So, Tyrande finally starts to be herself after her people got wiped out. And only when the fight is completely pointless since we will be stuck in a loop of victory then defeat over and over again because it's a freaking Warfront. These writers are so not biased...And I just love how for some reason Night Elves just leave their dead over there to be raised by a freaking faction of undead with Val'kyr. Hey, Ian, don't you have anything better to do than pretend you care about Night Elves but in fact you just want to portray them as morons?
Oh look at that, she turns into a "Night Warrior" just to do absolutely nothing against the Horde. Wow, so interesting and epic... It's amazing how developers brains are uncapable of providing one damn meaningful victory to Night Elves. Everything they do means nothing. What, one Val'kyr? Like, that army of Val'kyr that came out of nowhere into Andorhal and just took the place. Woooow, such a victory... we killed a peon out of thousands!Thanks, Ian. You manage to suck even you try to do something for Night Elves.
What? Don't kill off Blademaster, he's the coolest lightforged :(
Can we just have Tyrande and Jaina lead the Alliance? They got bigger balls!
Anduin: "I'm sorry, Tyrande, but with the war efforts in both Arathi and Zandalar, the Alliance can't afford to commit any forces to Darkshore."My character: "Uhh... your majesty, you know you could send ME, right?"
So throughout all Night Elf history she didn't invoke Night Warrior but now she does? She didn't do it during War of the Ancients, when things were probably much worse, she didn't do it when Archimonde was going for Nordrassil - you know, the proper world tree, not the crappy corrupted one. I know a lot of people died on that tree, but I think it was way worse during War of the Ancients.
Third neutral faction, "The Exiled". Races: Night Elf, Undead, Draenei, Blood Elf, Worgen, Goblin, PandarenCapital City (Sanctuary): LordaeronLeadershipCouncil of Exiles: Tyrande Whisperwind, Sylvannas Windrunner, Genn Greymane, Vereesa Windrunner, Lor'themar Theron, Velen, Jastor GallywixRegent Diplomat: Genn GreymaneRanger General: Vereesa Windrunner___________________________________The Council meets and makes decisions, Genn Greymane executes the day to day operations. Vereesa Windrunner is the leader of their military forces. Tyrande and Sylvannas are like Kael'thas and Jaina were, off on a revenge mission leaving someone else in charge.Plots:Sylvannas and Genn find common ground in both having had their people forsake the Alliance and subsequently in turn having been forsaken by the Alliance in their darkest hours and greatest times of need.Sylvannas, Genn, Tyrande, and the Forsaken all find common ground in having been forsaken by the Alliance and having been literally cursed (Banshee/Undead, Worgen, Worgen/Magic, Undead, respectively).Sylvannas is cast out from the Horde for wanting to make peace and exiles herself at the conclusion of her redemption story. Some Forsaken and Blood Elves side with Sylvannas after she meets with Lor'themar Theron and they agree to disagree but he allows Blood Elves to join the Exiled should they so choose. Varok demands Undead choose and casts out betrayers. Nathanos Blightcaller becomes leader of the Horde Undead, proper. Varok Saurfang becomes High Warlord of the Horde.Tyrande becomes the Night Warrior and the leader of the exiled and the now displaced and capital city-less Night Elves.Subsequently the other Exiled elves; High, and Blood, are reunited under Vereesa Windrunner, one of the few remaining High Elves, and the Silver Covenant.Genn becomes the leader of the human Exiles, Worgen and Forsaken. Anduin does indeed have to allow Gilneas to fall while the Alliance forces are needed elsewhere. Genn achieves the inner peace Anduin seeks and vows to continue to counsel Anduin, albeit with diplomacy and peace as a main goal.Velen is allows Draenei to choose neutrality as an Exile as well.Gallywix is excited at the potential and allows Goblins to pursue profits as an Exile.Mechanics:Night Elves, Undead, Draenei, Blood Elves, Worgen, and Goblins level 20 and higher can choose their faction after a scenario similar to the new Allied Races. Also, as with Pandaren, they choose their allegiance at the end; traditional WoW(Alliance or Horde) or the new Exiled neutral faction. Max level characters can do so as well, maintaining their faction reputations.Undercity is rebuilt as Lordaeron, with a better less maze-like layout; a neutral Sanctuary city where all three factions are allowed to exist similar to Dalaran and Shattrath in function, but also the capital of the Exiled.Both The Exodar and Silvermoon accept all six initial Exiled races with no reputation requirement as they start at Friendly.Diplomacy quest chains are introduced so that any Exiled character can gain reputation and be allowed to go to the remaining cities of Stormwind, Ironforge, Orgrimmar, and Thunder Bluff.
Really? More raising Alliance members and turning them to serve the Horde and the Banshee biatch? Can't believe they're still doing this. I'm so upset about right now!
Really? Why would worgen leave Alliance? They have no reason. Why would Vareesa leave Alliance? She's pretty loyal and believes belves will rejoin Allaince. And there is no way Night Elves and Forsaken reconcile after Darkshore (it would take another Legion invasion, but we're fresh out of Legions). BElves have no reason to leave Horde either. Same for draenei.It looks like your round up all the factions you like and left the rest out. One can dream, but it doesn't make any sense. As bad as WoW writing is, it's not that bad.
Why can't Tyrande like the title of Queen of the Night Elves. And the Undead abhore death.
I just want to know when can we do this scenario in PTR?
Anduin has agreed to send troops to Darkshore.