I'm a bit confused about Stone, Zelling and Valentine. Did I miss something?The last time I saw Stone she was all "Oh no I can't oh no oh no" and now she just goes around killing the guys that were her allies yesterday? And when was Valentine raised exactly? Would have been between the last part and this part, right? He switched sides pretty quickly for a war hero. Wasn't it said he was a war hero from the Second War? He would have more reason than most to be distrustful of the Horde.The only one I somewhat get is Zelling, as he is the only one that gives a reason for betraying his people. And I think loving ones family is something we can all understand. Sadly, even he is already violently mood-swinging between "MUST protect family OR ELSE" and "must serve Blightcaller like loyal drone".This is a bit disappointing. So far, the only point to this war campaign that I can see is to give us better insight into what it means to be a newly raised Forsaken - but that doesn't really happen. They all just switch sides and become mindless killing machines.
"But now I see it is the Alliance that fosters this malice. The human kingdoms shun their former brothers and sisters because we remind them what's lurking beneath the facade of flesh.It's time to end their cycle of hatred. The Alliance deserves to fall."Kinda funny considering we just saw how the Alliance was trying to build a bridge between forsaken and their living loved ones only for Sylvanas to kill them all.