The old gods appear to play a role in the Battle for Azeroth. In a quest for the champions of Azeroth, a servant of the old God N’zoth in the World of Warcraft appears.
If you gain in the case of the champions of Azeroth reputation, you can with each new reputation level. Your heart of Azeroth has some of the item levels increase. To do this, you must complete a World quest. When the status is “Respectful” is this quest a bit longer.
Magni leads you once more into the heart chamber of Azeroth, where you Azeroth should strengthen. You will, however, interrupted by a servant of N’zoth, who appears out of the emptiness and the heart for his master demanded, in order to nourish him. Her back hit the servant, and his last words were “He rises!”
N’zoth is revealed
Since the war bringer to Azshara, you know that the former elven Queen Azshara is the Queen of the Old God N’zoth. The appearance of the face of the first concrete signs in the game is free, however.
There was an earlier character: Azshara may already be in the Shrine of storm briefly seen. Due to its occurrence early in the game is clear that Azshara will play in the Battle for Azeroth a role.
In the area of the Shrine and in the open world of the Sturmsangtals there were already more characters. In the instance and around you frequently aberrations are to be seen, which remind strongly to the face, the servants of the old gods. Some of the frescoes on the ground also show a creature that is highly reminiscent of N’zoth.
There is as yet no concrete sign of another Old God. However, there is a Fan theory that says that Yogg-Saron has his fingers in the game and that Anduin serves the Old gods.