Legion 7.3.5 – Silithus: The Speaker’s Perspective
Archmage Khadgar: Sargeras has left a scar upon our world, (Name). A scar that will not soon heal…
It appears that the scars between the Alliance and Horde have yet to heal as well.
Too many lives have already been lost fighting to save Azeroth from destruction. I will not stay and watch this world lose more.
I have a request for you before I go. Take this letter to Magni Bronzebeard. He is in Silithus seeking a way to heal the wound.
The letter contains information that may prove valuable to him.
Deliver Khadgar’s letter to Magni Bronzebeard in Silithus.
Archmage Khadgar: It seems our victory on Argus was a hollow one. With his final blow, Sargeras has done much more than bury his blade in the heart of our world.
I had hoped that after teh war against the Legion, the people of Azeroth would build a new future together. But now the unity we forged has been shattered.
As the life essence of Azeroth bleeds out, the leaders of the Alliance and Horde scramble to claim it as a resource. Blades are drawn, and the tides of war are rising once again.
But I will not take up arms against heroes on either side. Not after all we’ve been through.
Instead, I will go to Karazhan and confer with my old mentor, Medivh. Perhaps somewhere in his ancient texts lies the knowledge needed to heal this world.
I had best be going. Until next we meet… fare well, champion.
Magni Bronzebeard: I can hear the cries of the world beneath my feet. Azeroth trembles in pain! I must find a way to ease the suffering…
(Khadgar asked me to deliver this letter.)
Magni Bronzebeard: Champion… ’tis good ta see a familiar face in these dark times.
Since returnin’ from Argus, the cries o’ Azeroth have been… overwhelmin’. Such pain…
I don’t know how ta fix this. Not sure anyone does. But we’ve gotta keep tryin’.
The storm’s gatherin’, (Name). If we don’t find a way ta heal Azeroth… nothin’ else is gonna matter.
Magni Bronzebeard: Thank you for delivering Khadgar’s letter ta me. I’m goin’ to need some time to consider his words. If what he says is correct, we may be able ta save Azeroth… but at a great cost.
The Speaker’s Perspective