Sylvanas will the perfect replacement for the jailer when we remove him and then she cant stay locked there forever and torture him prefect punishment and end for both characters
What if Sylvanas will be forever more Jailers Jailor like illidan to sargeras?
1. Sylvannas is trying to destroy the establishment in order to break the veil between life and death, hopefully nobody will die again, and even if they still die, they wouldn't get judged by someone we don't know why they are qualified to judge us. That is a good thing.2. However, by destroying the establishment, she needs to first hurt a lot of people in life and in death, which is the evil thing.3. The adventurers in the story are part of the establishment. Many of us would be harmed before Sylvannas succeeds, and chances are we wouldn't be there to witness the victory and enjoy the fruits of her achievement. This is why we are against her.4. This is highly analogous to real life situations. We can't fix any problems because too many people's interests are entrenched in the establishments. Those people would never risk their interests even if a better future is promised. And we are exactly that in-game.5. Sylvannas obviously understands that too, that's why she is trying to do it mostly alone, thus making her a huge antagonist in the story.
Reading here... Sylvs deserve a fate like Thrall. She must rest, not get killed. She must finally be free of all wars...
Sylvanas wont die, she will be thrown to prison where she will eat with anduin talking about her actions and at some point she will escape and use one of those time dragons to go to an alternative azeroth and stop her "alive" self from powersliding towards arthas leading to her demise!
I don't think it's a matter of Sylvanas necessarily being DUMB; but moreso that it's possible the Jailer lied to her. When we see him by himself, all the talk is of control, of domination. The Runecarver memory cinematic makes that painfully obvious. (also: we don't know how long ago this was; it's possible the Runecarver was captured a while before even the events of Warcraft 3)By contrast, Sylvanas is all about freedom, about breaking the chains that bind you. Her actions speak to a rebelling against any and all order because she feels like she's never in control of her own destiny and has always had to break the control over her life: she breaks the Lich King's hold on her, and continues by creating the Forsaken (Scourge whom she helps to also refuse his influence). She initially doesn't want to be Warchief (since responsibilities are a form a control), but with her deal with the Jailer she's able to start the Fourth War.Is it really outside the realm of possibility that, up until that cinematic, she was a willing pawn? The Jailer doesn't even need to control her; she's willing to do his bidding because she fears the cycle of Death and wishes to break it so that she can be free to escape the afterlife that awaits her. The Jailer just feeds her what she wants to hear.
I will not do the raid.. i do not wanna do no harm to sylvanas she's my fan service
I hope she will get decapitated by Tyrande either in the raid or by the end of 9.1
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From my point of view she is not pure evil.I like what she did and I would have loved to see her achieve her goals without retreating after the fight with Saurfang.From my point of view Saurfang did change his mind all the time when it was convinient.He was a traitor too Sylvanas and the Horde.As much as I loved him in the past but what he did was unacceptable.The Alliance is in many points far worse than the Horde but many people only look at it like Monsters (Horde) must be evil and Alliance must be righteous and good.The same goes for the Light and Army of the Light and Naaru.Always telling us how they want to help us and basically enforcing their will on us.Look at how they tricked us into attacking the Black Temple and bringing Illidan down.How they abuse their power to achieve their goals. Just like everyone else.As Lord Illidan said sometimes the Hand of Fate must be forced. And some people don't or are not able to do it on their own or even work against it because they don't see the complete picture or are afraid of change.