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Blizzard has posted a roundup of the latest story development in Battle for Azeroth for week 2. The article contains spoilers.

If you're late to the party, don't worry! The first week of the story is covered here. This week's oficial preview includes Jaina's nightmare and visions, the shady deal between Rastakhan and Bwonsamdi after Rezan's death, return of the Kul Tiran fleet, and finally, Zul shattering the final seal to free Blood God G'huun from his prison with the help of Mythrax.

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SPOILERS AHEAD!!! Turn back now if you have yet to play through the current Kul Tiras or Zandalar story lines.

The Battle for Azeroth continues, and for those interested in the latest story developments, we’ve collected several in-game cinematics—including the culmination of current events in Kul Tiras and Zandalar!


Jaina Proudmoore continues to wrestle with her inner demons, including the betrayal of her father Admiral Daelin Proudmoore. Sleep is fleeting—and when it comes, it’s full of nightmares.


Deals with the loa often come at a cost. When Rastakhan makes a deal with Bwondsamdi, the loa of death, what price will he pay?


Jaina Proudmoore has lived with her own personal torment for years, both as betrayed and betrayer. Her path to salvation rests not only in her choices today, but in her ability to forgive those who have hurt her most—including herself.


For the heroes of the Alliance, every path has led back to Kul Tiras. There, Jaina Proudmoore must reclaim her heritage and embrace her role as the daughter of the sea. To do, she’ll need to summon the Kul Tiran fleet and defend her ancestral home.


Threats from within and without have plagued the Zandalari and their king, Rastakhan. But no threat could be greater than when the great seal within Zuldazar is shattered and an ancient evil is set free from its prison.

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