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Last week we began our siege upon suramar where we ended up with our troops frozen in
time and our spy on the inside, Lyleth, she should have warned us about this, but she
There has been no word from her in some time.
This cannot be a coincidence.
Now we need to go out and investigate what’s going on with Ly’leth.
Only the most vigilant scryers could have detected her message and Thalyssra believes
that the only spot possible to do this from would be the terrace of enlightenment.
The duskwatch must have set up a listening post there so we check the crying orbs for
traces of Ly’leth’s message.
Scry 1: “Thalyssra, I hope this message finds you well.
I have just come from an emergency council regarding the Horde and Alliance forces amassing
Scry 2: “Elisande has appointed a new first arcanist: a dreadful woman named Andaris.
Together they are working on a massive enchantment to break the siege.”
Scry 3: “An attack on the main gate is ill-advised, but there may be another way.
Andaris has dispatched her arcanists to the Sanctum of Order.”
Scry 4: “It seems there is some kind of breach that runs beneath the Nightwell and
into the palace itself!
They are trying to seal it, but I am sure you can find a way to- “
“Someone’s coming...Who are you?!
How dare you!
Do you know who I am?!”
Ly’leth appears to be taken captive but before they took her, she was able to send
out a vital piece of information.
We must investigate this breach she spoke of immediately!
I sense energies converging below, but aggressive guardians bar my way.
I need you to clear a path.”
Let us get a closer look...Say, this is impressive spell work.”
“A mana bore, perhaps?
This requires a great deal of power to maintain.”
“It is not attached to the Nightwell, but to the ley lines.
Yet we control them, so how can she...ah, yes.
The Nightwell is so overloaded that they could not spare anything for this seal.
Instead, they are borrowing power from the ley lines.
Valtrois has traced one of their power sources to Kel’balor so that’s our next destination
to figure out how best to disable this barrier.
“Ah, you have arrived.
I expected to find something here but...
“ “This ley line is being leeched, but I cannot
I have an idea.”
“A clever cloaking spell, but what is that device?
Casts her magics, protect her from ley line channelers.
“Hmm... they are redirecting a portion of the ley line’s power directly to the Sanctum
I am hesitant to take any action at this point.
I’ll return to Shal ‘aran and continue my research.”
Our assault on the front gates couldn’t have gone any worse, but there’s still hope.
Valtrois will do some more research as to how we’re going to lower the shield and
now we also know why Ly’leth wasn’t sending any more sweet messages.
Week 8: We distribute the latest batch of the Arcan’dor fruit and then a new message
waits for us but sadly it’s not from Ly’leth.
“Poor Thalyssra... you try so hard to save your people, yet you cut them off from the
one thing that can restore them!
I fear Ly’leth shall pay the price for your arrogance.”
“Let us test the mettle of your rebellion!
Send your best to face me at Ly’leth’s estate...before I bring in more citizens for...questioning!”
“I will take the teleporter to the estate and bring our most powerful Withered.
Meet me there.”
“Elisande made YOU first arcanist?
The pickings must have been slim indeed.
Release Ly’leth now!”
This is what you bring?
An outlander and a pack of mindless, mana-starved corpses?
You have fallen on hard times indeed.”
“I’ll show you what these corpses can do.
“As if I would bother with facing you myself.
“The Withered...defeated so easily by fel magic.
Please...save those you can.
My wounds...are of no concern!"
The newly appointed first arcanist, this Andaris is dangerous and all the hours we’ve spend
guiding our withered through the collapsed tunnels of Falanaar seems to be for nothing.
They’re weak to fel magic, something that our enemy has in abundance, so after saving
a few of the terrified citizens, it’s time to get back to some training and come up with
Oculeth has a plan which requires specific coordinates to allow him to focus his teleportation
with extreme accuracy so we go about following the shiny light and doing some readings.
While he shifts through the gathered data, Thallysra sends us out with the withered into
“The fel crystals anchor the Legion’s power here.
We should see what the Withered can do against them.”
We toss some mana onto the fel crystal which lures the withered into trying to devour it.
Getting in touch with the fel deals incredible amounts of damage to them.
You can almost hear them scream in torment, but their addiction pushes them on, pushes
them through the pain as they devour all that delicious fel magic.
“I’ve seen enough.
I believe I can dampen the effect of fel magic on the Withered.
Go to the Soul Engine and I will send new subjects your way.”
“That worked even better than expected!
I shall continue to refine my work for the next step.”
