Jaina SO badass! Best character ever!
Not sure if this is answered but do you need to do this prequest on alts or can you do this on main and then skip on alts.Done all the other prequest.
Deus Ex Machina all over the place to solve script holes...Now that I'm done hating Sylvanas for putting the Horde in a situation that was not needed, I hate Jaina more for cheating with a magical flying ship that looks like from Little Ponies and Friends.If the alliance is so powerful then why didn't they crush the Horde before, all this story is nonsense. I just can't believe what is told, is like the Vanilla Sky movie, at some point you start going: "When did this movie started going crazy?"I don't mind RP'ing the bad guy, but at least make sense...
Don't stand in green blight. It hurts. NPC's should know that too. Guess there were no survivors from neither Wrathgate nor Gilneas.Some complaining rants below. Ignore if needed.Jaina came back. Only been gone since we started playing Legion. Cool. On a flying magic ship. Awesome ship btw. Good thing everything was explained. Outside the game.And Team Windrunner met. Sweet. Must have been a pretty lame reunion though, since it's not something we can see in the game either.Sad. -_-On a little bit serious note though, was I the only one thinking the in-game cutscenes were a bit, off? Amateurish? Like they just put in a character model and didn't really bother to animate it?
Disney-Princess Jaina vs Comicbookvillain Sylvanas.I just want them both dead.
That was an epic battle. Thank you, Blizzard :)
I liked the battle aspect of the scenario. The only thing that annoyed me game-play-wise was that Anduin is right at the front, but often you can't even target him. (although you can light a cooking fire under him)The story however is odd. A couple of points:1. The Alliance leadership is amateurishly bad. Good thing Deus ex Jaina showed up. Without her the Alliance forces would be mostly Forsaken now. The Alliance is beaten; Jaina removes the blight. Without towers the Alliance can't destroy the walls; Jaina destroys the walls. The Alliance leadership is trapped and is about to die; Jaina saves them. Without Jaina the war would have ended at any of these points.2. Sylvanas was a cartoonish villain again with the childish way she treated Saurfang and Baine. Blizz seems to be blatant about wanting to strip away any sympathy for her. 3. The end to me was very much 'Huh?'. Was this Sylvanas' end-game: I will burn the tree, so that will anger the Alliance, so they'll attack Lordaeron, so I can destroy the city. What? Sylvanas is driven by her desire to save the Forsaken. In order to do this, she destroys their home?An interesting question is: where is Jaina getting her power from? Who did she sell her soul to? Who does Anduin have to thank?edit: additional thought. Can't Jaina clean up Lordaeron/the Undercity?
At least Anduin led the whole assault without Genn.
A void tear appears in the middle of the battle, reinforcements arrive from it. "Thank the light you've come, Alleria!"Sure thing, thank the light the VOIDelf came using VOID powers to the rescue. How ironic.As a side note, Disney princess Jaina gets everything done, and Blizzard adds another handful of irrational, petty hatred to Sylvanas' character she didn't have before. Since, you know, they just want to make everyone to hate her. Load of c.rp, all of this "story".
Where do I get heirlooms now? D:
I have a Question for the Lore experts.1. Saurfang wants to convince himself of something and leaves the battlefield for it, in dialogue with Sylvanas he asks if this was her plan from the beginning. Is it known what exactly this is about? Is it really that simple that the following case is meant?2. In the Last Cinematic, Sylvanas puts her Bow in Nathanos Hands and says, "You know what must be done. Go, my champion." Is known what she means?
To you guys who find the actions of Sylvanas despicable:Play the Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne campaign and watch how cruel, scheming and ruthless she is. And now compare it to the way she acts nowadays. Noticing something? Yes, she stayed exactly the same. She still is cruel, scheming and ruthless and that is how I knew her, I liked her and that is why she is a bloody cool character for me.However, I can see, that some people in the Horde might have a problem with these character traits when it comes to the warchief of the Horde. I don't have a problem with that, since I always liked her character and the Forsaken. But I can definitely say, that she is the best leader the Forsaken will ever have.So in retrospective: We all should have known, what is coming for us, the moment she was chosen as the new warchief.
This looks so cool but sadly I can't do it because smol characters don't get to join in with the fun.