When Alexandros killed his son in Scarlet Monastery it looked like a revenge, like a justice, so the story was nice. But literally wiping his soul from existence AFTER killing just to have a cool skull in a brand-new blade... What the hell? So one of the first paladins looks like a true monster who fully deserved his turning into undead. It will be extremely disgusting.
Maybe. But I don't think smuggling his son's disembodies skull into shadowlands, as he first enters the shadowlands, is likely. Did he make his way back to the land of the living to retrieve the skull? Did he track him down in the afterlife and kill him again? That might make sense, considering the fangs.
So, any way to loot that weapon?Asking for a Paladin friend. <.<
Maybe its the Skull of Gul'dan https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/wowwiki/images/d/d4/Illidan_skull.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20070727212427
Am I the only one that thinks the sword looks meh? Like Ashbringer was iconic because it was an iconic vanilla design at the time. Trying to imitate that with some twisted version of it just looks bad with today's graphics. It looks bland, and because it's a dark grey, looks like a stone sword from Minecraft more than a mythical weapon from the Shadowlands.
Could have sworn the first time I saw it in-game it was referred to as Fatebringer
I would throw it out that nobody knows the true answer at this moment, because there is none. My guess is the Blizzard decision-makers have not made the decision yet.So yeah, everybody, keep on feeding ideas to Blizzard.
How would he obtain Renault's skull in the shadowlands?
Skull doesn't look human, but then again Kel'Thuzad was Human, and his skull does look like that.