by Frostmorne, while a piece of gold goes to Bastian.
This can be a case where we have to ask, “Geez, Uther, how does the arbiter come two Soul? “And if it happened to everyone who died through Frostmorne, it has big implications. Sylvanus Winderner, one of our main antagonists, died through Frostmorne. There might be a good Sylvanus out there, And Ezeroth is saddened by the evil twin.
All this raises large-scale ethical, scientific and theological questions which I cannot even begin to answer. What happens when a soul dies? Can you have two souls If so, is one of them evil? Or are they just misunderstood? We can only wait till Shedolands And its endgame comes.