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At this point any Horde that follow Sylvanas are willfully stupid."Hahah, morally grey."Joke's over, Blizzard is throwing every and all characters under the bus so we can have a warfront boss and making the Horde straight up evil. At this point it's like Game of Thrones, where so many characters have died that you stop caring."But, but my Before the Storm / A Good War" You read those, right? You know, from her point of view where she admits that her end goal is to wipe out all the living and raise them into her service? Where she took a look at every member of the Horde that might be neutral towards the Alliance and preemptively decided she would have to deal with them one day? How is anyone who has a conscious okay with raising forsaken night elves? And that's a real kick the dog moment that they have the gall to raise Delaryn as their new pawn. That's messed up on many levels, and I hate that Blizzard is forcing the Horde player to find the corpses of these Alliance heroes, who shouldn't be fighting for the faction that killed them and desecrated their homes. But of course, now we'll say it's mind control because the difference between Sylvannas and the Lich King is negligible. But can we not? Just remove the night elf forsaken, and make a point that Sylvannas for whatever reason, doesn't want them in her army. There, I made her actually morally grey for us all.
Her armor and color pick kind of remind me of Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane, from the tv series Game of Thrones. And she also is undead, controlled by someone. Huge reference by Blizzard?
all this alliance bias is making me sick
Night Elves CANT be turned into undeads. Just like worgens and draeneis. THEY CANT. Only the LK who has an immense necromantic power can do that. Who the actual hell writes this ? Throwing the lore to the garbage can.
It is as if there is a reason why you shouldn't bring back more Forsaken....because they are totally scarred and mentally 'damaged' in a sense. There are few expections who retained their minds fully without falling into Lich King's or Sylvanas' corruption but those either happen with very recent raisings or 'well' plot armor...Or you are Sylvanas' boy toy.Btw, was Sira even at Darkshore or Teldrassil ? Last I checked, she was tending the Vault on Broken Isles. When did she die and Sylvanas went and raised her ( Basicly doing what Arthas did to her )
Ya know when a character in a movie says the title of the movie and you make the :o face?
The thing that I love with the Scour-- I mean, the Forsaken, is that Blizzard gives the Alliance their own heroes and troops as enemies, instead of putting an orc, troll or tauren there. They make them kill their former friends and allies that now somehow hate them for absurdly edgy teenager reasons so that they don't lose one of theirs. They get to kill the Alliance hero, and they make the Alliance kill them too.It's a disgusting development that the Horde doesn't have to suffer. They just get "randomly disgruntled" former Alliance guys that now hate the Alliance more than what they hated the Horde before because whatever.That's why the undead should have been their own faction, raising everyone from the other two factions and being all around pure evil, and they should never have done any race-faction switcheroo. No humans of any kind on the Horde, no elves of any kind on the Horde, just classic and appropriate Horde races on the Horde.The Zandalari show that they could have had big "civilised" cities with appropriate races if they just had made the effort, but no, Darkspear only know how to make straw huts unlike other troll tribes/nations who somehow know how to build stone (I mean GOLD) buildings, and yes, I know there were few of them but come on, build a couple of small temples at least! And roads!
What is it about the Wardens that causes them to go a little crazy (Maiev) or totally, full-blown traitorous (Cordana, now Sira)?
Garrosh once asked Sylvanas what makes her different from the Lich King. She simply replied with her loyalty to the Warcheif...Now she is the Warcheif.What makes her any different from Arthas?Honestly, this is the kind of question I want to ask with her. I find this rather interesting to see what will happen to her. I'm expecting some plot shifts when the expansion goes Old Gods.
I guess Blizzard just scrapped the whole free will thing from the Forsaken?