[spoiler] World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 1
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  • TartyMost Valuable Poster 05 marzo 2016, 19:45 Tarty
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    #1
    "Before life began, before even the cosmos took shape, there was Light..."
    Immagine

    Alcune persone hanno già ricevuto in anteprima il primo volume delle Cronache di World of Warcraft e di conseguenza iniziano a girare le prime informazioni... che "sono destinate a cambiare l'intero contesto di Warcraft".

    Quindi decidete voi se leggerle ora o attendere di ricevere il volume.

    L'origine della Burning Legion.
    Sargeras decided he needed his own army to fight the Void Lords, and he remembered the demons. He had defeated them and imprisoned them on a world he created called Mardum, the Plane of Banishment. Since demons can't be killed outside of the Twisting Nether, Sargeras created Mardum to store their souls, so that once the demons regenerated phyiscal forms, they'd already be stuck on Mardum.

    He traveled to Mardum and shattered the planet, causing a massive explosion of fel energy which hideously disfigured him. Now transformed into a demonic creature of fel magic, he used his new power to bend the demons to his will. The destruction also tore a hole in the Great Dark Beyond, forming a gateway to the twisting nether. Now countless demons could stream out at all times, whereas before demons were a relative rarity.
    Sargeras part 2: Panetheon finds out.

    After forming the Burning Legion, Sargeras went on to destroy a world for the first time. It didn't have a world soul, but it had been ordered and thus had a constellar like Algalon watching over it. When the constellar came to see what had happened, Sargeras killed him.

    The Pantheon was confused that their constellar hadn't reported back, so they sent Agrammar to investigate. He saw the Legion destroying the planet, and Sargeras leading them. Outraged at his former masters' betrayal, Agrammar challenged Sargeras to single combat. They fought, but Sargeras was far more powerful, as titans are naturally weak to fel magic. Both of their blades split in two, and Agrammar fled to warn the Pantheon.

    The Pantheon decided to hold a meeting with Sargeras over a world called Nihilam. They thought he could still be reasoned with. At the meeting Sargeras again insisted what he was doing was the only way to stop the Void Lords.

    Agrammar sensed there was still a noble soul beneath Sargeras' madness, and walked up to him, unarmed, pleading for Sargeras to listen to reason. He said they had found a new world soul, of a titan named Azeroth, who would one day be strong enough to destroy the Void Lords. Sargeras used his sword to slice Agrammar in half vertically.The Pantheon was outraged over the murder of fellow titan, and fought a massive war with Sargeras.

    His fel magic was too powerful and Sargeras killed them all with a massive storm of fel fire. Little did he know, Norgannon had cast a protective shround which perserved the remaining Pantheon members' spirits, so that as their mortal bodies were destroyed, their spirits would live on.

    Nihilam came to be known as Doom World, the site of the Legion's destruction of the Pantheon. Even worse, Sargeras now knew the existence of Azeroth, of a world soul powerful enough to defeat the void lords. He didn't see it that way, he saw it as a world with the potential to birth the ultimate evil if corrupted by the Void Lords first. So he set out to destroy it.



    Long time ago the void lords created the old gods and sent them to Azeroth (this also started the Black Empire and the war with the elemental lords) (and potentially other planets that had a titan soul in them). The reason being is that the void lords cannot manifest into our realm, they can send minions and the strongest they can manifest into our realm is Old Gods. However if the old gods can corrupt a titan soul, the void lords can then become on with that and become an actual dark titan. Well Sargeras somehow figured out that using demons was the only way to stop the void lords. So he started the burning Legion. Eventually Sargeras had a meeting with the pantheon per the pantheons request.