Those poor, poor withered...
In the meantime Oculeth has another job for us, in order to advance his studies he will
need a bit of equipment from his workshop.
4 discarded orbs and some telemancy notes are brought back and now the fun can begin.
In the next test Thalyssra sends us to fight with some felborne who have begun to expand
their grasp beyond the city’s reach.
Their outpost leader, Valthis Ama’ran serves Andaris directly and now is the perfect time
to put our withered training and Oculeth’s devices to the test.
With the readings we’ve gathered and the additional fel resistance added to our withered,
we’re now able to out pokeballs and call upon them at will.
No longer does the fel one shot them and we’ve gained a new powerful tool for our arsenal.
“The telemancy orbs are working perfectly.
Best we keep this quiet until we’re ready for the real push.”
Week 9, the last week and another piece of fruit to hand out.
Valtrois has finished her research and has come up with a plan.
There are several key archway locations through Suramar that harness the power necessary for
the sanctums energy barrier.
We’re send out to these locations with a energy disruptor and by placing them while
avoiding the enemies and traps within the areas, we’re able to remotely break the
link simultaneously, causing the barrier to fall.
Oculeth will teleport us into breach and then it’s up to us to secure the area.
We won’t be alone though, we have our telemancy orbs to back us up in case anything goes wrong.
“Very well, I shall begin.
When I am finished, all the devices we have ‘adjusted’ will cease working.”
“It is done.
The barrier should be down.”
“I will open the portal.
The element of surprise will be in your favor!”
“If anything goes wrong, have your Withered at the ready.
Good luck hero.”
What just happened?!”
“You think we didn’t notice your skullduggery?!
Your old tricks are no match for true sorcery!”
“I don’t know how they co-opted my spell, it shouldn’t be – “
“We have prepared for the possibility of discovery.
With the telemancy orbs and the fel-resistant Withered, you have the tools required to secure
“It seems you are unable to enter.
Find the power source for that barrier and take it down.”
Those casters are using generators to shield the Sanctum.
“Training those Withered scum....how distasteful!
Dalion, defend the entrance!
Slay my foes!”
Kill Dalion and his troops
“Now that Andaris’s dog is put down, you should have access to the building.
Get to the breach!”
Reach the bottom of the sanctum of order, kill demons and duskwatcher
“You’ll go no further!
I’ll die before I allow you entrance to the Nighthold!”
Fight the guards
“Andaris has made a critical mistake!
Her shield is vulnerable to the WIthered.
Drop some in a safe spot and they will leech the magic in her shield.”
“We are chosen to rule!”
Withered draining all that delicious fel energy while we fight duskwatch spellblade
“More Withered tricks!
I shall not fail Elisande!
You will fall!”
Andaris Narassin is our last obstacle in the road towards the nighthold.
She has gone way into the fel, but thankfully are withered are now far more prepared than
ever before and together we’re able to put her down and clear the way.
“Andaris was the key to their defenses.
Telemancy is working inside the Sanctum again.
I’m sending Thalyssra and Khadgar to your location.”
“With her finest arcanist dead, I doubt Elisande will send reinforcements.
We have the breach.
“I can sense the Nightwell from here.
Elisande must truly be desperate to overload the Nightwell like this!”
“Once we break the time lock holding our forces, Gul’dan will fall.
The Withered won’t last long in there, hero.
Gather an elite group of champions to fight your way through.
I’m sure you’re familiar with such tactics.
We’ll be right behind you, of course.”
As we speak, Gul’dan is using the Nightwell’s power to pull Sargeras into our world.
They have separated Illidan’s soul from his body, ready to be a vessel for the dark
titan and they possess the final pillar of creation that we need in order to shut the
gateway at the Tomb of Sargeras.
Thalyssra and all those that have joined the rebellion have worked very hard, have sacrificed
so much to put a stop to all of this and now it’s up to us to gather our allies, venture
forth and defeat anything and everything that the Nighthold has in store...
A big thank you to Savage and his guild Scrubs from SIlvermoon – EU for being my allies
and carry my butt through the nighthold.
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With our allies gathered, the journey into the Nighthold starts at the bottom with a
couple of scorpions here and there, until we find the big daddy of the place.
Thalyssra: “What madman thought to infuse this creature with the Nightwell’s power?
Have a care.
If this abomination was created to protect lower reaches of the citadel from invaders,
it must be particularly deadly.
