Soooo... Vulpera AR confirmed? :)
"Battle for Azeroth will have two distinctive stories, tailored to each faction. Legion more-or-less told the same story for both factions."Ok, but we're still going full on old gods by 8.2. If they try to tell us otherwise that's when they're flat out lying. If the alliance and the horde keep fighting each other when Queen Azshara shows up they are officially braindead. There are enough elves on both sides now, indeed enough "nightelves" on both sides now that there should be a strong "hey, you, Warchief/King, yeah this is bigger than your race war" message ringing out in both factions. They can keep their warfronts and their island expeditions going on as expansion-evergreen faction war themed content offerings, but the story after 8.2 will be Azshara/Old Gods. The faction war will be the "suramar" of BFA, and how relevant was Suramar by the time we were on Argus? Yeah.
It's definitely clear after reading this interview, and this is a theory I've held for a while that's supported by every allied race coming with a character slot, that we as players are kinda sorta intended to play both sides to see all of the story. They can't come out and say that really, and I mean, I'm fine with that, and I'd intended to have "factional mains" anyway, but... "declare your allegiance," my ass. :P
What are the names of people who are working on the development of each faction? So I can know who to blame or create an altar of exaltation hahahaha. I've heard that the leveling of the horde is more interesting than the alliance in the sense of immersion in the scenario and interesting things to do.They join several orcish clans in a single race, but dwarves do everything separately for us to have multiple characters to up, both technically, Wildhamer and Iron already in the alliance.I do not know if it's to get hyped.
I'm excited for the possibilities of Wildhammer Dwarves and Vulpera being an allied race!
"While different factions may win and lose various battles in BFA, Blizzard doesn't want the end of the expansion plot to make players feel like they've definitely chosen the wrong faction."Aaaah. So it's only at the very end of the expansion that we will not feel we chose the wrong faction. But until that point, we will feel nothing else.
He does have a point. Data Mining does make us go insane at times.
After reading this I guess if the vulpera/sethrak scenario comes true, horde will get vulpera 100%. Mixed feelings, I like sethrak a lot.
So far blizzard has done a terrible job making up feel as if we chose wrong faction, they keep saying both factions will do terrible stuff, but we have no examples of allis doing so and in fact the horde going so bad that Saurfang one of the most beloved characters and the pinnacle of honor within the horde if no all of azeroth fricking leaving the horde....
Wildhammer dwarves could literally be as easy as the golden eyes were for bloodelves: Add some customization for tattoos to the bronzebeard/standard dwarves, maybe some hairstyles, done.
Wildhammer dwarves? Y E S. Want them since Cataclysm. One of the most fun and less peacocky races.
Digging up Cata stuff to find the one genuinely bad thing Alliance did exposes the problem of Blizzards writing. The Alliance today doesn't face any of the issues it used to in early Warcrafts and parts of Vanilla. Where are the members whose hatred for the Orcs blind them to all reason? Or the members like Perenolde/Blackmoore who had no interest in the Alliance, but used it for personal gain? Horde are getting shafted with Sylvanas, but even the Alliance players should be worried that there is no real depth to their own faction. Even Rogers/Genn are so tame in their 'hatreds'.