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Not sure what is Blizzard's goal here. We (Horde) had enough with a war criminal for a Warchief, now another one?Sylvanas has lost her sh*t. More to come in the battle in Lordaeron and BFA. She needs to go. What that means still remains to be seen.And bring back Thrall already will you?
First off, as details that were absent from the game, and are present in other available/soon-to-be-available media will show: When Sylvannas was given that piece of Azerite by Gallywix at the post-Legion buffet, it did exactly what the goblins have known it does for awhile: Provide the possessor insight, knowledge, expand their perceptions and thought processes. This is the very same (or very similar) material the goblins were gathering on Kezan (their starting zone).That moment, Sylvannas saw how she could push the Alliance forces, the strategies, in her cold, logic-driven, mind, churned out what should be the expected result of things. Unfortunately, logic has a piss-poor way of handling emotion and loyalty. Anduin got a similar surge of knowledge and understanding, except his was two-fold: Not only in how Azerite could be used as a weapon, but also how it could be used to help people.Sylvannas had accounted for this plan: Killing Malfurion to break their hope, and capturing Teldrassil to hold the citizenry hostage. The plan that this would force the Alliance to dedicate resources to taking Teldrassil back, while not doing the same for the Gilneans's efforts in Lordaeron to take Gilneas back, as Greymane has been wanting. She figured this would force a divide between Kings, and start fracturing the Alliance. When Malfurion was left to get away (her reasoning for not finishing him off herself is yet to be revealed), she turned to the alternative to break the hope of the Night Elves: Burn the tree. The depiction of Sylvannas in the Warbringer cinematic is not showing it as an impetuous, emotion-driven, spur of the moment decision as everyone implies. She made a decision, as a band-aid to what her original plan was that, well... didn't go as planned: "I did not foresee this outcome"There is a ton more story coming, and everyone is getting up in arms with the prologue. We are not even into the first chapter yet. Give. It. Time.
They really nailed their dialogue, so recognizable.
DAD OF BOI!
What prompts the dialogue to appear? I am standing next to them for 15 minutes on a character that completed the Thorns questline, and they won't talk.
I love where Blizzard is taking the story in WoW. There is so much heart in it, bringing real life themes into what is usually entertainment. Much like a good book, the story moves you, and I love where it's moving.