So one is going to talk about how horde were "rescuing" civilians out of harm? or how come Teldrassil was on fire when entire horde forces were on Darkshore? Alliance players are indeed hypocrite and loves to cry a lot.
Genn is quite believable, with Wrathion being a little less so.If nothing gets revealed through 8.0, then I have to believe we'll know by 8.1.Mostly because the underlying Old Gods plot would maybe have to start ramping up by then, I would think.Maybe that'll be 8.2.
i just want to know why is blizzard making the alliance hate the horde so much if we know that at the end of the day we are going to forgive them.
I'm not buying the whole "Genn burned Teldrassil" allegation.I know he has a history of being vengeful and has every reason to hate Sylvanas and the Forsaken with a passion. But his actions against the Forsaken in the past have been, at most, reckless (see Stormheim). He hasn't proven to be so single-minded in his desire for revenge that he's willing to directly hurt the people he cares about to achieve it. Burning down Teldrassil would mean putting the lives of countless night elves, countless Gilnean refugees, the Alliance champion, and his own wife at risk. And there's been no indication whatsoever that Genn's so far gone that he'd be willing to do all that just to spite Sylvanas.Not to mention that all this is happening in the midst of a big ol' whitewashing of all the darker elements of the Alliance leadership. Remember that in Before the Storm, Genn - Genn - admits that there are many Forsaken who are good people, and that it's Sylvanas herself that's the problem. And although I admittedly haven't played any of the PTR or beta, what I've seen so far on Wowhead and other sites doesn't really show Genn as being particularly thirsty for Horde blood in BfA, at least not in comparison to other Alliance story figures. Most of what I've seen from him is his interactions with Katherine, which makes it feel even more like they're softening his rougher character traits.Bottom line: I absolutely can't see Genn as they've been portraying him lately as being the sort of person to do something this monstrous purely out of spite.
Gonna be using through the pre-patch (at least). If Blizzard wants me to act this way, might as well take an extra step!
I suspect the burning of the tree will be an accident. It won't really matter which side ultimately causes the burning, because the Horde set the whole thing in motion with their attack.But it will at least let them seem a little less mustache-twirly.
I feel like the Horde is going to win, and Saurfang will represent those disgusted with 'how' we won.For every person he tries to let live, for every honorable death he gives, there is a part of the Horde who will follow behind and take those kills.Def feel like we'll win and then let the Alliance live, and refuse Sylvanas.
Watching hordies struggle to justify conspiracy theories about the Alliance being the ones that burned down their own racial capital is the funniest !@#$ ever