Deep within the foundations of the Nighthold, beneath the sea, lie long-forgotten vaults
that give access to the Nightwell itself.
This monstrous armored scorpid has made its home in one of the vaults and in order to
move forward, we’ll have to put him down, so we do just that.
Thalyssra: “This is a momentous day, my friends.
Until the Legion came, no outsider was permitted inside the corridors of the Nighthold for
“Now the fate of my people rests in the hands of outsiders...all of you....to save
us from the terrible bargain made by our queen.”
I have no idea how such an entity came to be, but the essence of the Nightwell is surging
Tendrils of power are emanating from the aberration.
I believe Elisande is using this creature to maintain the time lock spell.
In order to free our allies at the gate, this monstrosity must be destroyed!”
At the base of the Nightwell we find a maelstrom of raw energy as the power to fuel an entire
civilization courses from the earth.
From this chaos the Chronomatic Anomaly was born, an embodiment of the power of the Eye
This being holds power over time which is not that strange considering that the bronze
dragon Nozdorume, the aspect of time was also empowered by Aman’thul.
“My time has come”
Despite time being against us, we’re still able to defeat this creature and free our
allies outside from the spell that keeps them frozen in time.
Thalyssra: “The time lock is broken!
They are free!”
Khadgar: “No doubt our forces will be disoriented.
I will inform them what happened and see that they make ready to resume our assault.”
From here, we can open the gates from the inside and gain access to the palace grounds.
We do have an obstacle in our way namely Trilliax.
This construct was once a proud servant of the nightborne aristocracy that has a bit
of trouble with picking a personality.
Trilliax: “The master has returned!
We must ensure the household is immaculate.”
Trilliax: “That’s not the master, imbecile!
Unless he manages to claw his way out from under two tons of solid stone.”
Trilliax: “Oeeeeee, that would be impressive...considering I still have his hands in a jar.”
Trilliax: “Please, don’t say such things!
The master is back, and things need to be kept tidy.”
The first time I heard this dialogue I actually thought there were more discarded servants
in this area, but nope...all of that comes from trilliax himself.
Some of you asked me if his master is known, but sadly I couldn’t any information on
It seems like he’s been discarded here for quite some time and the switch on his core
labeled “personality setting” has eroded away completely explaining why goes from insane
to homicidal sterilizer back to doting caretaker.
His masters demise was probably by his hands and we try not to drop too much blood on his
clean floors, politely decline his murderous cakes until the construct falls.
“Pain is an effective teacher and I endeavor to learn your lesson, master.”
Thalyssra: “The palace grounds are just ahead.
You’ll find them even more heavily defended than the lower levels.”
We move up the stairs into the Nighthold with the citizens crying out in fear at the sight
of the outsiders.
It’s a shame that they don’t allow outsiders in since the city looks absolutely gorgeous
and once the area is cleared, it’s time to fight Spellblade Aluriel, Captain of the
“I let you strike first and that’s the best you can do?”
Aluriel always had an affinity for magic and a natural talent with the sword which allowed
her to rise through the ranks of the Nightguard without any effort.
Yet no matter how strong she became, she always wanted more.
Her weapons and armor were forged in the Nightwell itself, magical spells weaved into the precious
She is the first spellblade who conquered the schools of fire, frost and arcane and
she uses all that knowledge and skill against us.
With her death, our forces move further in, well happy with us doing the hard work, as
we make our way through the nightspire unto the shattered walkway, the bridge that used
to connect Suramar to the temple of Elune or as most know it as today, the Tomb of Sargeras.
There we see Felweaver Pharamere, Chaos Mage Beleron and Summoner Xiv hard at work at making
the waters around us deadly and green.
They’re using their fel magic to restore Krosus, the one who was called upon by Gul’dan
to smite Tirion Fordring and nearly end his life.
“Come then...meet your end!”
The combined might of the alliance and horde were able to force Krosus to retreat, but
that’s been quite a while and the doom lord is ready for round 2.
This gigantic monster not only uses his master over fel against us, he also chips away the
very ground that we’re standing on.
“I will shatter your world!”
Now that’s simply not fair, but thankfully he’s not smart enough to immediately destroy
all of the bridge and send us to our felwatery graves giving us enough time to defeat him
and avenge Tirion Fordring.
Archmage Khadgar yells: “That was for Tirion Fordring, monster!
Krosus may have not struck the killing blow, but he played a part in our great champion's
The image of Khadgar is kind enough to give us a boost back up into the Nighthold and
he senses that Gul’dan ritual is growing in power, so we must hurry.
