Oh woah, congrats to people that called Vol'Jin coming back...Considering, I don't know, Alex Afrasiabi stated at a Blizzcon 2016 Q&A that his story wasn't over and that there are plans for him yet.Anyway, if he becomes a loa, that would just be like his father before him and that's pretty awesome.Maybe we'll come into contact with one of his children to take the heart shaped herb and become the Voodoo Panther...Yea, that was lame. Anyway, Sen'Jin came back, Vol'Jin coming back makes sense.On the Wedding topic, the next big lore one should be Baine and Mayla.Maybe not, but y'know, if.
Yooooo is Daelin voiced by Robert Baratheon!
world trees are worth fighting for, even if they are destined to burn.
if voljin is returning then varian will too most likely cause think about it when they disappeared we never really did see any physical body.
I'm guessing: Since Rezan, the Loa of Kings dies, and Vol'Jin ascends to Loa-hood around the same time then he'll become the new Loa of Kings and empower Zandalari paladins.
I hope Vol'Jin will be back in physical form. As Loa he would be sidelined permanently. As a "force ghost" he won't be able to participate in politics or get involved with tribe matters directly. Him ascending to loa status still wouldn't adress lack of Darkspear leadership issue, as Rokhan is merely acting as a representative, he is not a Chieftain. No one is. So ideal scenario would he for him being back in physical form but much more powerful god-like even. Why would that be important? Because it's Vol'Jin that together with Darkspears holds grudge against Kul'Tirans. It's Vol'Jin and his Darkspear that has strongest ties with Zandalari out of entire Horde, and it's Vol'Jin and his Darkspears that are the most eager to fight nagas. Sidelining them in this expansion would be a crime, it's as if you would go on Argus Campaign and not have Velen and draenei to have important role.
Loa Vol'jin confirmed."The Kaldorei use moonwells to replenish their strength in battle. Gather as much moonwell essence as you'd like before you... render them unable to collect any more. Are we understood?""The Horde is trying to steal the essence from our moonwells! Do not allow their filth to desecrate our blessed springs!"Squirt, squirt, into the turtle stew."Teldrassil charcoal briquettes! Rich smoky barbecue flavor!"Finally, a use for that eyesore."We've never been able to stop them before. But Nisha and Kiro have shown us that we can fight back."Srsly, Vulpera Monks incoming. No way the Pandaren would pass up teaching other former slaves their art.
Can someone PLEASE explain to me how in the world the Horde druids could possibly be ok with burning Teldrassil? SERIOUSLY!
The dialogue for the Teldrassil quests like, mentally and physically pains me.