Didn't Steve Danuser claim in a lore interview that she wouldn't lead the Forsaken? Of course Blizz could change their mind about that, but I'd welcome seeing her struggle with taking responsibility as the technical Queen of Lordaeron and trying to be her own undead.I thinnnk I've read some division between Forsaken fans about having a holy shmolly undead lead a generally neutral evil faction (and yes there are some straight good-aligned forsaken).
Stop trying to push her to the Horde... She is a Alliance problem deal with it without *#&$¨ the Horde even more cause of reasons. They already said she will not be a Horde leader.... i do hope they keep their word this time.Tyranda clearly knew Calia before her turning and sundelly she (and the other leaders go on fight stance too...) goes "all out" on her just for her talking to her?
She’s the best situated for it in my opinion. Many of the Forsaken are former citizens of Lordaeron and she was their Princess. For others, such as the Night Elf sentinels, she is a beacon of hope that can guide them through the unseats transition along with Lilian and Derek.It also gives the Forsaken an opportunity to stop being the villains all the damn time.
I really hope not. I don't wanna see the Forsaken have their sinister and edgy theme diluted. It just wouldn't be fair to Horde/Forsaken players who have played this game for decades and it's bad enough Sylvanas is becoming a antagonist. Make Lilian Voss the leader. She's not overly hostile or immoral like Sylvanas but she still looks and acts like a traditional Undead.
I hope they try to make her the leader just to hasten Steven Danuser getting fired and all his trash getting retconned. He has no respect for already existing lore when it comes to Forsaken. Sylvanas is too ingrained in Forsaken identity for anyone else to lead the Forsaken. The sooner Steve gets "reassigned" the sooner this story can be repaired.
I just realized something... Calia and Derek seem to be getting along quite well. A Proudmoore and a Menethil... Heh, the irony.
With Calia leading the Forsaken, just you watch. Forsaken Paladins incoming in 3... 2... 1...
This seems like some Alliance players and Horde players who were Alliance players want lol. Calia is the antitheses of Forsaken aesthetics. Blizzard can't be that stupid.... Can they?
Lilian Voss should become the next leader of the forsaken, so she can tropily become the very thing of which she swore to destroy.
Calia is like a Barbie doll, empty inside. No experience, she is even look pretty alive than 99% of Forsakens. If as a Horde player, you walk through Lilian's story, you feel her pain and her acceptance of herself later. She is truly want to help her people. Derek and Calia must go home. They never be the same as regular Forsaken and serve the Alliance.
as a horde player (specifically undead) i sure as $%^& hope not.
As an Alliance player i can confirm No one likes this idea.. and i find it sad horde cant stick to their own crap.