She also didn't sit on her hands in legion, the comic shows she was killing demons solo, trying to work out the rage of watching her city ally with the faction that had betrayed not only dalaran but in her eyes the alliance multiple times.
Ew, its still Garrosh 2.0 but tbh it has more detail into it and makes more sense.I still want her to die to N'zoth.
Has anyone thought about how exactly the Forsaken faction is gonna work after Sylvannas is either killed, or reevaluates herself after being beaten to near death? Like think about it... why would she continue to raise Forsaken (or someone else if she is killed) if a majority of Forsaken don't want to keep living in the first place? Most of the ones who want to keep living are those who want revenge against the world, or (in the player's case) want to keep helping the world after they died. And if it's the later, how does the Forsaken leader know that person has made that choice to be resurrected? I mean, the story is heavily implying this is the moral question of the Forsaken, since Sylvannas just keeps making more and most don't want to be revived, and those who are alive either want to help the world, or are spiteful and want to bring harm to the world.
This Horde leadership usurpation by Sylvanas story arc is becoming great. Can't wait for 8.2 when she receives retribution and the Horde comes back.
Wonder when the Alliance is going to start getting some of these famous choices the devs have been bragging about all expansion.
they tried to give the alliance an interesting story with their aggression towards the vulpera but alliance players complained about feeling like the bad guys so they changed the names of the alliance npcs to be less aggressive along with the quest text. 'i'm the brave hero saving the day and everything i do is good and everyone likes me' is boring, but that's what the alliance wants apparently.
So no ones going to talk about the fact that this single "woe is me" act Baine pulled could lose the entire fraction the war. You don't give out your nuclear weapons because you "feel bad" for the enemy lol. That's my biggest issue with all of this. Doesn't matter if you are pro Sylvanas or anti Sylvanas, there's not going to be any Horde left if they willingly give away any leverage they have. If you can't see that then you don't have a place in the Horde.
I was with Sylvanas because I thought she was right but now I am with her out of spite for Blizzard railroading her.
Oh my god just get this narrative over with! It's not even that it's bad (if you just accept that Sylvanas has gone craycray and has nithing left to do with her character from pre-BFA), it's just too goddamn long. It's been one year now that she commits horrible crimes after horrible crimes and no one bats an ehe until now?This storyline would have been great for a book that you can read in one go, not in an MMO where you can read one page every three months.