Why would anyone but the most traumatised want to end up in Bastion?
I really do like that your class doesnt define the afterlife you're sent to and I'd like to see more like this. I'd like to see some druids in non Night Fae covenants too, for example.
SL resemble a foolish joke stronger and stronger. The best path for Light-believer is being a brainwashed slave without any private life or memories who obeys selfish tyrant? Souls are sent in places disliked without asking of any wishes (ever if they were worthy) or any chance to change anything? Absolutely no hope to meet your fallen friends or relatives?Where can I join Cult of the Damned?
I like that this was touched on and that they gave some closure to why he went to Maldraxxus instead of Bastion, also shows why he has a replicated version of his sword, because his memories are a source of his strength.
wonderfull touching moment
Mograine wanted to join the Kyrians, but Necrolords were top dps lol
"Xandria: Light, Void... such trifling powers have no purchase here. The Arbiter sent you to Maldraxxus for a reason."Plot convenience and contrived storytelling, i'm sure.
Xandria: Light, Void... such trifling powers have no purchase here. The Arbiter sent you to Maldraxxus for a reason. One we shall attempt to discern.This was a great chapter.
The Bastion is a place for people whom believed a cause over their own lives. For example, Illidan would probably go there, because he sacrificed his love, his family, his people and even his body for a cause. His memories were a burden to him, so Bastion would be a good fit, even if he was tainted. Kael’thas went to Revendreth because his desire to save his people was obfuscated by his hunger for power, so even though he believed he was doing the right thing, it was all selfilshness. At least this is how I see it. Don’t let the aesthetics fool you.
Wow, it is a really great moment, the idea that all deceased have happy and troubling memories, but they can find different meanings in them.