Make Lordaeron great again!
Tortollans reciting from Steamy Romance Novels... sounds about as appealing as, I dunno, Gilbert Gottfriend narrating Fifty Shades of Grey...
Seems many of her living would-be subjects won't take kindly to an undead Calia Menethil.Paves the way even more for her taking over the Forsaken and being a bridge between the Alliance and Horde once the faction conflict ends at the end of BfA.
how dare these filthy scarlets call the one true king a mongrel, they will perish.
It's hard to treat the Scarlets as the bad guys when the Forsaken kill and torture for fun, both their enemies and their allies. Or maybe most of them are just so brainless it never occurs to them that Sylvanas might not be worth obeying.
First Crusade, then Onslaught, now Brotherhood...Huh...The Scarlets just keep rebranding.Wonder if this is in any way related to the Argent Crusade's Brotherhood of the Light. I remember in Cataclysm some members of the Argent Crusade questioned their loyalty after liberating Tyr's Hand from the Undead Scarlet Crusaders because in many ways they are as zealous as the Scarlet Crusade once was.
So... Marcus can now add a Naga to the list of female races he's "conversed" with. What've we had so far? A Draenei, Tauren, Undead, Gnome, what else are we missing?
Which of the Night Elves' allies are we talking about here?
Blizzard better not be trying to make it out like it's evil for us to want Lordaeron back after promising so much with the BFA cinematic and prelude.
But it is. Lordaeron just dont belong ti the alliance. Its not about taking it back its about conquered it. If you claim that lordaeron belong to the first on their, then the forest troll in the horde say hello. If you say that it belong to the one that conquered it and have it for a long time since the game began, than the forsaken are the one you are talking about. The stormwind human have no claim on it. And please dont talk about the few lordaeron human in stormwind, their number mean nothing compare to the lordaeron in the horde.
Considering we saw a dissonance in the Scarlet Crusade, I thought we'd get them in the Horde for a Paladin Forsaken in the Horde, but this seems more like those Light-based Forsaken as a HORDE allied race rather than Alliance. Where Calia tries to reintegrate into the Alliance and fights them subjected to overwhelming bigotry. But this seems to contradict the Naaru's plans for Calia, so this could just be the next step in establishing the Lightbound as a light-based alternative to the Legion & Calia abandoning the Horde AND AllianceAlso, Calia was never married.... The Corpse Bride pejorative is weird
Just reading the emotes for the Baby Direhorn is too cute... XD
this is very well
My fav couple! Omg I was in tears when I read the book, and they're still in the story!