I want Kael'thas to be my Soulbind. After seeing all his reactions in the Campaign, I totally believe he's my spirit animal.
From the end of the Venthyr campaign it seems pretty much locked that Kael will join the Venthyr and probably will take the Tithelord's place as Harvester of Envy. Perhaps one of the other people we meet in the campaign could become Harvester of Dread (Nadjia would be a good pick though it would be interested if one of the other people of Revendreth other than the Venthyr could become a Harvester like one of the Stoneborn or Dredgers).
There was a time when this would have been of interest to me, I was entranced in the lore then.Now it's all empty and hollow, moments such as these stripped of their weight and momentousness because the entire edifice of the lore has been shattered by the current story writing team and their sheer incompetence, the dangers of letting fanboys with no real writing experience take over I guess.None of this matters anymore in a story where genocide is something so easily gotten over and monstrous crimes are handwaved away because to dwell on them would obstruct us getting to the next big shiny moment.It's all fluff, there's no depth or even an attempt at depth. What a waste.
There was a rumor that Kael and 2 other characters would be resurrected before 10.0I have a feeling witht his conversation that they're planning something big for Kael and if something like that happened wouldn't be surprising
Sorry Kael, genocide is the only sin forgiven on Azeroth.
Kael, draka, ysera and uther are the next soulbinds?
Kael let the pity-vamps break him and turn him into a spineless, apologetic wretch, unlike Garrosh, the chaddest chad who ever lived. Shadowlands sucks.
This consistent idea that victims need to step aside is disgusting
Kael'Thas and Illidan were my one of the most favorite character since warcraft 3. Kael'thas was the reason I started playing as Blood Elf when TBC came out.
I know a lot of people are disappointed lately, but I genuinely find it cool that a lot of them get to go the redemption and forgiveness route