"both the Void Elves and Lightbound Draenei joining the Alliance" -- Or, you know, LightFORGED?
"Tyrande is clearly out for Sylvanas, and a clash between the two could lead to a showdown between the powers of Elune and Death, or the loss of even more of Sylvanas' val'kyr which could provoke her to drastic measures."I say this is how they will set up PvP after the Horde and Alliance are allied: extremist splinter factions that have so much hatred for each other they'll refuse to participate in the armistice.
Tyrande just cannot become evil, because what kind of raid it will be? Dungeon with 2 bosses and 1 pack of trash?And after that dungeon Night Elves race will stop exist?
No more Tyrande pls. Removed. The dialogues between her and Malfurion was so cringe to listen. No more of this please. RemovedPlease stick with badass characters.Thank you!
To imply that Elune was evil all along. Seriously? Even gods and goddesses have their dark side when provoked. Does that mean they are evil?
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES NIGHT ELF EXPANSION
Night elf Paladin. All this light talks. Its time for light warrior.
Will never understand why some people have such a strong dislike for Tyrande.
I wanna see full-on John Wick Tyrande.
I still think "The blind queen wields a scepter of bone. From the deep she calls forth doom." means Helya, lol. People were very mad when they referred to Tyrande as a Queen in 8.2. I doubt they'd do it again on purpose.
Let me guess. Night Elves who aren't dumb submissive idiots like Anduin are going to be antagonized, abandoned by the true nice and best Elune, then the dumb ones will remain under the light of the neutral, Horde-loving Elune. Either way, Night Elves are getting screwed and the Horde is being victimized.Blizzard writes their game with a cheap App that randomly generates crappy lore.
For starters, Anduins comment regarding Tyrande during the end of the war campaign, is rather odd:"She... hasn't responded to my missives since departing for Darkshore. I fear vengeance has consumed her."Because this simply isn't true, at least if we believe what we have played: Tyrande must have answered a missive and even abandoned her own people when they started to reclaim Darkshore - She can be seen at the christening ceremony of the new ship during the Kul Tiras Allied Race questline, even Malfurion stands right next to her. She already is the nightwarrior's avatar and those events happened after she already left for Darkshore. It's just a small little detail which simply doesn't add up in any way.Next, if the nightwarrior really is that powerful, I find it pretty underwhelming what she achieved in Darkshore. Not only Tyrande was attacking those two Val'kyr and Nathanos, but Malfurion was with her. So basically the most powerful characters the Kaldorei have to offer and they achieved only so little, you could even add us, the player as Alliance champions, to the math, since by now we should also be a powerful force to be reckoned with. Even if Malfurion was still recovering from his heavy wounds, one dead Val'kyr, a big mouth escaping Nathanos as well as a group of raised 180° Kaldorei was a pretty weak outcome for such a fight.Personally I am pretty sure Tyrande just ends up being another plot tool to push another character, likely the mighty Sylvanas. After all, Teldrassil ended up being nothing more than a plot generating tool to boost the story arcs for Saurfang and Sylvanas, without being resolved in just the slightest way for the night elves - who actually should deserve it the most, considering they suffered the most from the beginning of BfA. In my opinion this was maybe the worst handled story arc ever during this games existence. Not only due to the fact players needed to read both novels in order to fully understand the lackluster ingame quests and events, but especially the aftermath which only involved everybody: Anduin, Sylvanas, Saurfang - but not the night elves.Me personally I have been playing this game since it got released in Europe more than fourteen and a half years ago, yet I never had so little courage to keep playing this story mess. While there is so much talk ingame about not killing hope, the writers at least killed my hope to deliver something to look forward.At the end I hope they don't screw up Elune, at this point I am pretty certain it's better to leave her as one of Azeroth's last actual mysteries than actually reveal her.