I approve Tyrande's objective and the only thing to ask to her (as horde), please give Sylvannas head to Talanji so she can be free from Bwomsandi's deal c:.That aside, I understand Tyrande and Genn, I don't think the hate the horde. Genn cannot trust them (wich is totally undertandable) and Tyrande, well Teldrassil….I get if she wants to do something against the horde (after she get Sylvannas someday), I hope blizz show a story there where Baine and Thrall confront her but searching peace and maybe a deal(?) idk, hard to think specially now with the night warrior change.
"Tyrande: Your faith is naive, lion son. I will sign no treaty unless it is written in the Banshee's blood!" So kill Sylvanas and there will be peace, no problem. I can't understand why that is so difficult, she is not "Morally gray". Even if the plot twist suggests she did it to prove she was on the old God's side to gain the power to destroy it, she should have picked a better target. Not one that was full of civilians (children).
Funny how people forget that Saurfang planned the war campaign. They also forget that he struck Malfurion in the back. So tiring the blame everything on Sylvanas crew. How about the Alliance killing Goblins in Sylithus? Wasn't that a breach of the peace? Tyrande's real issue is about Elune. Everything else is just side dishes.
People seem to be conflating Anduin's "Let's have peace with the Horde" with "Forgive the Horde". Anduin's trying to break the cycle of needless hatred and violence that fuels atrocities like the Burning of Teldrassil. People saying we need to kill more Horde to get even are actually falling into Sylvanas's crap of "Let's commit atrocities to prevent future atrocities" BS. The line she fed Saurfang and the horde to get them amped to attack Teldrassil.Plus it really does beg the question, how do you parcel out the appropriate amount of Horde people to kill before "retribution for Teldrassil"?
Really hope that they don't off Tyrande a la Fandral. Getting sick of Kaldorei being the red-headed stepchildren of WoW. People act like having your city torched means you're supposed to just suck it up and move on, no, Teldrassil may have been corrupted, but it was still a racial capital. If they'd have done the same stuff to Thunder Bluff, people would have been livid. Jaina already proved that a powerful Mage can iceblock/frost nova the Blight and it can be purified - torching an entire tree takes a hell of a lot of time to repair. With Jaina already sort of BFFs with Thalyssra, it's only a matter of time before she fixes Lordaeron and that's up and running as a capital again. Typical Blizz means that Night Elves will go another 2 Xpacs before Teldrassil gets regrown/we get another Kaldorei capital city. It's not even about reclaiming the territory, because Blizz doesn't seem to be getting rid of the Warfronts, which means despite one side "winning" and the other "Losing", it's still going to be in conflict. May as well not even be controlled by one side or the other.As for Treaties broken and not...The most recent one was made at the end of Garrosh's being taken down. Alliance agreed to give the Horde Azshara, in exchange for them pulling out of Ashenvale. Something that, as usual, was put in the books and not in the game, so people who don't want to shell out the extra money for content that should be in the game, not in offline materials, wouldn't know. You see how that worked out. Not only have they destroyed Ashenvale, but they trashed Darkshore, too, AND burned down Teldrassil."You call for honor when it suits you, Little Lion."Pot, I'm Kettle. You're black.
As long as it's just sylvanus she wants, I think she will probably only target the horde who stayed loyal to her. Then again... elves are just really bad at the following: staying the same, leading, dying, and probably in this case vengance.