The Golden one. The lion. Anduin. Imo, the king will allow undead into the alliance ranks. Leading to an all out bloodbath from the inside. All playing into sylvanas' hands, in the end even nzoth will serve death. Sylvanas and whatever she is doing should be considered in any of these speculations. I doubt "the master" is nzoth
When their mistress beckons, nine ravens take flight. Each seeks a prize to earn her favor.I'm thinking the Klaxxi since there are 9 of them and they have a Mistress
Ra-den hasn't had any for like thousands of years, his game is weak.
cool. our old buddy from the emeralnd nightmare is back.
I haven’t seen it mentioned, but has anyone considered that “eyes of green” could refer to jealousy, as opposed to literal green eyes?I don’t off-hand know of anything it would be referring to in that sense but maybe something to consider.
I wish Il'gynoth would just give it to us straight at times. Stuff like 'You will fight Sylvanas, but not until Patch 9.2'.
I think "the cunning ones" refers Sylvanas' loyalists. Given that the Horde are going to be governed by a council, "six masters" could refer to those who take the seats. They will feign loyalty while continuing to follow their Queen."The vassal of life," has me perplexed.A vassal is "a holder of land by feudal tenure on conditions of homage and allegiance," not a vessel, or a container, as I had it confused with.This makes me think of Calia trying to cement her position with the Forsaken. Sylvanas up and disappears, leaving Lordaeron free for holding by Calia due to her royal blood. Or... Er... Would-be blood, had she any, being dead and all. Either that or someone takes Sylvanas' place before Calia arrives, essentially "holding" Lordaeron from her, but that wouldn't really make sense when you factor in the "of life" part...That said, "of life," could relate to Calia trying to show the Forsaken a new way of life, rather, "teaching the dead how to live.""Treachery," may not necessarily be directed at Calia and her motivations, but if it is (and, for example, she somehow comes into contact with Bolvar) perhaps she will prove to be more akin to a Lich Queen than she's leading on, or is swayed to alter her motivations down the line. Especially if the Forsaken choose to follow her."Green eyes," just screams jealousy or more specifically envy, to me. Either those of the Forsaken that would see themselves as rightful "successors" to Sylvanas in place of Calia; perhaps Bolvar if he so feels that as the Lich King he should lead The Forsaken, or someone I'm not thinking of that may become jealous of Calia's likely position at the head of The Forsaken. Then again, maybe The Forsaken prove more difficult to settle in to and Calia becomes envious of how they continue to worship their true Queen and not her...?I love these whisper debates but man they make my brain hurt after a while lol.
M.O.T.H.E.R. reminds me of my mon. Very cold and calculating. *sniff* I love you Ma!
A friend of mine had me watch someone on YouTube that had a lot of theories about what would happen next. He thinks that Eonar isn't as benevolent as she seems. I don't remember the exact theory offhand, but maybe the "vassal of life" in these new prophecies is her?
"Before the last shadow falls, the Father of Sleep shall savor his feast."Yogg-Saron returned when we met Magni in Ulduar via his whispers and faceless ones attacked. So, clearly he is not as dead as we thought he was.I think the last shadow falls means when N'Zoth is defeated, the Father of Sleep shall savor his feast. "ALL PLACES. ALL THINGS HAVE SOULS. ALL SOULS CAN BE DEVOURED." ~ Yogg-SaronOkay...enough with the tin-foil hat stuff.. :)