We move back into the area where we defeated Aluriel and there we find our missing agent,
there we find Ly’leth Lunastre.
“Ah, free at last!
Thank you outlander.
I told Aluriel you would come to rescue me and she merely laughed.
Well who is laughing now?”
And that’s it.
She’s been missing for weeks, who knows what happened to her, but she doesn’t really
seem troubled by it.
She just thanks us for rescuing her and walks away.
At least she doesn’t suddenly switch sides or mysteriously finds her weapon, what can
ya do, let’s move on into the captains quarters where the dreadlord Tichondrius awaits.
“Incompetent mortal filth!
These Nightborne can’t even defend their own palace from invasion!
If it were up to me...
Ah, but I suppose we will reward our ‘allies’ soon enough.
Until then, I’ll amuse myself by cleaning up their mess!”
Tichondrius, leader of the Nathrezim was slain during the War of the Ancients by Huln Highmountain,
only to be send back to twisting nether, reform and make a return during Warcraft 3.
He was send by Kil’jaeden to keep an eye on Arthas and Ner’zhul the Lich King to
make sure that their plans would come to fruition.
They were successful in summoning Archimonde into the world who figured that the Lich King
was of no use to them anymore and he handed over leadership of the scourge to Tichondrius.
This allowed the Lich King to put his own plans in motion since he wasn’t too happy
with serving the legion.
Arthas informed Illidan about the skull of Gul’dan, our Gul’dan, a powerful artifact
which was being used to corrupt their forests.
With its power, Illidan was able to banish Tichondrius from their lands, but again this
merely send him back to the twisting nether.
With the latest invasion of Azeroth the dreadlord has returned once more, to burn this world
to a husk and ensure that alternate Gul’dan does not once again fail his masters.
Get in here!”
Not even the aid of the incompetent mortal filth is enough to stand against us and I
assume that the lord of the Nathrezim is once again going to spend time recovering in the
“But I...was supposed too....win...”
We go back outside, through the area where we defeated Aluriel, into the astromancer’s
rise, probably one of the most beautiful fights and also one of the more interesting ones.
“If only you knew what lay beyond...”
Star Augur Etraeus is an astromancer that has spent many years of research scouring
the skies of Azeroth searching for answers to the great mysteries of the universe.
His scrying has shown him worlds beyond our understanding.
“Such insolence...very well.
I shall show you!
See for yourself the cruel, frozen void that lies beyond the margin of Azeroth’s skies!”
The powers of the Nightwell allow him to draw upon the essence of these worlds to amplify
his power, starting off with a frozen planet which lies beyond the margin of Azeroth’s
I was wondering if this planet was supposed to be Azeroth or not since we don’t see
the recognizable maelstrom that we know from globes, but it does seem to have the same
moons as Azeroth does.
Perhaps just a planet nearby?
I have no idea, but the second one is a bit easier to decipher.
“The Burning Legion.
Slayers of whole worlds.
Could we hope to resist?
This is a planet, like so many, that has been conquered by the Legion, but let’s not forget
why Sargeras decided to form the Burning Legion and start his burning crusade in the first
“Is that not enough?
Must I show you the true horror of our reality?
Very well....witness what I have seen, and TREMBLE!
Avatars of non-existence...knowing nothing but hunger.
These are the beings who will devour the future you so futilely fight to protect!”
The third and final planet shows one taken over by the voidlords and their minions the
The voidlords seek to twist reality into a realm of eternal torment.
They were envious of the titans power who were going about bringing life and order to
the universe and they sought to make them into an instrument of the will.
They found that they were unable to corrupt the titans so they figured they’d just attack
them while vulnerable, while they were still slumbering as a world soul.
From the void they send out the old gods to infect the planets and once Sargeras found
out about their plans, he knew that action had to be taken.
If the powers of the void were successful in corrupting a slumbering titan, it would
awaken as an unspeakable dark creature.
No power in creation, not even that of the pantheon could stand against it.
In time this warped titan would consume all matter and energy in the universe bringing
every mote of existence under the void lords will.
Sargeras recruited the demons into his legion with the mission of burning away all creation.
Only then could the titans stand a chance at stopping the void lords.
In Sargeras’ mind even a lifeless universe was better than one dominated by the void.
Life had taken root in the cosmos before, perhaps after they scoured it of its corruption,
life would take root once again.
