Warcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 1The Naga; a race steeped in magic, mutation, and dreams of world domination. From the deep oceans of Azeroth this race of aquatic serpents is unified under the eternal rule of Queen Azshara for whomWarcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 1 by shula6
they worship as a god. Not all Naga, however, are willing to accept
her claim to godhood so easily, especially when other forces would
contest their complete dominance over water.
The first words uttered from the
Vision of Perfection, Queen Azshara upon The Great Transformation.
Through the Legion's folly and the meddling of the imperfect, the
reshaping of Azeroth into the perfect world had failed. The portal
which would summon the one known as Sargeras had collapsed. Now the
infinite source of power, The Well of Eternity, was imploding.
The great capital Zin'Azshari
sunk into the chaotic water; The Light of Lights, Queen Azshara, with
her great power and divine love, casted a spell over the Eternal
Palace. Water would not flow in and her beloved Highborne wou
Warcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 2A Naga raised his head above water; viewing two humans and a dwarf who were on nightshift. A female was perched atop the crow's nest while one looked to the stars for no reason he could discern. Somewhat humorously, as he could not see over the wheel, the dwarf was steering the ship. The inscription on the haul read "Daelin's Hand". It was the dead of night and most of the crew would be asleep. Humans were not adept to seeing at night and the sounds of anyone coming to the surface would not be heard over the waves. It would be too easy.Warcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 2 by shula6
Vala'Saji was a fully fledgedpriestess of tides now. She traveled with a relatively small war party of herclan. Four sirens, two myrmidons, a slave master, three snap dragons, and a dozen Mur'gul ; all lead by the sea witch, Lady Seritus, who at all times could be seen relaxed upon her personal dragon turtle. The slave master kept the Mur'gul rabble in line with the help of the tamed snap dragons; the slaves would be used as cannon fodder in
Warcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 3Voraz wasn't sure what had exactly happened; where or if he had been impaled and obviously how long he had sputtered before losing consciousness. He now found himself in a body of water he could not make sense of. It was far purer than any lake or ocean. It turned from fresh to salt water upon him pondering such. His internal sensors were also eschewed, unable to tell what the pressure was, how many fathoms down he was or even if there was an up. He had neither his armor nor his weapon and could not tell where the light source came from that allowed him to see. Upon focusing on any particular part of his body, it would become permeable and transparent. Most curious however, was that his awareness seamed to expand slightly above and beyond his body; though every time it did he would quickly pull it back.Warcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 3 by shula6
"Having fun?" a woman-like voiced asked.
"No." he responded in monotone.
"I see. Are there any questions on your mind?"
"You are in it, so you should already know.
Warcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 4"They demand the impossible!"Warcraft: Deity of the Depths Chapter 4 by shula6
Snarled Vala'Saji as a wave of water knocked her and an entire platoon of Naga back.
Voraz certainly saw her point. I was the biggest operation the trio had been a part of. From Vash'jir the Naga were to assault and take control of the Abyssal Maw. An incredible feat as it involved going to war with water itself. In the monolithic ruined city, Queen Azshara had finally played her hand against her greatest rival.
The area teamed with water elementals that rushed to the defense of their realm. The platoon was now engaged in combat with a large revenant. It was like a ghost possessing a suit of armor. The elemental howled as it unleashed another torrent of water, knocking the Naga back. Voraz could not tell where the water of the creature began or ended, this was the one situation in which he wished to combat his foe on solid ground. They pierced its armor, but he wasn't sure if they had actually damaged it at all.
"But Azshara makes everything pos
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