    At the meeting, Sargeras said that the only way to stop the void lords was destroying all planets, since they could have titan souls in them. The pantheon told him that on the planet Azeroth there was a soul that was key to defeating the void lords. Sargeras didn't care and killed them all in a fel firey storm he made. Norgannon tried saving their souls with a magic thing he did before Sargeras did that, and they tried to take over the bodies of the keepers on Azeroth. However they failed, and the keepers only got a glimpse of memories from the pantheon. The keepers were confused and sent a message to the pantheon asking why they got the memories but no response. Ra'den however received the message "We have fallen, we must rebuild the final titan" Which means the titan soul in Azeroth has to be turned into a full fledged titan to stop the void lords and presumably Sargeras too.

    This is why on the map from the chronicles, light is opposite of void, and the burning legion is the opposite of nature, not the opposite of light. The burning legion isn't the big baddie we thought they were. The void lords are the strongest, not Sargeras. He's more of a side player (like Azshara is right now in legion, not the main baddie just a side thing).
    The legion is trying to destroy all planets to stop the void lords from being able to create a dark titan. That's why he wants to destroy azeroth, to stop a dark titan from azeroths titan soul (and apparently a very special soul) from being a dark titan.

    The thing worth to mention: Well of Eternity is basically big wound of that poor titan inside Azeroth. When Elemental Lords attacked Old Gods with Titan Robotic warriors together with Titans, They killed Yshaarj, one of the strongest Old God. They basically ripped the whole old god from the surface of the Azeroth and the big crater was created .... Well of Eternity. Wound filled with arcane magic (blood of the titan) pouring out and flowing on the surface of whole Azeroth. This caused creation of the life on Azeroth. Arcane rivers of blood just spilled inside the craters and the first life was born. Those places, where life was born are known as Sholazar Basin, Ungoro Crater and Vale of Eternal Blossoms. Titan Keepers did some experiments with new life forms... Also Ra (Ra-den) was one of the titan keeper(watcher) who created together with Helya those Elemental Planes and imprisoned there defeated Elemental Lords to not harm the new life created on a planet.(You know... Elementals were in "Allahu Akbar" mode during their reign. Tsunamis, Firestorms... They were not happy with that at all, but whatever Also some elementals just escaped from Elemental planes... later known as Dragons(because of energies of Well of Eternity).


    Qui l'illustrazione della mappa di azeroth:


    Preview della storia di Lei shen:
    http://warcraft.blizzplanet.com/blog/co ... y-lei-shen
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  • TartyMost Valuable Poster 05 marzo 2016, 19:55 Tarty
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    Will of the Void
    As the Pantheon searched for slumbering world-souls, Sargeras and Aggramar continued their hunt for errant demons. The two champions agreed that they could protect more worlds if they worked apart, only calling on each other for aid in times of dire need. Thus, they went their separate ways.

    It was during this epoch that Sargeras discovered the full horror of the void lords' plans.

    He was drawn to a remote corner of the Great Dark, where cold Void energies radiated out from a black and desiccated world. There, Sargeras found enormous beings he had never seen, festering across the world's surface. These were the Old Gods, and they had embedded themselves in the world and shrouded it in a veil of Void energies.

    With growing horror, Sargeras realized that this was not just any world. He heard the world-soul dreaming within its core. But these were not the joyous dreams Sargeras recognized from other world-souls--they were dark and horrific nightmares. The Old Gods' tendrils had burrowed deep, enveloping the slumbering titan's spirit in shadow.

    A conclave of nathrezim had also discovered this black world. They came to dwell among the Old Gods, basking in their dark power. Sensing their evil, Sargeras captured and ruthlessly interrogated the nathrezim. The broken demons revealed what they had learned about the Old Gods and the intentions of the void lords. If the powers of the Void succeeded in corrupting a nascent titan, it would awaken as an unspeakably dark creature. No power in creation, not even the Pantheon, could stand against it. In time, the warped titan would consume all matter and energy in the universe, bringing every mote of existence under the void lords' will.

    Sargeras, the undefeated champion of the titans, knew fear for the first time. It dawned on him that just as the Pantheon had been searching for world-souls, so, too, had the void lords. Sargeras had never dreamed that Void energies could so utterly consume a slumbering titan.

    Yet the poof was right before his eyes.

