It bugged me that Khadgar didn't become old man Khadgar when he beat Medivh.
In the novelization of the movie, it is very clear that Garona is daughter of Medivh. Medivh says that himself to Moroes before he kill him.
Andery... good to know. :D Now I gotta track down the novelization. Thanks for the heads-up.
I had been wondering if any other chieftans had been put in. Noticed Grom and Kargath .I'm glad someone pointed out Kilrogg. I'll have to go back and look now that I know. :D
In one of the early Horde scenes - I think it was when they were massing to go through the portal - you can see several clan banners with accurate emblems; I saw at least Blackrock clan and I think either Warsong or Bleeding Hollow, can't remember for sure. Also, when they show Stormwind for the first time, there's a very brief statement of the main Stormwind music from the game, which I thought was a fantastic touch. And I can also confirm that "Legends of Azeroth" is quoted during the end credits. (Both of these themes are credited at the very end where songs used in a film are usually listed.)
My reaction when Magni mention Lothar's Garrison in the beginning:https://cdn.meme.am/instances/500x/33549540.jpg
Just a few remarks :1) It's not any axe, it's the Betrayer of Humanity, or at least an axe looking like it2) Alodi doesn't appear first in Legion, he is a main character in the mangas
That guy far to the right when all of the Warlords are standing together in the fel room, who is that? I always thought that was Kilrogg but I guess not
Kilrogg Deadeye can be seen during the final battle couple of times. He kills the black human commander (Varis) and the second time I spotted him was after Garona kills king Llane, Grommash and Kilrogg lift her towards Guldan.
When Durotan duels Gul'dan you see someone picking up a banner and holding it, i thought this could be an easter egg towards the ingame duel banner.
I thought I saw Ner'zhul as well. The first scene we scene Grom, an Orc looking similar to Ner'zhul with the crescent shaped stave is standing to the left of Grom. Might be wrong though.
I'm glad to see I'm not the only one whow caught the gnoll.
The gun given to Lothar by the Dwarves, nicknamed the Boomstick, is based on Precisely Calibrated Boomstick. Wrong since the Precisely Calibrated Boomstick is a Rifle with a Scope. So this Boomstick might just be a reference since there are no hand cannons that look like the boomstick, Secondly I don't why a summoning stone would be in Elwynn Forrest seeing that there is no dungeon. Morose did not give Lothar a Healing pot , it was just a glass of red wine . Call it what you will but if it was a Super Healing Potion it would of been in a vial . Plus Super Healing Pots didn't come out until BC . So if it was it would of been a Major , Superior , Lesser or just a health potion . The Book that Khadgar picks up is not the Book of Medivh . Why do I say it's not well simply because there is not enough details to show us that it is and if I remember correctly Book of Medivh hasn't been in WoW and only referenced to in Warcraft 2 & 3 so there is no real material to go on . If you're going to state something then make damn sure you have more evidence that just stating something you believe. Like the stair case in Kara in the movie , None of the stair cases cept for the one to Medivhs chamber look like that in the movie. I hardly know the lore and yet I've spent more hours than I like inside Kara to know this . Even if this was before WoW . Nothing resembles Karazhan in the movie that we've known in the game. Down to the Golem as well .
You forgot one of my favourites... when the gryphon returns to Stormwind with (i think) Kadghar on his back into the righthand opening where the flight master is in game. Nice accuracy there!