As you probably know, Azeroth itself is also infected with the old gods and it also has
a slumbering world soul, part of the reason why our planet is such a target for the Legion.
There’s more to be said here especially when it comes to speculation for what might
the future bring, but I want to dedicate a video to that later this week, hopefully on
wednesday, where I’ll go further into the hints that we have so far and speculate a
little bit about the future.
“Do not think...the future will be so easy.”
We leave the eternal observatory behind and move into a different part of the nighthold,
the shal’dorei terrace.
High Botanist Tel’arn: “Suramar owes its beauty to my blooms!
I alone have mastered the delicate intertwining of magic into nature’s grand cycle.
Not much shocking I can say about Tel’arn, he has been fascinated by plant life ever
since he was a young nightborne and with the aid of the energies from the Nightwell, he
has transformed himself into a plant, something that he considers to be far, far greater than
being an elf.
Throughout the fight he splits up into different parts, eventually ending up with a nature
side, a solar side and his arcanist side.
Some of you did ask why exactly we fight him and that’s because their strongest mages
and warriors must fall before we can hope to face Gul'dan, basically he’s an ally
of Elisande and therefor her has to die.
We backtrack into the area where we defeated Aluriel, into the Nightspire and now that
we’ve secured the lower areas, it’s time to take the portal up and confront Grand Magistrix
“I foresaw your coming, of course.
The threads of fate that led you to this place.
Your desperate attempt to stop the Legion.
My people faced a similar dilemma.
I peered into all possible futures in search of an answer...and found only one.
The Legion’s victory is inevitable.
Every time stream shows it to be so.
Had we resisted, they would have taken the Nightwell by force and left us bereft of it.
I could not allow my people to starve, to waste away without its energies sustaining
So a bargain was struck.
Now I see future where the Legion is victorious and my people endure.
This is the thread that must be preserved.
I will do everything in my power to make it so.
Your deaths ensure the future of the Nightborne.
Come forward, then.
Let us speed you toward your fate.”
With the powers of the nightwell at her side, Elisande has control over time, using her
energy to stop the flow of time for everyone but herself.
She then sends us back in time and resetting the fight before she’s killed.
This does drain her energy significantly, something she’s not able to keep up for
“Time shifts again, and your doom draws near!”
Where once Elisande resisted the Legion and stepped away from their queen Azshara, now
her scrying has showed her that joining the Legion was the only way.
She has seen a future where the Legion wins and her people endure, but you have to wonder
how that would work out considering Tichondrius was planning on rewarding their allies soon
You might think that she’d see reason before it’s too late, see that now we have the
arcan’dor and the forces to fight back that now is the time to switch sides, but unfortunately
she clings to the future she has seen and we have to bring her down.
It’s ... not possible...I was destined to win...”
“In all the possible futures I scryed, I did not foresee one in which you were victorious.
Will you defeat the Legion?
Will you fail?
Time eddies about you in fits and starts.
Nothing is certain!
Perhaps you will win...”
Have to admit, her fortune telling skills could use some work, would have prevented
a lot of problems.
The echo of Elisande gives us her support as we take one final portal into the Font
of Night where the last boss awaits...
Now heads up, naturally I’m going to talk about the final encounter of the Nighthold
but I’m also going to tell you what happens on Mythic mode so be warned...spoilers ahead.
Gul’dan: “Ah yes, the heroes have arrived.
But your arrogance will be your undoing!
Have you forgotten your humiliation on the Broken Shore?
Alliance: “How your precious high king was bent and broken before me?
Will you beg for your lives as he did, whimpering like some worthless dog?
Horde: “Have you forgotten your humiliation on the Broken Shore?
How your mighty warchief was stuck in the belly like a helpless piglet.
Will you die slowly as he did, consumed by fel corruption and squealing for a merciful
“Your pathetic Alliance will fall to dust.
Your new boy-king will bow down and serve me...as will all of you!
“Your pathetic horde will fall to dust, in the end death will inherit this world and
she will be waiting...”
“The husk of Illidan will prove an ideal vessel for my master’s glory.
Sargeras will rise, and together we will watch your world burn!
Let the endgame begin!”
What began with our Garrosh being send to alternate Draenor has now come to its climax
here at the top of the Nighthold.
Gul’dan locks himself in the eye of aman’thul, working on the ritual to use the powers of
the Nightwell to bring his master Sargeras into Azeroth.
We fight against his minions and upon their defeat the warlock decides to indulge himself
a little bit and face us himself.