    Rage and anguish burned through Sargeras's soul. He smote the nathrezim with a single blow--his fury so great that he utterly obliterated the demons' forms. Sargeras turned his attention to the black world itself. His heart ached with sorrow, for he knew there was only one way to stop the dark titan from rising.

    With a heave of his blade, Sargeras split the world in two. The resultant explosion consumed the Old Gods and their energies, but it killed the nascent titan as well.

    Sargeras immediately returned to the rest of the Pantheon and summoned Aggramar to his side. Before the gathered titans, Sargeras recounted his discoveries. The other Pantheon members were stunned by what they had learned, but even more so by Sargeras's rash action. They chastised him for so needlessly killing one of their kin. Had he called on their aid, they argued, they could have purged the world-soul of corruption.

    Although Sargeras tried to convince them that what he had done was necessary, he came to realize it was futile. The other titans had not seen what he had seen. They would never understand why he had taken such drastic measures. Apart from Aggramar, the other titans had no firsthand knowledge of the Void or demons. They could not fathom the depths of such malice and corruptive power.

    Heated arguments flared between Sargeras and the rest of the Pantheon concerning how best to deal with the threat posed by the void lords. Above all, Sargeras feared that if the Old Gods had corrupted one world-soul, they might have corrupted many others as well. It might be too late to stop them.

    Sargeras expressed his growing fear that existence itself was already flawed--an idea that he had come to terms with following his encounter with the Old Gods. Only by burning away all of creation could the titans stand a chance of thwarting the void lords' ultimate goal. In Sargeras's mind, even a lifeless universe was better than one dominated by the Void. Life had taken root in the cosmos once before. Perhaps after the physical universe was scoured of corruption, life would take root once again.

    This idea horrified the rest of the Pantheon. Eonar, the Life-Binder, reminded Sargeras that the titans had sworn to protect living things whenever possible. Nothing could be so dire as to warrant systemic extinction. Even Aggramar stood against his mentor, arguing that there must be another way to defeat the void lords. He urged Sargeras to abandon this dark plan and reason out another solution.

    Overcome with despair and feelings of betrayal, Sargeras stormed away from the other titans. He knew full well that his kin would never see reason. And if they would not help him expel the void lords' corruption, then he would do it himself.

    This was the last time the titans of the Pantheon would see him as one of their own.


    Qui si può scaricare un sample del libro: https://files.darkhorse.com/_iaderCSHy2SXUR
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  • exca 06 marzo 2016, 04:54 exca
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    #3
    Bella la spiegazione del Pozzo e gli Old Gods un po' meno quella di Sargeras,
    semplicemente un altro "cattivo" che va full-banana hitler ritardato.

    Alla fine le broken isles le hanno messe tra il Maelstrom e le Eastern Kingdoms.
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  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 06 marzo 2016, 09:03 grallen
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    #4
    @Tarty

    Grazie per questi link e spoiler :good: .

    Finalmente hanno veramente deciso di mettere in mano alla storia e spiegare tutti i misteri dietro a moltissimi fatti. Dopo aver letto i spoiler di ha già una chiara visione di dove andremo a parare nella storia.

    Sargeras non è un malvagio al 100% ma ha deciso una strada del tutto sbagliata facendo atti orribili. Bella la storia anche di Lei'Shen e di come sia morto e fa piacere vedere la storia di alcuni specifici e su come siano diventati così come li vediamo ora.

    Il tutto mi spinge a volerlo a tutti costi questo libro.
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  • BigBoss 06 marzo 2016, 19:24 BigBoss
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    #5
    @exca avevo guardato un video di YT, che spiegava come le piccole isole si muovessero a causa del maelstrom, quella deve essere semplicemente la loro più attuale posizione. 0
  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 08 marzo 2016, 19:20 grallen
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    Dal caos si crea l'ordine e dell'ordine si genera il caos.
    #6
    Leggendo e rileggendo gli spoiler direi che Sargeras assomiglia molto al personaggio di Arthas per fare dei paragoni.

