However, a bunch of angels shepherding the spirits of the dead to where they belong into the Shadowlands is pretty much exactly what I expected from a minumum of one of those covenants in Shadowlands, so what pulled me away here was which characters were chosen to illustrate the covenant's purpose.
Blizzard centered the debut into the Kyrian covenant around Uther the Lightbringer, who's among the most significant characters in all of Warcraft.
In the animation, Uther's soul arrives on the doorstep of this Kyrian in Bastion, since there's some kind of afterlife sorting system that places souls where they belong into the Shadowlands. However, Uther can't let go of his lifetime, and he thirsts for justice. He's chastised for it for a while before Devos, the Paragon watching over him, finds that his soul is wounded from Frostmourne, the Lich King's blade
I could probably enter super-deep detail about why any of this matters, but I will save myself the effort, and also you the agony of digging through it. What's that the runes on Frostmourne are apparently from the Maw, an area of the Shadowlands where just the most wicked, irredeemable spirits are cast. And, Arthas, who has caused so much harm, by apparently directing the ability of this maw, was cast into that wicked place by the spirit of his youth teacher who died by his blade.
It's not exactly a secret that I'm chomping at the bit to receive my hands on World of Warcraft: Shadowlands — I was sold by the Vampires.
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