Oh no: Everyone who’s died in World of Warcraft is going to the worst hell

World of Warcraft’s next expansion, Shadowlands, offers new zones and a compelling story about the nature of death. It turns out that everyone was a little bit right about the afterlife, and now the heroes of Azeroth must correct a terrible error. You see, everyone who dies, no matter what their beliefs or actions in life, is being sent to Warcraft’s mega hell.

When someone dies, their soul is ferried to a specific afterlife. A very few souls, the worst of the worst, are sent to The Maw, where they’re tortured for eternity.

 

Join World of Warcraft today and stay tuned for more exciting !!!

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