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After the amazing opening installment in the Afterlives animated shorts, we now also have the schedule and titles for the next 3 releases! Maldraxxus and Draka are coming up next, on September 3rd!

If the rest are anything like Bastion, we're in for quite the treat as the Uther-Arthas centric first edition definitely knocked it out of the park.

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    Go beyond the veil with our new four-part animated series, Afterlives, offering you a window into the ancient and powerful Covenants that rule over the four new zones in Shadowlands.

    Uther the Lightbringer, Paladin of the Silver Hand, met an untimely demise ... but his service is not done. When he passes into the afterlife, Devos – a Paragon of Bastion – takes Uther under her wing, only to learn that some mortal wounds run deeper than she could imagine.

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    Coming Soon: 

    September 3 – Shadowlands Afterlives: Maldraxxus

    September 10 – Shadowlands Afterlives: Ardenweald

    September 17 – Shadowlands Afterlives: Revendreth


    Credits for Bastion

    Directed by: Terran Gregory
    Produced by: Taka Yasuda
    Written by: Andrew Robinson
    Art Direction by: Laurel Austin

    Illustration: Adam Baines, Jasmine Goggins, Josh Tallman, Jungah Lee, Laurent Pierlot

    Storyboard: Ted Boonthanakit, Ae Ri Yoon, Jerry Gaylord, Sung Shin

    3D Motion Story: Matthew Mead, Emily Hsu, Jared Mayberry, Cathy Blanco, Crhsti Kugler, Michael Taranto, James Wright, Enrique Munoz, Kaz Shimada, Christopher Erickson, Ray Chih, Grham Cunningham

    Post Production: Jake Patton, Joanna Griebel, Aaron Woitas, Rebecca Lilienfeld, Hannah Dalrymple, Ed Decker

    Voice Performances: Josh Petersdorf, Max Mittelman, Marie Angelico, Tam Mutu, Omri Rose, Jeff Schine, Karen Strassman, Ray Chase, Patrick Seitz, Erica Schroeder, Michael McConnohie, Tim Russ, Courtenay Taylor, Debra Wilson, Dee Bradley Baker, Keston John

    Sound and Music: Paul Mnichini, Caroline Hernandez, Ariel Wang, Brian Johnson, Erik Magnus, Larry Peacock, John Thomas, Chris Battaglia, Derek Duke, Nicholas Papaleo, Neal Acree, Gary Summers, Nathan Nance, Isaac Hammons, Andy King, Andrea Toyias, Michael Roache, Ashley Collins, Alec Santos, Peter Steinbach

    Localization: Felice Huang, Thomas Floeter

    Creative Development: Jeff Chamberlain, Venecia Duran, Phillip Hillenbrand, Brian Horn, George Krstic, Dennis Bredow, Sean Copeland, Madi Buckingham, Jacob Rivera, Claver Knovick, Tim Loughran, Shannon Eric Denton

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    58 minutes ago, Dejo93 said:

    >Patrick Seitz

    Garrosh and Arthas confirmed

    Plus Max Mittelman

    Possible, but these actors usually also voice many generic and minor characters. In addition, Michael McConnohie did LK voice for both Arthas and Bolvar, along with Kel'Thuzad and Uther.

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