The Timeless Isle and the Timewalkers.

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Pictures and info obtained from Insane Guy of Doom (Red Shirt Guy) on SoL.

I felt this deserved it's own thread due to the introduction of a new faction: The Timewalkers. A factions of mortals that help the Bronze Dragonflight protect the timewaves.

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The Tushui and Houjin are active on the isle and appear to be the Alliance/Horde hubs.

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"Timewalker Lara."

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Nearly every big named npc that was on Pandaria is on the isle, even some deceased ones.

Also, almost all the Timewalkers on the isle are from the WoW TCG. They don't wear the Timewalker tabard, at last not yet.

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Ghost ship!... rare mob. Weird.
I need to get my Mage to 90 now. He will enjoy that.
Did I mention the Timeless Isle and the Valley of the Four Winds has a chain to obtain your own personal noodle cart?
This... this is something I can look forward to.

A lot more than a corgi.
I want to fight that ship..
I am excite
Really happy that the Timewalkers didn't remain exclusive to the TCG.
So when we go back to space in the next expansion are we gonna find The Moonwalkers?
I thought the bronze dragons lost their ability to control time.
I thought the bronze dragons lost their ability to control time.


No.

Nozdormu lost his Aspectness.

Bronze Dragons are still inherant time travelers and manipulators.

And even if he/they DID lose their powers, it would still behoove them to keep an eye on the timeways.

Last thing we want is some mage going back in time and trying to do something crazy like murder Medivh or Arthas
07/11/2013 12:03 PMPosted by Vesiana
I thought the bronze dragons lost their ability to control time.


No.

Nozdormu lost his Aspectness.

Bronze Dragons are still inherant time travelers and manipulators.

And even if he/they DID lose their powers, it would still behoove them to keep an eye on the timeways.

Last thing we want is some mage going back in time and trying to do something crazy like murder Medivh or Arthas


What was the point of showing the sand pour out of his shoulder?
I believe the Bronze Dragonflight can still go through timelines, just not influence or change them in any way.
07/11/2013 12:09 PMPosted by Madelynne


No.

Nozdormu lost his Aspectness.

Bronze Dragons are still inherant time travelers and manipulators.

And even if he/they DID lose their powers, it would still behoove them to keep an eye on the timeways.

Last thing we want is some mage going back in time and trying to do something crazy like murder Medivh or Arthas


What was the point of showing the sand pour out of his shoulder?


Blizzard crummy story telling

The Aspects channeled all of their aspect power (that is their Titan blessings) into the Dragon Soul and blew Deathwing up

That doesn't effect the abilities dragons have by default, including others of their flights.

All that changed is they're no longer semi-deities
Aw, how lame.

I thought we were doing with this time traveling thing.
Brood of Nozdormu
Keepers of Time
The Scale of the Sands
And I guess partially The Wyrmrest Accord

The Bronze flight seems to like forming cliques with their own rep bars. How many times do we need to save their butts?
I thought the bronze dragons lost their ability to control time.


The Timewalkers have been a thing in the TCG for a while. They're not dragons but essentially dragonsworn. Heroes picked from pockets of time to aid with preserving the timelines. I guess that Nozdormu and his flight still preserve a bit of their time traveling aspect.
Looks interesting. Cant wait. ^.^
I think the Timewalkers exist because the Bronze Dragonflight needed some backup in watching the timelines in this post-Dragon Soul world. Not only because they might've lost some of their power, but also simply because their numbers weren't what they once were.

I have to read up on the TCG story for the Timewalkers. Also, I need to see if Knaak's story about Galakrond and Kalec sheds any light on the roles and powers dragons have now. Heard it was actually pretty all right, even from some folks I know that typically don't like Knaak.

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