Well, plenty of interesting material, and thanks to those who provided it. Some I find particularly intriguing...
"One like Wargoth walks Lore" (Paraphrased) "Wargoth turned Xan into an Infernal" - Do I really have to explain? The fact that these two tie together lends them credibility, and even though, "Wargoth turned Xan into an Infernal," could be false, "One like Wargoth..." could still be a possibility. Think about Dove, the flaming barber of Mount Shining Star, or even regular Xan?
Personally though, these two are the ones that I am most fascinated by:
The Land of Dragons and the Land of Fables must reconcile their differences once more.
Eis'aker, the Land of Swords.
I predict that the Land of Fables is Azaveyr (based on the magical wonders and terrors that inhabit it), and we know what the Land of Dragons is. The question is, with these two mighty powers embarking upon intercontinental war, what could possibly bring them together?... Except a danger neither can fight alone. Enter the Land of Swords, what I predict is the war-loving Southern Continent of Eis'aker. What if the war weakens both entities to the point where they have to band together to fight off a newly aggressive Southern Continent, seizing an opportunity in the chaos to launch it's own bid for Fissure control? I mean, it is much geographically closer than the Shapeless Empire, and we know from Akanthus how dangerous it is. You may think, "We would never ally with with the Magisters," but in this case it could be like allying with the Rose against Frydae or Caitiff. Remember, "Better the evil you know." Or, why would the Shapeless fight with us, and not take the battle directly to Eis'aker? Maybe they have fought Eis'aker before, and are aware of how powerful it is, and don't want to go toe-to-toe if they can indirectly fight through us instead?
The Harvest approaches
I am the Reaper
Sing a song of Crows...