Oh my that was literally the funniest joke I've seen for a while.And what am I left with? Become a mindless servant to Sylvanas?You serve no one. Join the Forsaken and carve your own path. You'll be amongst those who accept you for what you've become.Good one! Honestly, the way forsaken are today is exactly 'mindless servants' (or even whole horde :D). I'm looking forward to seeing that whole Desolate Council or whatever their name was...hopefully they're gonna be something different than 'Sylvanas is our god!11'. I admit I liked the presence of Lillian in rogue order, it was good to see her do anything, really. And suddnely she becomes ok with being an undead and serving Sylvanas who is doing exactly what LK was doing, or actually worse things? Also, why would she address Blightcaller this way? I'd rather she was more independent, like an assassin should be. Working more on her own.
The Alliance-biased sour grapes in these comments is exceptional, even by typical WoW forum standards. Never mind the fact Blizzard has flat out confirmed Sylvanas doesn’t use mind control and that all Forsaken serve by choice. Never mind the fact the Forsaken have always been portrayed as a faction of free-willed undead fighting for their survival in a world that hates and fears them because of their curse alone. They’ve always been shunned by any still-living family and hunted by the living since before vanilla. Never mind the fact Sylvanas has yet to commit even one atrocity akin to that of the Lich King. Literally everyone to die on her orders has fallen because they were either an armed combatants waging war on her people, or traitors selling her people out to the Burning Legion or the Alliance, like Varimathras and Putress or the Desolate Council, respectively.One can find fault with the morally grey aspect that defines Forsaken culture at times, but labeling them as “Scourge 2.0” is canonically-inaccurate at best. They are more like the Arakkoa Outcasts in WoD if anything, constantly in a war of self-preservation against their former kin.I myself am Horde-biased, obviously, and I could go on and on and point out every detail of the darker aspects of the Lore in the Alliance, and the implications surrounding those particularly for Anduin, Jaina, and Genn, but I’ve made my point.There is a fine line between objective speculation and biased hysterics.