Nice to see the alliance getting some "love" this Xpac
The Broken Shore Scenario looks like it will be the kick-off for Legion; a part of the 7.0 pre-launch, I imagine.What I haven't seen, however, is any explanation of the apparent time gap between Draenor and Legion. For example, Anduin looks quite a bit older than the 10-12 year old you can currently visit in Stormwind. And then there's Nomi who has gone from a young Pandarian ("I'm growing a beard") to the adult cooking trainer in the new Dalaran.Perhaps someone in the Alpha can shed some light on this?
Can someone explain to me why Tirion dies twice?
If Jaina is going to end up becoming a raid boss, at least kill Thrall in the process.http://mipeltaja-art.tumblr.com/post/127301109590/so-youre-telling-me-jaina-has-gone-awol-in-legion
I highly doubt Jaina went off the deep end. Her perspective actually makes a lot of sense. She spent years trying to forge a lasting peace between the Alliance and the Horde, even having the Horde kill her father in the process. Then the destruction of Theramore, the deaths of everyone that Jaina knew, from her most trusted generals and advisors to the friends that she formed a bond with over the years, gone in an instant. The worst part? It was at the hands of the people she believed could coexist with the Alliance. Somehow, she managed to contain her rage against the Horde to try another chance at cooperation. This time, the Sunreavers violated the neutral stance of Dalaran, and delivered a dangerous artifact to Garrosh, a madman who would stop at nothing, would stoop as low as he needed to go in order to fulfill his "vision" of the Horde. Her vision of peace and coexistence was once again shattered. Come Warcrimes, although she mended her relationship with Thrall, it doesn't necessarily extend to the Horde. Now we come to the Broken Shore, where the Horde supposedly abandoned their position and left the Alliance flank exposed. The Horde was probably overrun, and had to sound a tactical retreat; but from the perspective of someone like Jaina that has been embittered due to her experience with the Horde, she has a right to assume the worst. The destruction of Theramore and Anduin's near crippling injuries are a testament to that. Now those of you who think she should be the next "raid" boss, would you think any different given the horrors she's endured, and the lack of player knowledge from the audience? Even Anduin, who thinks we shouldn't be fighting each other, says that Jaina and King Greymane are understandably upset.
It's so sad to see Blizzard continue to ruin Jaina. She used to be one of the greatest heroes for good, she was the one that allied with the Horde against the Legion. She was always the rational member of the Alliance, she even allied with the Horde to kill her own father! But now she's been twisted into a crazy xenophobic b**** that wants to see the Horde destroyed. Why? Because one single Orc destroyed her city and killed her husband. Just one single Orc, and she hates millions as a result. Where is the sense and rationale in that? Why is she blaming the entire Horde for Garrosh, despite the fact that the Horde rebelled against and overthrew Garrosh? It's just such a shame that Blizzard have run her character into the ground. At this point I think they should either restore her to her former glory or kill her off, because they clearly don't know her to do her character justice anymore.
Glad to see Tyrande in Legion. Mind you; only the Grand Alliance can win her heart if Malfurion's not home.