This is what killed my hope for anything genuinely interesting and ambiguous regarding Sylvanas.I had hoped (even spite of Varimathras's lines in Antorus, allusions to an ulterior motive, and the datamined Bwonsamdi/Lich King lines) that they would depict Sylvanas as a figure who employed brutal and immoral methods, but had the best interests of the Horde at heart and wanted to protect it at all costs.But now, even if that is how she's being written, it's all going to be moot with how blatantly Saurfang (who, I remind you, has been shown to value preserving vague concepts of honor over protecting his people) is being set up as a noble revolutionary who will overthrow Sylvanas and magically bring peace with people who see the Horde as scum and filth.
Awfully convenient for Saurfang to somehow get a message to Zekhan from inside the Stockade just as he was about to escape conveniently set up by SI:7 eh.
Very cool questline, I wonder what Saurfang will do next
Didnt they say this isnt going to be like MoP? This whole questline is almost EXACTLY like that scenario where voljin gets stabbed.
Ahh, sweet tears of Sylvanas fanboys. You laughed when some Horde players were against this dead whiner as a warchief, you jumped for joy when they were against her atrocities (like killing Horde troops and genocide of civilians) and you posted stupid edgy jokes about it and them. Now it`s your turn to suffer. Screw the undead tyrant.
more like MoP2: Blood and Thunderdome
Clearly the alliance is trying to push Varok and his loyal pups against the horde. Their plan is to divide the horde as they wanted to divide the Zandalari from the horde. Varok will realize this eventually or else I'd be glad to kill that traitor.
"The boy-king will have him killed" I dont think Aunduin has any real beef with Saurfang, now Sylvanas I can see him having a beef. He seems to get along wellish with Saurfang and was good friends with Baine until Sylvanas.
Looks like Saurfang still needs to charge his batteries to save the Horde. Sylvanas goal was never peace but to have the Forsaken ruling the world.
Okay you two, Mak'gora and make up now.Anduin would never kill Saurfang. Anduin has many allies within the Horde; and if not an ally, he's respected and he respects them.
Oh no, the big, tough edgelords who were happy to play the evil Horde and were happy for others to be forced to help in nearly genociding the kaldorei are unhappy that they are now being forced to help someone whose vision of unity and peace isn't to blight everyone (including your own soldiers), raise the corpses and burn innocents to death.I shed so many tears for you. The adversity you face, not getting to be cartoonishly evil without due consequences. :(