I really hope the Kul Tirans forget about Daelin's actions in Kalimdor.
So is it safe to have an opinion in here yet, or should I check with the lord of the flies first?
Okay so.. You do all realize that the Kul Tirans all believe Jaina is a baddie because she turned against her father. Like.. I feel like nobody grasps that 'siding with the Horde to kill her father' is not what she has to atone for personally, but something she has to make up for to KUL TIRANS to bring them into the fold. Kul Tiran people don't know the full story. Maybe I'm the crazy one but I am pretty sure that the Kul Tirans only know one side of the story. You know, the one about Jaina turning on her father for no reason and siding with savages. Not to mention they still hate the Horde because, oh, I dunno.. The Horde they fought before were trying to take over Azeroth under the Legion banner because they were felblood-crazed war machines rampaging through human lands? They don't know that there is any sense of civility or generosity among the Horde because they've never witnessed it themselves. That said, we're at war now. That's the exact kind of ally we'd want. If Jaina has to play like she realizes that she made a mistake in helping Thrall (And don't get me wrong she very well MIGHT think it's a mistake now) then that is what she has to do to gain the trust of Kul Tiras and make them an Ally once more.Maybe this is just an unintelligible rant but people are being really cruel to writers who are collaborating with a bunch of other writers and trying to get a cohesive story. It's rough. Blizz's storytelling has been terribad, the only story really standing out being Wrath. We should be thankful for what improvement we ARE seeing to the writing and the addition of Christie to the roster. Oh, and by the by, Christie and Ion both have said something along the lines of not trusting everything you see in datamining.It just annoys me that everybody is so quick to cry about something these days. You're playing a game which is in and of itself a waste of time. If you don't enjoy it then why are you here, folks? Just move along and find something else to occupy your time. Some of us really are just here to have fun and go along with what the devs have to offer us. Sometimes things like WoD happen. I didn't enjoy it but I offered what I could in constructive criticism when I felt like it and went along with my life. Don't cry, "I'M GONNA JUMP SHIP, I'LL DO IT. FOR REALSIES THIS TIME!" because to be fair I don't care. Nobody really does. And it isn't just one side, both Horde and Alliance players are guilty of supreme self-importance. Just shut up and watch what happens. Add constructive criticism to the conversation, not whining. I get that some people care (albeit a little too much) about the characters and story of the game but in the end it is Blizzard's baby to watch over. Not ours. All we can do is offer some help and guidance. Spread positivity, friends. You might just be healthier (and with fewer bursting blood vessels) if you don't jump to dramatic conclusions and smear campaigns, lmao.
I have a bad feeling that Blizzard is preparing the ground to make Jaina the next queen of Alliance. Pacifist Anduin couldn't fly.If that happens, maybe I should be grateful. I play the Horde and feels very wrong to hate Anduin since he did literally nothing wrong. And Jaina is, judging on the previous events, very hotheaded, very emotional, feels deep hatred towards the Horde... and towards herself obviously, because of her letting her father die. She is inversed Sylvanas. She'd be the perfect choice for a queen if they needed to keep the tension.But all I can say is that I am deeply uncomfortable with strong emotions like these. My idea of faction conflict would include misunderstanding, faction lacking full information, reasonable self-interest and different opinions on how to overcome the greater enemy and which allies to befriend. But instead, the official story can only keep the conflict if the Horde does unquestionably evil acts where Horde players are forced to participate and the Alliance becomes enraged beyond reason as a response, which no doubt gives the Alliance players the feeling of moral righteousness.Yeah, and also very unfortunate timing since war crime using toxic gas are topical these days... so it makes it rather awkward to be on the side of the Horde in any discussion.If by any chance in one of the next expansions, we will be given the choice to play as Alliance Tauren, I am switching sides.
Definitely looking forward to Jaina's part of the story. She was always an interesting char, and her rage is getting palpable....well...has been since she went about teleporting Belfs out of Dal in mists.
buy how is it possible that bolvar has a daugher? he didn't have afamily before.
ohh... Jaina you never changes... although very good mission of Mutiny, to make remember much to rorschach when it escapes of the prison but without much violence.
Hi guys. It's my first post so i want warn you all that my english is not the best, anyway i hope i will be understendalbe.
Just think about this for a minute.
There is no Geneva convention in WoW.In real life atrocities, suicide missions, atomic bombs etc were all part of war in our life time - on both sides. World War 1 had unbelievable Allied casualties at Gallipoli and Vimy Ridge trying to storm the defenses. War is messy. And no side is perfect. There is a similar argument for those playing Star Wars - the Empire vs the Rebellion. For me personally, It’s a game and I go with the flow. All will be revealed in time - alpha has just completed and there is a fragmented story.I dont see Sylvanas as evil - something no-one seems to have considered with the Helja issue is that the Forsaken cannot reproduce - in other words if they can’t find a way to get more, they will become extinct. As I recall when creating a Forsaken character years ago, you were given a choice between accepting life or staying dead. By creating the character you accepted Life....