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WoW: Furorion and the end of N'Zoth in the video (Warning spoilers!)

The Old God N'Zoth has awakened and threatens all life in Azeroth. His dark servants proclaim the age of the Black Empire. In Uldum and the Valley of Eternal Blossoms, mad cultists, monstrous Aquir, and all manner of creatures of the Void do their utmost to destroy the laborious work of the Titans. In the midst of this chaos stand our heroes, whose destiny in WoW Patch 8.3

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protect the fragile heart of



In the Ny'alotha raid, which opens its doors today with the start of BfA Season 4, the battle against N'Zoth will finally be decided. Will the Old God gain the upper hand and corrupt the sleeping Titan? Or will we be able to avert disaster once again with the help of Furorion?

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N'Zoth's end

Of course, we beat back the threat of the Black Empire. After all, N'Zoth is an obligatory final boss of a WoW (buy now €14.99 ) expansion. The only question is: How do our heroes manage to bring an Old God to his knees? The answer is once again: with the help of dragons. As in Cataclysm, all the dragon swarms in Battle for Azeroth give us their blessings. In the following video, you can witness the end of the Corruptor and also learn about the role Magni, MOTHER, and the magical gem play in the final battle against the Old God. Finally, our Magni warriors are hailed as great saviors and champions of Azeroth.

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However, there is another in-game cinematic from the Ny'alotha raid that is no less exciting. In this video, we see how heroic Furorion is for Azeroth. The self-proclaimed Black Prince is a key character in Patch 8.3. After N'Zoth's liberation, Furorion first appeared in Stormwind to warn King Anduin Wrynn about the Void and the Old God's whisper. Later, the Black Dragon provides our heroes with a legendary cloak that protects us from the corruption of N'Zoth. Then, in the raid, Furorion seizes his chance to take revenge on the Old God who killed his father Neltharion (aka Deathwing) and the Black Dragonflight.

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In the depths of Ny'alotha, the Black Prince frees Queen Azshara from the clutches of the Inquisitor Xanesh and seizes the dagger Xal'atath, with which the Naga Queen once tried to kill the Old God herself. With this weapon, Furorion destroys what should be N'Zoth's impenetrable armor, clearing the way for our heroes to reach N'Zoth's brain.

The Pact

Only inside N'Zoth's mind do we learn of the pact between the two queens Azshara and Sylvanas. So our fears that the Dark Princess has betrayed us to the Naga are true. The deaths of our heroes, as well as the role of the dagger Xal'atath (which the heroes of the Horde willingly handed over to Sylvanas), were part of the Banshee Queen's sinister plan. The last part of the dialogue is particularly interesting, as Azshara seems to be well aware of Sylvanas' plan - to unleash the forces of death. Here's the original dialogue from the battle against N'Zoth (via Wowhead):

Azshara: We have a bargain, then. I will bring both fleets crashing to the ocean floor, and your champion will deliver the dagger to me.
Sylvanas: And in turn, you will have the key required to free the Old God from his bonds... and leave him vulnerable.
Azshara: You wound me, Warchief. After all, I am as dedicated to my master as you are to your subjects.
Sylvanas: Indeed. Just be certain that once you have what you need, you dispose of your guests. Let none of the "heroes" escape.
Azshara: I admire your ruthlessness, Windrunner. It seems our interests are aligned... at present.
Sylvanas: At present.
Azshara: Treacherous Banshee! Do you think I am blind to the darkness you seek to unleash?

Short conclusion

Peace, joy, pancakes? Well, despite a good outcome for our heroes and the healing of Azeroth, numerous questions of Battle for Azeroth remain unanswered. There is the Azerite, which was responsible for the outbreak of war between the Horde and Alliance. The countless deaths of the Fourth War seemingly cast no shadow on the powerful artifact. Well, the whole drama around Teldrassil and co. was also part of the sinister intrigue game of the Banshee Queen. Still, Blizzard doesn't address this aspect of the story clearly enough in the game. There's some info here and a few lines of dialogue there that briefly hint at it. That's it. The rest of the info is up to the players to find on their own.

Speaking of players. Do the Horde followers among you remember their choices during the BfA story? During the war campaign, you could either support Saurfang's rebellion or stay loyal to Warchief Sylvanas. In the end, these choices have no effect on the story at all. The same goes for the cultists of N'Zoth. Magni, MOTHER, and the faction leaders all celebrate heroes equally.

The ending of N'Zoth


by and

large, cannot match the endings of recent expansions in terms of drama (Gul'dan's escape to Azeroth at the end of WoD or Illidan's sacrifice in Legion are good examples). After the conclusion of the last quest line, it remains unclear where our journey will take us after the fall of the Black Empire. Perhaps Blizzard will try to find a meaningful transition to Shadowlands in the game. We shouldn't get our hopes up, though (patch 8.3.5 won't happen!). The developers probably still prefer to pack these important parts of the story into novels, which then appear between the WoW expansions.

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