Is it possible that Magni takes back over as the Leader of the dwarves?
Family life and Speaker for Azeroth are both things Magni needs, despite being an elemental.
I think he said in the Legion comic it's best the council stay.That being said, Id like to see Mangi return to The Alliance.
Algalon is bored. Nice.
It gives me great joy to see MOTHER call Algalon "Cheeky."
The Dwarves are Moira, Muradin, and Falstad. There is also dialog from Genn, valeera, shaw, velen, jaina, tyrande, etc.
I bet those whispers are for us who have chosen not to cleanse his gift. I was wondering if I was keeping the stupid eye on my forehead for nothing.
The best part of the "Mistakes were made on both sides" line is that these interactions come with the Night Elven refugee camp as a backdrop to where you're talking to the NPCs. Is Blizzard seriously trying to retroactively say both factions did equally bad things this war? There aren't enough UGHs in this world.
A literal 'both sides' declaration, haha, wow. I guess the only way to be the good guy is to passively lay down and die.
So Anduin literally gives away a perfect priest weapon because he doesn't feel he's "worthy" of it, but holds onto Shalamayne - a sword he visibly struggles to wield in battle - just because it belonged to his warrior father? Ugh.
Return of the Warrior King"Ye've done a great deal fer Azeroth, hero, but unfortunately I'm gonna have tae ask ye tae do more. N'Zoth is on the loose, an there's no tellin' when or where he'll strike. This battle is one ye can't face alone. When the time comes, ye'll have my hammer at yer side! But first, we'll need tae fetch it."Looks like Magni gives Fearbreaker to the player-character to use against N'Zoth.