    Sargeras ha deciso di distruggere il pianeta infestato dagli Antichi Dei non chiedendo aiuto ai suoi fratelli e dopo ha deciso di non ascoltare i suoi fratelli e trovando una soluzione drastica ma che va contro il suo credo e quelli dei suoi fratelli decidendo da solo le sorti della vita dell'universo.

    Rivedo personalmente alcune caratteristiche del personaggio di Arthas, anche quest'ultimo decide di purgare stratholme inizialmente poi dopo di creare un regno di non vita.

    Credo che a questo punto la Blizzard piacciano particolarmente tali personaggi dalla mente contorta.

    A questo punto credo che i Signori del Vuoto saranno i boss finali della storia di wow.
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  • R3wu0Redazione 08 marzo 2016, 20:16 R3wu0
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    #7
    grallen ha scritto:A questo punto credo che i Signori del Vuoto saranno i boss finali della storia di wow.

    @grallen direi che come minimo per finire deganmente la storia di Warcraft ci sia almeno da sconfiggere Sargeras...e per essere coerenti anche tutti i vari Old Gods.
    Speriamo...
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  • Yardeh 08 marzo 2016, 20:23 Yardeh
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    #8
    Quello è ovvio, ma se leggi gli spoiler capirai come Sargeras e la Legione siano in realtà il male minore, quasi dei cuccioloni se paragonati ai Signori del Vuoto. E gli old gods ne sono delle semplici pedine. Il che è un insulto, per quanto ne abbiamo saputo sino ad oggi, cambia totalmente la visione del mondo di WoW.
    Solo questo, imho apre una finestra ad un palpabile WoW2 :D
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  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 08 marzo 2016, 20:31 grallen
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    #9
    Yardeh ha scritto:Quello è ovvio, ma se leggi gli spoiler capirai come Sargeras e la Legione siano in realtà il male minore, quasi dei cuccioloni se paragonati ai Signori del Vuoto. E gli old gods ne sono delle semplici pedine. Il che è un insulto, per quanto ne abbiamo saputo sino ad oggi, cambia totalmente la visione del mondo di WoW.
    Solo questo, imho apre una finestra ad un palpabile WoW2 :D

    @Yardeh @R3wu0

    WoW2 non credo ma sicuramente cambia il concetto del boss finale. Come ha detto Yardeh Sargeras con la Legione sono effettivamente il male minore rispetto ai Signori del Vuoto con gli Antichi Dei che altro non sono che i loro servitori creati appositamente.

    Probabilmente la visione di Velen la vedremo alla fine dove luce e ombra si scontreranno in maniera definitiva. Forse risveglieremo anche il Titano Azeroth? Chissà :)
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  • Arvion 08 marzo 2016, 20:31 Arvion
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    #10
    Penso che la filosofia sia che i Void Lords sono talmente potenti che essenzialmente puoi solo impedire che invadano direttamente o indirettamente la nostra dimensione. 0
  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 08 marzo 2016, 21:53 grallen
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    Dal caos si crea l'ordine e dell'ordine si genera il caos.
    #11
    Arvion ha scritto:Penso che la filosofia sia che i Void Lords sono talmente potenti che essenzialmente puoi solo impedire che invadano direttamente o indirettamente la nostra dimensione.

    @Arvion

    Vero ma il Pantheon era convinto che il Titano Azeroth sarebbe stato così potente da distruggere anche questi signori del vuoto
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  • Arvion 09 marzo 2016, 01:39 Arvion
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    #12
    Ma lì toccherebbe capire la differenza dei reami in cosa consiste. Ad esempio perchè un Void Lord non può entrare nel nostro reame mentre i suoi servi sì. Oppure perchè i demoni non possono morire se non nel loro mondo.
    Comunque quello che intendevo era che non sono nemici tipo Archimonde che vai lì con un esercito di eroi e lo fronteggi. É più uno scontro tra divinità e noi possiamo solo influenzarne le sorti sconfiggendo avversari secondari o impedendo che portali si aprano o che determinati artefatti divini cadano in mani sbagliate.
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  • Yardeh 09 marzo 2016, 01:45 Yardeh
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    #13
    Per come ci stanno elevando di importanza, espansione dopo espansione, alla fine saremo tutti titani con le mani giganti. :D 0
  • exca 09 marzo 2016, 11:56 exca
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    #14
    Paths of the Titans confirmed 0
  • TartyMost Valuable Poster 17 marzo 2016, 17:27 Tarty
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    #15
    Altra anteprima dedicata questa volta ad Aegywnn e Tirisgarde:
    http://warcraft.blizzplanet.com/blog/co ... -preview-2

