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Where is Dragonflight in World of Warcraft lore?

Where is Dragonflight in World of Warcraft lore?

On April 19, Blizzard surprised us by announcing the arrival of Wrath of the Lich King in World of Warcraft Classic. But this speech was above all an opportunity to present WoW’s ninth expansion in due form with the help of an epic trailer: Dragonflight. At the same time, the developers have shared a lot of information with us on the latter. History, flight on the back of dragons, release date, configuration… We take stock of everything there is to know about the Dragonflight extension.To get more news about Buy WoW Retail Gold, you can visit official website.

After a long slumber, the dragonflights have returned to Azeroth to defend their homeland, the Isle of Dragons. But our fire-eaters have lost their power. Between the sacrifice of power and the loss of important members, the Dragonflights (Red, Blue, Green and Bronze) are weakened. Your mission is therefore clear: help them recover their powers and a certain unity, while discovering the history of these ancestral protectors. It is around this plot that the main plot of this new World of Warcraft expansion will revolve. However, with its only trailer, Blizzard was quite evasive. We therefore expect more information on the narration of this expansion, both in terms of guidelines and subplots.

The story presented to us by the DragonFlight extension takes on its full meaning when you study the lore of WoW a little. The trailer also tells us about an event that took place 10,000 years before those of Dragonflight: a devastating war, probably the so-called War of the Ancients. Opposing the Burning Legion of the demonic Sargeras and an army of resistance fighters, it took place around the Well of Eternity, an inexhaustible source of magic. If the outcome was victorious for the good side, the conflict had, as you can imagine given the place, terrible consequences. The Well of Eternity exploded and fractured the lands of Azeroth. Thus were born the different continents that we know and the evil that gnaws at them. And it is also from this moment that the dragons left their stronghold to resume the role entrusted to them by the guardian Tyr a long time ago: protect Azeroth.

At that time, Galakrond, the proto-dragon with insatiable hunger, threatened the good balance of the world. Tyr then summoned five dragons to stand against him: Alexstrasza, Malygos, Neltharion, Nozdormu and Ysera. All from a different faction (called Dragonflight), they united to defeat Galakrond and thus save the world. To thank them, the Titans granted them power and immortality. But a few thousand years later, during Wow’s third expansion, Cataclysm, they had to abandon these gifts to seal the terrible Neltharion (or Deathwing).

Suffice to say that the history of Dragonflight will be placed in the direct line of a very dense lore which has long given great importance to Dragons. We should even find well-known characters like the Archmage of the Kirin Tor, Khadgar and Irion, one of the only survivors of the Black Dragonflight. In the trailer, we see the latter calling the heroes of Azeroth to help him recover the citadel of the Black Flight, which has fallen under the control of an enemy force. While the antagonist behind this mischief has yet to be introduced, Blizzard assures us that Dragonflight will also mark the return of an old foe.

In addition to the story, this extension will of course bring its share of new features, starting with a new region. The stronghold of our winged protectors, the Isle of Dragons, can be explored by players. As with each expansion, this new continent will be divided into five zones. From the shores of Awakening to the Plains of Ohn’ahra via the Azur Travée, the Forbidden Borders or even Thaldraszus, the biomes presented will be different and above all governed by different entities. Each Dragonflight rules its own area.

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