This topic might have come up before, but I did the Storms of Winter meta event today and found Asgeir's journal, in which he reveals that it wasn't the Spirits of the Wild that led the Norn south, but rather it was Jormag persuading Asgeir as we've heard and seen her do with countless people during Whisper in the Dark. This, if revealed to the general Norn populace, would obviously be a huge cultural shock to them since the concept of Asgeir and the spirits leading the Norn to safety is an integral part of who they are. But it's not the first time we've seen a race having to face a harsh reality check with their beliefs - in HoT we had the Sylvari who came to realise they were basically just an accident away from being born as mindless murder servants they were "destined" to be, and in PoF we had the human race dealing with their gods abandoning them or straight up turning on them.
If this is the overall story arc we will be seeing in the future as well, how would this come up with Charr and Asura? They don't really hold belief in gods or general spiritualism, the core of their societies are the three Colleges and the Eternal Alchemy for Asura and the four High Legions and the imperators (and/or Khan-Ur) for Charr. Maybe the current storyline of Bangar will lead to the similar type of "reality check" for Charr as the Norn, Sylvari and humans have faced. Idk. What do y'all think?