    (a dire il vero non è molto spoiler, dato che gli eventi sono abbastanza noti... )

    Immagine
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  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 17 marzo 2016, 18:20 grallen
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    #16
    @Tarty

    In realtà sono stati aggiunti moltissimi nuovi particolari nella storia ed altri fatti molto importanti dando una maggiore rilevanza anche al padre di Medivh.

    E' stata data una importante notizia anche alla torre di Karazhan.
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  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 20 marzo 2016, 09:40 grallen
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    Dal caos si crea l'ordine e dell'ordine si genera il caos.
    #17
    Altre foto della "pangea" di azeroth nelle varie epoche

    ImmagineImmagineImmagine

    e altre foto

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  • R3wu0Redazione 20 marzo 2016, 10:29 R3wu0
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    #18
    <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
    Esigo che Amazon mi consegni la mia copia adesso!!! ORA!!!
    Non ho pazienza di aspettare fino a giovedì
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  • TartyMost Valuable Poster 21 marzo 2016, 11:33 Tarty
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    #19
    Ma avete notato che viene mostrata l'esatta ubicazione di N'zoth che è a Thal'Dranath, appena sotto suramar cioè nelle Broken Isles? 0
  • BigBoss 21 marzo 2016, 11:35 BigBoss
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    #20
    @Tarty Non era una zona ipotizzata per una patch successiva di questa espansione? 0
  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 21 marzo 2016, 11:41 grallen
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    #21
    BigBoss ha scritto:Tarty Non era una zona ipotizzata per una patch successiva di questa espansione?

    @BigBoss

    Si molto probabile.

    Tarty ha scritto:Ma avete notato che viene mostrata l'esatta ubicazione di N'zoth che è a Thal'Dranath, appena sotto suramar cioè nelle Broken Isles?

    @Tarty

    Si notato e ciò fa prevedere qualche colpo di scena nella storia di Legion :)
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  • Yardeh 21 marzo 2016, 11:53 Yardeh
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    #22
    Non a caso entreremo nell'incubo! 0
  • TartyMost Valuable Poster 21 marzo 2016, 12:02 Tarty
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    #23
    @grallen Già e questo poi implicherebbe pure il coinvolgimento di azshara...

    Però adesso sappiamo anche se noi leviamo di mezzo la Legione e nello specifico Sergeras va tutto a vantaggio degli Old Gods e del Void Lord...
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  • grallenMost Valuable Poster 21 marzo 2016, 12:23 grallen
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    #24
    Tarty ha scritto:grallen Già e questo poi implicherebbe pure il coinvolgimento di azshara...

    Però adesso sappiamo anche se noi leviamo di mezzo la Legione e nello specifico Sergeras va tutto a vantaggio degli Old Gods e del Void Lord...

    @Tarty

    Certamente ma non è detto che saremo poi noi a usare la Legione Infuocata :P
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  • TartyMost Valuable Poster 21 marzo 2016, 13:18 Tarty
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    #25
    @grallen o saremo noi a venir usati contro la Legione ^^;

    Anche se.. sarebbe figo ad un certo punto venire a patti con sargeras:
    "A bello! invece di cacare il cazzo a noi, vai a rompere il culo al void lord... ti diamo una mano e poi ti levi di torno e ti trovi altri da tormentare." Ci mandiamo Illidan a trattare!
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