thrall and jaina look so derpy in the cutscene
This is a good breakdown of the story !
Side lore is something that be can ambiguous, or have subtle, hidden depths to reward those who like to dig, but if the main story needs a full analysis (which is, in itself, a subjective interpretation) for something to not seem pointless, it's not a good story.https://www.youtube.com/clip/Ugzpfo2DMReTifvTAMF4AaABCQ
They are human but yeah, lol! I was instantly drawn to it.
I'm resisting the urge to burn all of my warcraft novels rn
Its unbelivable how bad the writing has become, it's literally some of the worst in the genre now. It was never brilliant but it was always fun and poignant now it's just Great Value: Stupid Concentrate.
Tbh I'm surprised that I've not seen anyone mention how this seems to be one of the only (if not the only) in-game cutscene to use animations that aren't stock racial/character animations for the characters' movements. Lore aside, that's what stuck out the most to me.
LoLTell me, when did Sylvanas fight alone and without auxiliary support before her alliance with the Jailer and won?Her last face-to-face confrontation was a duel with Artes in the Halls of Reflection, which ended with the evacuation.And then she already had the Valkyries
Honestly, with everything that's happening, I'm looking forward to seeing a woman take her fate into her own hands and confront her abuser. Hopefully, the writing may reflect a different side, than "justice is only done by males and is right only then and women are supposed to forgive and move on", that we've seen so many times now.
Still calling it a goodbye? LOL. This, at best, is a "to be continued" - simple reading comprehension. Not only did you spoil this in the title TWICE, but you're just baiting people. Shameful.
Under Analysis, I hope the correct wording will be "most recent conversation" rather than " the last of several conversations." :) I think these talks are fertile ground for both their continuing stories in which to grow.Other issue: I'm still not convinced that it's fair to say Sylvanas is completely responsible for the things she's done. We still don't know exactly what was in the crystal. The Jailer seems to have different ways of controlling someone. Uther was being controlled in a different way than Arthas. Arthas was different than Anduin. We're not exactly sure what was going on with Sire Denathrius, but it seems like he just flat-out lied to him. Each was controlled differently, and in a way that was tailored to who they were as an individual. After the injustice of what happened to the Ranger-General, and the fear instilled in her after ICC, maybe all that was needed was to pull out her (what we might call) 'moral willpower.' The bit that tells us that it's wrong to push a bully down a flight of stairs. She may deserve it. You might get away with it. But we don't do it because it's wrong. Tell an abuse victim that you have a way to ensure that no one else will ever have to endure what they did, remove their ability to determine where how far is too far, and burning down a apartment building to take out the thug in the penthouse might seem like a fine idea.Just a thought.
Don't worry, Anduin, I'll remember your legacy as Greymane's puppet king and the one who actually believed raiding Zuldazar would inspire the zandalari to leave the Horde... which reminds me I still owe Talanji de head of Jaina Proudmoore.
More recently was her battle with Malfurion during the War of the Thorns. Based on their health bars at the time Saurfang knifed Malf in the back, it seemed like she was headed for a loss.
He's in FULL control but doing this for the bigger purpose. He WILL become the new Arbiter and that will be his "legacy" if you want to call it that.