“You failed heroes!
The ritual is upon us!
But first, I’ll indulge myself a bit...and finish you!”
A taste of the masters might!”
Being close to the eye gives us great power as well, speeding up our relative time which
is removed by taking fire damage.
“I will not fail you, master.
More power...just need more power...”
Despite giving it all he has and more, the orc is unable to finish us as quickly as he
“No more distractions!
I have work to do...”
He opens up a freaking rift in space!
“Surrender, I may yet show mercy!”
A rift opens up, the sky is torn asunder and Gul’dan tries to bring the dark titan into
our world, but we’ve come prepared.
“Time to return the demon hunters soul to his body...and deny the Legion’s master
We have collected Illidan’s soul from Hellheim itself, which was plucked from the Nether
and taken to the underworld which we then placed within Light’s heart and archmage
Khadgar uses it to release Illidan’s soul into his body.
On normal and heroic mode, that’s all there is to it, you defeat gul’dan and the raid
ends, but on mythic mode something special happens.
“You topple a pawn and presume to challenge its master?
YOU ARE NOT PREPARED!”
It’s not 100% clear, different sources say different things, I’ve even read on WoWpedia
that it’s the dark titan itself that shows up, but I didn’t find anything to support
There is a screenshot which says that an outwordly presence was filling Illidan’s mortal shell
and the consequences of Khadgar’s actions incite deadly consequences.
My interpretation is that Azzinoth, the demon within Illidan either made his own way back
into his body or came with his soul that we collected in Hellheim.
The demon that provides such great power to Illidan...
The demon that Illidan, like all other demon hunters has to constantly keep under control,
that one makes an appearance and it takes the full might of our forces to bring it down.
“He will....yet claim...this titan....”
This is the reason why I don’t believe it’s actually Sargeras inside Illidan’s body
since it makes more sense that by he, the demon means Sargeras and claim this titan,
that would be Azeroth and the slumbering titan soul inside.
That’s the mythic part which obviously I haven’t done myself so here we still have
gul’dan to defeat.
Gul’dan, Lord of the Shadow Council, Darkness incarnate is brought low.
“I am Gul’dan!
I am darkness incarnate!
It cannot end...like this.”
Illidan’s soul is returned to his body and remember the lies the warlock told about Varian?
It’s time for some sweet, sweet justice...
Cinematic: Gul’dan is smacked down, , the planet we
saw in the distance quickly moves away.
The rift turns red, unstable, he gazes upon it.
Explosion shoots forth and hits Illidan’s crystal to the ground.
No...whispers gul’dan, seeing his dreams shatter.
This cannot be.
And zap, the portal is closed.
Empty hands, nothing to show for, all his work... but that’s not the end of it.
BEHOLD, THE MASTER HAS RETURNED.
Gul’dan hears the theme music and he knows he dondiddelygoofed.
Illidan grabs him by the throat and gives him the same farewell as Gul’dan gave Varian...
Justice... and with the final flap of his wings the orc warlock is gone.
Nothing remains but his skull, nice call back to TBC.
“You have seen, what I have seen.
You know what we face.
Now mortals follow me into the abyss.
Illidan has returned, the summoning of Sargeras has failed and the last pillar of creation,
the eye of aman’thul is in our possession which means that we hold all the keys to shut
the legion gateway at the tomb of Sargeras.
It’s a bit large to put on a pedestal so instead Khadgar teleports it into the chamber
of the guardian and places eyes of the kirin tor as a symbol for the actual pillar which
is in the floor.
The nightborne have been liberated from the Legion’s influence and now that they no
longer have the eye of aman’thul, the thing that they used to create the nightwell to
begin with, a choice will have to be made...
“I thought I would never see it again!”
“It is dying.
Without the Eye of Aman’thul, the Nightwell has become unstable.”
“We could stabilize it!
We no longer need the Nightwell to sustain us, but we can still harness its power...”
It is your call...”
“Let it die.”
“We must put the Nightwell behind us.
We must take responsibility for our failings, and repay our debt to the people of Azeroth.”
They turn their back on the incredible powers of the well and bravely look towards a new
future, one not dictated by this source of power.
This is where the story of the Nighthold ends and unfortunately nobody really talks to you,
there’s no real dialogue hinting at what’s to come.
Despite that, our next destination is clear, we’re going to return to where we failed
miserably and we’re going to fight our way through the tomb of Sargeras and eventually,
hopefully, seal of that gateway.
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