Talk:The Icebrood Saga
A bit of trivia: in the soundtrack's file names IBS is referred to as "LW5", but I haven't seen any other official source where they referred to it as Living World Season 5. (Makes me wonder, after EoD will they continue with S6 or will they release a "proper" S5?) -- kazerniel (talk | contribs) 01:47, 9 August 2021 (UTC)
- There's been other references to The Icebrood Saga as Living World Season 5 by the Devs (at least, internally). Here: https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/The_Icebrood_Saga_announcement I'm sure I've seen/heard/read it other places, as well. Inculpatus cedo (talk) 02:18, 9 August 2021 (UTC)
- Yes, there is plenty of official usage of "Living World Season 5" when talking about The Icebrood Saga. "The Icebrood Saga" is just a name for the season, like Scarlet's War for Season 1. EDIT: Though they do use IBS more prominently since it was originally supposed to be a bigger thing based on the announcement and later dev statements (before they got all shifted to EoD), so that's why the page is named like that and not LWS5 I guess. ~Sime 02:29, 9 August 2021 (UTC)
Jormag vs. Primordus
So if I understand things correctly form reading the Story sections, in Path of Fire Balthazar wanted to pit those two Dragons against each other (thus gaining their magic(?)) but also destryoing Tyria.
- Yes, it is explained throughout the season (and touched upon even in S3, S4). Tl:dr we did not have much of a choice currently + we now have Aurene who can absorb the excess magic (which did not work out much anyway, but at least it did not go to a warmongering god who didn't care if Tyria gets destroyed). ~Sime 16:04, 20 November 2021 (UTC)