War is not fair. Battles are won, and battles are lost, regardless of how hard preparations have been and how many precautions were taken. We as players may be salty about either side winning one stretch of it, that doesn't mean they won or lost the war.But sadly, these things do, and will happen, and we just gotta learn to deal with it like bloody adults.
TFW Blightcaller has the msot text xD
To be fair 90% of the Alliance War Campaign was literally saving the Horde from their own War Chief. We go through all the trouble of stopping the San'layn from joining, and then at the very end, we interrupt him feasting on Horde soldiers. It probably would've set the Horde further back if we'd let them join, as they devour you boys from the inside until you had to deal with the problem yourselves.It was only our very last mission that was "oh yeah, maybe we should do something useful" and we go sabotage the fleet.EDIT: Also did they change Umbric's voice? That absurdly low modulation is gone.
Bolvar has a new voice instead of the usual lich king voice over? does this mean he has subdued ner'zhul inside the helm of domination?
It's funny how everyone argues about the Horde and Alliance favoritism, claims Rastakhan is pointless to the story, how Mekkatorque is really important and how his lost is unrecovable from, but everyone, literally EVERYONE missed the point that the freakin' Lich King has different voice. Like, what?
If they do not pay attention to what Sylvanas is doing, it will be too late for when they want to fight against it ... Captain Stone's tabard keeps bothering me, a spoiler about what Sylvanas is looking for?
I think what makes people from the Alliance claim "horde favoritism" is partially the attitude of many horde players and also how humiliated Alliance was at the beginning of this war (and people hadn't quite recovered from that yet).I mean, during the burning of Teldrassil the NEs were completely passive about it and Sylvanas plans were a huge success. After that, on Siege of Lordaeron, even thought the Alliance reclaimed the city it felt like a Horde victory because everyone (except Saurfang) escaped and Sylvanas blasted her own city denying it to the Alliance forces.Now when it's time for the Alliance to strike back they have the need to make it like "oh, it was a success, half ot the zandalari fleet was destroyed, rastakhan is dead, we recovered the sceptre, but at what cost? Jaina was left badly wounded and Mekkatorque is almost dead. The Horde fought so bravely!" Feels like there's always a "...but" on Alliance victories. They have a need to always give the Horde a back rub even when they are defeated. This is what seems like favoritism. Well, at least this is what it looks like during this datamine. I hope there are many amazing cinematics that make the Alliance victory look like a heroic victory, etc. We could even get out own CGI moment like "Old Soldier". Who knows? Really hyped for the Tyrande plot on Darkshore too.
I am a Horde player and I'd love nothing more if the Alliance could be the ones to get the "our leader keeps doing bad things and none of the other leaders will do anything about it" storyline for once.I don't see the Horde favouritism in that storyline. It's frustrating as a Horde player. Blizzard refuses to let the Horde stand as a united force, while the Alliance has little to no internal conflict. At least that seems to be changing a LITTLE moving forward, but still. I can see how Alliance players would feel like they are getting the short end of the stick, but I think the Horde players would much rather they have a leader that isn't contentious. So the feeling goes both ways.The Horde feels like Blizzard keeps stomping on them with leader after leader that eventually gets torn down, while the Alliance watches this happen with envy because all they see is lots of Horde leaders in cutscenes.
I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry at all these Horde NPC's talking about honor.
"Oh you wanted Mecha Gnomes? I thought you said Mega Gnomes!" - Blizzard probably