Ah, the benevolent Naaru. Always know better, do not take a refusal well, force their vision upon everyone, do not listen to a simple "no". Another proof they are scarily dogmatic alien minds, far from the good shepherds they try to pose as.
I found something interesting : look at Turalyon's eyes, they are yellow (light) at the beginning, and turn brown when Xe'ra is destroyed... maybe some kind of possession ?
Noticed how Turalyon's eyes turned from golden to brown after Illidan destroyed X'era.
xera is not prepared :DIllidan has sacrificed everything, what has Xe'ra given?
It's funny, because like the Titans, Illidan justifies his means by believing it's the only way to an end. And apparently the Naaru are willing to do the same, but Illidan either doesn't believe their means are the only way to an end, or he doesn't believe that their means justifies the end?
I was really excited for a second, I was like OMG ILLIDAN IS GUNNA BE A LIGHT-WINGED BEAUTY LIKE THE DREADLORD DUDE. Then he started to say no and she ketp pushing and im just like... Is she gunna kill him? Then Illidan UTTERLY OBLITERATED her and I was never so happy. You go, Illidan. Good boy.
They are trying so freakin hard to redeem illidan and make him the next thrall that its not even funny anymore ....
Are we just going to destroy everything so only mortals are left?
I'm just waiting for the Windrunner sister's family reunion (^-^)
His eyes had been brown at the start until Xera came all shiny and his eyes went bright light colored as Xera formed up. Tied to that I'm sure.
Maybe it will get shot down, but this is a good alliteration to mental health and self-harm. "I am my scars"and "only we can save ourselves", not being ashamed for getting through that period, having the history on our skin, still being alive and the healing begins in ourselves, it can't be forced. Just thought I will put this here.Also I love the fact that the wind chime is gone.
Turn your back on religion do it yourself....I think i like Illidan
I think this may have been a trick played by Xe'ra to test Illidan's determination in stopping the Legion. After all, The Naaru work in mysterious ways. Remember how M'uru sacrificed himself so that Blood Elves could redeem themselves? I think that ,,glued-back-together'' Xe'ra was too weak to actually change Illidan, and instead put out some flashy lightshow, knowing that he will refuse the Light, so that Turalyon and the others will finally see that THEY have to defeat The Legion. It was supposed to open their eyes to the fact that waiting for some ,,hero of prophecy'' to save them is a folly, and it's time for mortals to gather THEIR determination and beat the bad guys once and for all. I know this may be a far-fetched theory, but consider it.
Boy I sure am glad I grinded Soul Fragments for 8 $%^&in weeks so that sweet merciful @#$%-all could come of it in the end.