Recently, World of Warcraft added an NPC to Dragonflight that details the activities of the Demon Hunter since the Burning Legion was vanquished. This entertaining World of Warcraft character demonstrates how some Illidari have handled joblessness since the Legion expansion. Throughout the game, players can acquire enough WoW Dragonflight Gold.
Izal Whitemoon is a minor Illidari Demon Hunter that players encounter during Legion. Night elves serve as class trainers on the Fel Hammer, the Demon Hunter class hall in World of Warcraft. She also serves as flight commander at various locations around the Broken Isles.
Now, it appears that Whitemoon has retired to pet battles. World of Warcraft added her as a new World Quest Pet Battle NPC in Azure Span in patch 10.0.7. There, she kept three flying pets named Mothoroth, Blu'jaeden, and Kazzquack - each representing some of the most powerful members of the Burning Legion in World of Warcraft. According to her dialogue, Whitemoon started a pet battle after Legion to keep busy, saying it was almost as much fun as hunting demons.
The Demon Hunter class first appeared in Legion. While this class is a perfect fit for a demon-focused expansion, defeating the Burning Legion at the end left many players wondering what the Illidari would do from then on. Battle for Azeroth and Shadowlands largely ignored the Illidari, but White Moon's presence in Dragonflight finally gave players a hilarious answer to what some Demon Hunters have been doing over the past few years. What.
Many players are excited about Whitemoon's reappearance in Dragonflight. They found it amusing that such a hardcore fighter decided to become a pet collector in World of Warcraft, and shared what other careers they think their Demon Hunter characters will be pursuing anytime soon. Many players agreed that they'd like to see more demon hunters pursue mundane pursuits to keep their skills sharp in the future.
Despite this, many players expressed dissatisfaction with how Demon Hunter was handled in World of Warcraft. While the class initially received positive feedback from players, some thought World of Warcraft erred by failing to depict what happened to the Demon Hunter after Legion. Players can see this even more clearly when they compare them to death knights, who underwent more development after eliminating their own archenemy in Wrath of the Lich King. If players are lucky, Whitemoon is just the beginning stage in a long process that will demonstrate how some World of Warcraft characters would adjust to a more tranquil life in Dragonflight. Go to okgameblog.com for more game guides.