I swear "the light is actually not good!" is the laziest storytelling.Happy to hear that Ner'zhul isn't completely forgotten at least.
How might I join Exarch Yrel on her glorious crusade?
I think this is what they call, "telling instead of showing."
I don't care about moral relativism on a cosmic scale in my escapism fantasy. I want forces of good to be good, forces of evil to be evil. For orcs and humans, it's fine. For angels and demons, it's not.
Brilliant! More "perhaps" and "that's cool" and "maybe we should keep this in mind"!How much are Blizzard paying the people who run courses on "How to give non-answers"?
One note about Revendreth is that your place there is at least partially judged depending on the mores of your world. There's a quest, Finders-Keepers, Sinners-Weepers, where you can read the sinstones of random souls, one of whom includes the sin of singing "in violation of the laws of the Ubret". Garrosh's actions were likewise considered unacceptable by the people of Azeroth, to the extent that they rebelled against him.
I'm glad to hear they didn't go through with the "redeem Arthas" choice. He knew what he was doing, he made those choices before picking up Frostmourne. I think he give him an out like "HE WAS UNDER CONTROL THE WHOLE TIME!" would cheapen his character arc and depth. I look forward to seeing how things with Garrosh progress