Was not he/she (lol ;p) supposed to appear in Cataclysm ? --Elveonora (talk) 23:19, December 12, 2011 (UTC)

There is some speculation that N'Zoth controls and was the primary corruptor of Deathwing and the tentacled parts of the deathwing encounter are actually parts or agents of N'Zoth inside Deathwing breaking out. --Gengar orange 22x22Beware the sneaky smile! Fandyllic (talk · contr) 12 Dec 2011 5:51 PM Pacific

Thanks, kinda disappointed though cause I thought he will be a killable boss in Cataclysm. --Elveonora (talk) 21:19, December 13, 2011 (UTC)

Legion Edit

It would be cool if he was a surprise addition to Legion later down the road, everything including his location on the Chronicles map, only Old God left we haven't fought/seen, "drowned god", closest to the Emerald Dream and corrupting Xavius. I know it's wishful thinking but I'm hoping it makes a surprise appearance in Legion.
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I've been wondering this myself for some time actually. From all of the information we have about this old god, it would seem as though its prison should be located relatively close to the Tomb of Sargeras, so now would be the perfect time to encounter N'zoth, as we are potentially right nearby.
On the other hand, by the end of this expansion we may end up defeating this legion invasion, as we have defeated their previous invasions throughout Azeroth's history. If that ends up being the case, we may need some other sinister force to battle in the next expansion, one which is somewhat on par with the strength of the Legion. The corruption of the old gods would be a perfect theme for the next expansion, and introducing N'zoth toward the end of this expansion would be a perfect segue into the next one.
-Sitb (talk) 13:23, August 16, 2016 (UTC)