I'm curious as to what the yaungol are going to be doing, their motives and who they really are.
Firstly, they just happened to be in Pandaria when it split apart? When has fate really played any part in the WoW lore? No other race managed to get trapped on Pandaria. I'm not saying they wanted to be trapped on the continent but more what were they doing there in the first place. Why were they so far south of where the tauren usually roam? Why have they never tried to negotiate with anyone? If they asked the pandaren if they could have a little land within the wall to live wouldn't the monks give it to them?
In the temple of the jade serpent when you fight strife and peril the yaungol yells "for the Ancients". Does that mean they still revere the Ancient Guardians. I thought they revered fire because it has been the only thing keeping them alive. Are there Ancients on Pandaria? Not the celestials but the actual tauren and night elven ancients. Unless they were calling the celestials by a different name that they could relate to. Like trolls calling wisps Loa in moonglade. What if they were looking for a lost ancient. That could explain the lack of a cat ancient in Kalimdor.
Also, what else are they going to do? We know we will see more of the thunder king and there is a good chance the saurok will play some part of that. Will all the yaungol clans band together and take over the entirety of northern Pandaria? Or will they unleash some kind of fire storm that will ravage the land? Maybe they are business partners with Gallywix and are supplying him with oil.
I really want to see more of them. I think they need to play a larger role in coming patches. There are just, in my opinion too many questions regarding them. Now I may just be making them a bigger deal then they really are but I would hate for them to become another trash race that Blizzard does nothing with after the expansion. What do you guys think?