Burning of Teldrassil Broadcast Text Updates (Spoilers)
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we datamined some initial dialogue related to the Burning of Teldrassil. Author Christie Golden cautioned on Twitter that the dialogue was not yet final, and more changes were recently added.
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Sylvanas starts off her dialogue the same, explaining to the hero why they must control the Azerite:
Your eyes seem uncertain about something, $n. You may ask me freely about my plans, if you wish.
Warchief, may I ask why we want to capture Teldrassil?
"Time is sensitive here, but I respect that you seek to know more.
<Sylvanas points to Silithus on the map>.
No matter what I do, THIS will change the balance of power.
And azerite sightings are coming in from across the world, $n. We still do not know its full potential, we only know that it will create a new generation of warfare.
What will war look like in twenty years? In a hundred?"
However the next part of the dialogue has changed. Previously the dialogue was:
"The Horde's children, and their children's children, will curse our memories as they burn.
If life had any mercy at all, you and I would exist in peace for the rest of our days. We have both seen enough of war, but neither of us has seen the last of it.
The Horde and the Alliance have been at a stalemate. Both of our armies have been exhausted against the Legion.
But therein, I see an opportunity."
"We take this azerite and use it to conquer Kalimdor.
We build the greatest empire ever known; one that is untouchable against the Alliance.
With the seas parting our lands, rather than mere borders, we can live and prosper without conflict.
That is how you ensure the survival of the Horde for the next hundred years, $n."
It has now been changed to:
"What is certain is that Teldrassil and its Night Elves pose a clear threat to the peace and safety of the Horde on Kalimdor.
Darnassus will serve as a safe harbor for smuggling azerite to the Eastern Kingdoms. We simply cannot allow this to occur.
To win this war, we must control the azerite. To control the azerite, we must eliminate the Kal'dorei threat.
We do not have time to waste."
A wall of wisps? Hah! That is nothing that our Dark Rangers and demolishers cannot overcome, my lady.
The scouting party I led to Malfurion underestimated the wisps as you do now, Nathanos. You may want to note that they did not return.
We cannot kill them -- well -- not enough of them to matter. But we may be able to disperse them.
Interesting. The wisps are just responding to Malfurion's call. But what if more of the forest were to cry out for help?
That is precisely what I was thinking. $n, would you be so kind as to test our theory?
"The Warchief wants to scare off the wisps, eh? I have just the thing.
You wanna fly this thing? Or do you wanna drop the bombs?"
I can fly. Lighting the forest on fire isn't my style.
"I'm still trying to figure out the space for this. We may need to clear some trees out or get a tree asset that I can make glow.
Pretend it was awesome and that wisps broke out from the wall, creating visible cracks where you bombed."
Hmmm, this wisps were dispersing? Excellent. Our plan may just work.
$n, make yourself useful around camp. We need to keep the Kal'dorei's attention while I come up with a solution to our wisp problem.
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