Here we go. The start of Tyrande getting villain batted and turned into a raid boss to finalize peace. It's been an expansion in the making.
Finally the real Tyrande is back.
god i hate genn abd tyrande so much. anduin is trying for peace, but those two dont want peace
Great news, Tyrande doing silly things. Again.
Let's hope that it'll be a Alliance leader going mad and doing bad $%^& for once, it's getting tiresome to have only the Horde leaders #$%^ing up for 4 expansions in a row.
The Horde can't just fix their own problems. The council is a good start.They need to make amends. They need to do something selfless for the Alliance. I dunno what, but if it's not something big, then what should Tyrande and Genn be lured into another round of 'Horde said they wanted peace but changed their minds'.Just sayin'.
Finally the treehugger is making progress! Loving this so damn much! Hope they don't ruin this build up!
Its hillarious how genn agrees while he attacked the horde during an armistice in legion.
Tyrande is so stupid. She's responsible for the genocide of her people in some way. And now, instead of protecting her people and reclaiming the territories they lost, she will chase Sylvanas.
"Aid and comfort."Yeah, Stormwind's very best street corners to cry on.And Tyrande's right to demand justice from the Horde as a) why aren't helping her hunt down Sylly if they're "sorry" for the war? And b) Sylly didn't literally burn the tree. She gave the order just like she started the war. The Horde marched to her order.(as I'm sure Hordies will be proud to bellow in following posts)The Horde broke the previous treaty, invaded Ashenvale, murdered every single Night Elf they could find, rolled up Darkshore killing every Furbolg and Naga they encountered, piloted the bombers, crewed the catapults, and literally hacked the Night Elves in the back.Oh sure the Forsaken did the worst of it as usual, but that was with Grunts and Axe Throwers and siege weapons at their backs. Saurfang was alone in protesting the war as unjust and, much as I respect his refusal to execute Malfurion, if Sylly hadn't been so stupid as to ask exactly the wrong person to do the killing Malf would be dead.It's remarkable that Anduin's contribution to the Kaldorei war was first refusing to help fight and then refusing to help his allies. As I knew it there was a lot of hope that he'd be better than his father about helping the actual Alliance instead of being hungry to battle the Horde. Instead he's managed to split the difference exactly down the middle being wrong both ways by not being loyal to the Kaldorei while being sympathetic to the Horde.Oh, speaking of traitors Sylly's headed back to Silvermoon. Mark my words it's on the chopping block. Maybe not next, but since we already know BfA's era ends with both factions controlling their entire continents that means Silvermoon's gotta do too.But not the Exodar. Blizz would have to care about Azuremyst to bother destroying it.
One of those leaks sounds like it might be right...
Something something the Horde has lost many-a warchiefs, whereas Alliance have only lost Varian.
As a mainly alliance, mainly elven player since vanilla: She gotta die. Faction divide is outdated. I accept her as a sacrifice if need be.