God damn it. First GoT does it and now WoW. One of the key rules of writing is that any major villain that's going to be killed off must be killed off by something or someone with significant investment in them. (I know WoW is all about random players killing these major villains but story-wise it's normally led by someone who is connected to the boss, aka Velen with Kil'Jaeden) It would be utter injustice if Tyrande or any other key Night Elf figure wasn't there for Azshara's downfall. If they have it led by Jaina and Lor'themar or Sylvanas like the PTR suggests, then that just about sums up the lack-luster writing of BFA. Yes, the expansion has had cool lore moments, but overall the story telling has been nothing but tat.
This is hilarious.
The power of the night warrior transformation is said to be sooo powerful, but she got nothing done with it.They have no idea what they're doing.
It's a throwaway line by the lead encounter designer, not even one of the big story people like Alex, Danuser, or even Golden.I'm honestly a little disappointed that WoWhead would make an article to stir fake controversy like this.
Good riddance. Night elves don't matter and it should stay that way.
No Tyranide in the battle with Azshara? Wtf do they think LUL
"We have too many characters and stories"So then Why would you have so many storylines if you know you can't focus on them, Also the Tyrande excuse is BS she should've been at nazjatar not jaina.
This story is what I would expect from a 12-year old, after consuming 3 cans of Red Bull, and having difficulty focusing on which of 5 different things they are trying to do at any moment. Which is to say, what we have is not a story as much as a half-dozen vignettes, held loosely in bobbing orbit via twine and cloth tape.