There's a certain sense of irony to Geyarah's position on the matter, given her father's actions in WoD and the fact that her grandfather was killed for refusing to follow a tyrannical leader in Grommash. Granted there are differences in the circumstances. It's interesting to see how naive she is.Also it is nice to see some hints of the Thalyssra we saw in Legion.
Geyarah is dead to me...
Horde leaders just standing around thinking about whether or not they should do something >.>'' they all have amnesia? None of them remember SoO? You'd think they'd be suspicious of even the slightest hint of someone going Garrosh's path, but apparently not. It's beyond annoying to be stuck under another terrible warchief just waiting around for the civil war plot to come and get us.
No real surprises here. The elves are playing their cards close to their chests as usual, Garona is waiting for the right moment to pop Vendetta, and Eitrigg is being Mr. Honorable as always. I think Rexxar has finally had enough of Sylvanas after this debacle and has resolved to do something about it. Gallywix will eventually see that Sylvanas' business ventures aren't profitable in the long-term and will restructure his investment plans.Geyarah is disappointing. Shes always been a wild one but I hoped she would be the good kind of crazy, not the Garrosh kind of crazy. She'll probably just end up as a sub-boss in a raid. Just because Blizzard have said Sylvanas won't be a raid boss it doesn't mean her loyalists won't be.I think Lillian is still coming to terms with not only Sylvanas going off the deep end but also the complete splintering of Forsaken society. She doesn't know where she belongs and is having another identity crisis, but it seems like she actually has a heart and knows deep down that what Baine did was right. When it comes to player loyalists the one thing I've seen them all have in common is their reasoning is always totally heartless. They don't understand that doing the right thing isn't about taking the moral high ground so they can be above other people. It's just a feeling you have that tells you the current situation is wrong and will cause pain or distress to those who don't deserve it, and that's still worth preventing even if it means getting a knife in the back like Thalyssra or Baine. Those who blindly follow Sylvanas simply have no concept of that feeling so it's almost impossible to argue with them or get them to move an inch from their position. It's for this reason that I've given up trying to change anyone's mind on the subject and I'm just hoping Blizzard ends this whole stupid situation by the end of the expansion and that they don't repeat it for a third time in the future.
Why must you people get so angry all the time? :/Can't you just tone it down a little, at the least?I mean, I'm not a fan of Sylvanas or what's going on with the Horde right now, but I'm not gonna start fighting with people over it.
so it starts to become MoP 2.0and yet i wonder why Ji Firepaw is not present at such important times!If he and Aysa are supposed to be on the wandering island all happy together, why not make two new Huojin and Tushui Leaders that actually can be used in the Plot instead of Aysa and Ji just being there as..decorative elements.It is supposed to be a gathering of the Horde LEADERS, so i guess the Pandaren left the Horde then..
Rexxar, you talkin' 'bout Green Jesus?
Man there are a lot of sensitive children on the Horde nowadays. Idk about you, but since day one of WoW I've wanted to burn down that stupid tree. Could they have imprisoned the night elves first? Sure but how many Horde would die attempting to do that. Think of WW2, with the US using atomic bombs. Not good but it saved a lot of other lives in the process. Also maybe the night elves should have used some their magic to make their tree fireproof. Kind of a big weakness when one match can destroy your entire city lol.Sylvanas has definitely gone off the deep end but at least she's not racist like Garrosh was. Raising the dead Horde as zombies wasn't cool but at least she isn't killing horde members. I still think she is a cool character, but maybe she shouldn't be leader of the entire Horde. Also Saurfang would be a terrible leader. He was too weak to kill Malfurion. His twisted sense of honor will only weaken the Horde as a whole. Maybe Anduin is good and is okay with the Horde but a lot of the other Alliance leaders aren't and will kill us the moment they can Baine literally backstabs the Horde so he deserves what he gets. He is a terrible Tauren leader. The only reason he is leader is because his Dad was leader before him. Hopefully he isn't killed off but if he is, oh well. But regardless I'm enjoying the story. I'll be along for the ride. I only play casually nowadays anyways.
Still wondering how this is not MoP 2.0.So unless Sylvanas shows there's a bigger threat and the only way the Horde will survive is to fall behind her because she will do what has to be done, or she pulls one big ass game changer that leaves both Alliance and Horde reeling, IDK.But for real, the only way this doesn't become MoP 2.0 at this point given how dissatisfied the rest of the horde is shown towards her actions, it's to contrast her fate with Garrosh. Where he failed in his vision, Sylvanas has to succeed so this is not a rehash. Whether this be by her leaving with her loyalists, usurping even a greater power, or striking an unfathomable bargain, idk.
The Shadowlands quotes are all things Ner'zhul said in WoD: https://wow.gamepedia.com/Ner%27zhul_(tactics)#QuotesSo it's probably MU Ner'zhul.
Baine is bigger than Sylvanas, so one punch can knock her out.