By the looks of it Horde is an aggressor once again. I really hoped it will be different this time yet Blizz, once again, takes the most obvious way.FeelsBadMan
LOL I really hope the one complaining about the wine is a nightborne NPCAlso dat zandalari racism! They really don't respect anyone
That's the deal... it's boring to have them as an aggressor once again. I hoped that it would be like "Sylvanas didn't destroyed that tree, even though she was there to stop it yet we will conquer Undercity.".
Sylvanas doesn't know where Teldrasil is.
Looks like Malfurion is up to something shady if he's gathering an army.
after reading this ... i really want how the fate of Malfurion after Burning Teldrassil ... is he dead ?
Blizzard's storytelling is about as subtle as a cannonball to the face. I personally expected no different, as they've never really given us an interesting twist and every plotline telegraphed easily... I hoped to be proven wrong this time but apparently not
Actually if you read it again, it sounds like There is treachery at foot. Sylvanas is not an aggressive Leader, and i believe the Horde is tricked. There is a reason the Horde burned down the nelf city, and i don't think Blizz is willing to tell us yet.
<STEVE IS GOING TO TAKE THIS FROM OK AND LONG, TO EPIC AND CONCISE>*energetically signs S-T-E-V-E in semaphore*
As long as we get out of this expansion without another Horde death or imprisonment, I don't care who starts as the aggressor.Have Sylvanas suffer defeat, have her step down because of it or a rally that she is unfit. Let Saurfang step up, Thrall come back, Baine fill in, or anything really.In the end, it's all about Azshara and Old Gods anyway.