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Blizzard just released the second issue of their BfA Comics starring Magni Bronzebeard.

Earlier today, Blizzard shared a sneak peek of The Speaker via Bleeding Cool and now the digital comic is out!

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The war with the Legion has left a terrible wound in Azeroth, one keenly felt by Magni Bronzebeard. He can no longer speak to the world’s spirit; he can only hear her screams. Plagued by doubt, Magni journeys to Silithus, desperate to find of a way to rekindle his connection with the world.

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I love this. I really do. Adding more layers to Magni's backstory is fantastic. Makes him a more complex character rather than the typical angry Dwarf.

I hope Blizzard will one day give us an expansion centered around the Titans and the Dwarves. Bring more of that Ulduar flavor to our lives!

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1 hour ago, Valhalen said:

I love this. I really do. Adding more layers to Magni's backstory is fantastic. Makes him a more complex character rather than the typical angry Dwarf.

I hope Blizzard will one day give us an expansion centered around the Titans and the Dwarves. Bring more of that Ulduar flavor to our lives!

I'd like it if they made an expansion about the other side of Azeroth. The possibilites are endless. Imagine like a kind of proto-Azeroth, with crazy life forms. I've always hoped of something like humanoid T-rexes riding Carnotaurs, or Terrorbirds, or some kind of proper savage Elves (what the NElves should have been)

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36 minutes ago, Dejo93 said:

I'd like it if they made an expansion about the other side of Azeroth. The possibilites are endless. Imagine like a kind of proto-Azeroth, with crazy life forms. I've always hoped of something like humanoid T-rexes riding Carnotaurs, or Terrorbirds, or some kind of proper savage Elves (what the NElves should have been)

That would be amazing. It could tie very well with the Titans lore and those unnafected by the Curse of Flesh.

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18 minutes ago, Valhalen said:

That would be amazing. It could tie very well with the Titans lore and those unnafected by the Curse of Flesh.

Ikr? One can only hope :) Wish there was a way to suggest this idea to a WoW game dev and hear his thought

Buuuut, they've probably prepared the entire expansion, with the rough draft of the one after it 

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I'm unsure of where It was said (if I find it I will include it in an edit following this) but what was said is that the Continents as we know - Kalimdor/Eastern Kingdoms - are all that exist at this time; it was something about the world being mostly water with only the lands we have currently (including Kul Tiras/Zandalar since it was known of before being drawn in for BfA). Whether it had to do with the Maelstrom consuming the other lands where the High Elves originate, or if lands sunk similar to vash'jir(?) in cataclysm.

If I can find the origin i'll include an edit below.

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The other side of Azeroth is just water. The Forbidding Sea, off the east coast of the Eastern Kingdoms, and the Veiled Sea, off the west of Kalimdor, connect to create a vast and barren ocean.

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5 hours ago, Brutalis said:

The other side of Azeroth is just water. The Forbidding Sea, off the east coast of the Eastern Kingdoms, and the Veiled Sea, off the west of Kalimdor, connect to create a vast and barren ocean.

The other side of the Earth was water too, until some guy just found "the new world"

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