I don't like this. Sylvanas even while alive had pretty twisted aspects to her personality. They are 100% going to vindicate her now because the "good part" of her soul was taken by the Jailer.Sigh.
Come on Bois. Redemption arc, lets patch her shattered soul back together. We need to save our Queen.
This is exactly the kind of bullcrap expected to pull off a redemption arc. "Oh it totally wasn't her fault because her soul was split up and stuff." Flat out handwaving responsibility for the objectively horrible things she did by pinning it on what is functionally an evil twin left in her place. Either Sylvanas was always responsible for her actions and deserves no redemption because she's made no attempt to earn it and a token effort at the last minute is not nearly enough in the face of genocide and attempting to doom not just one world but the entire cosmos to death-ruled chaos, or she wasn't and there's nothing to redeem and she should just stay dead and go to the heaven she allegedly deserves, because there's nothing to "save" in that version--she died nobly and deserves to rest, not to be brought back to a world that keeps diving headlong back into war over and over.
Ah, yes. The church of victimhood shows up.
Very interesting and definitely something that should be explored past 9.1. She died in a manner that twisted her and took a part of her soul, she definitely has the ranger general shoved somewhere within the Jailor's domain. And it's always bothered me that Vereesa who's been so close to her specially, hasn't made any appearance in Shadowlands, it's more than due.I can't wait for all the raging dudebros that defend Arthas (and Garrosh LOL) and ask for some sort of ''soft'' redeemable moment with one breath for them, how ''it wasn't his fault Frostmourne took part of his soul!'' and condemn Sylvanas in the next. Can you be any more obvious? ''WOMAN BAD'' is all i ever hear in that particular scenario.
The real, uncorrupted by Arthas Sylvanas deserves a chance. a chance she's never had. I would love to see Sylvanas in action the way she would have been/would be if tragedy didn't interrupt her/interfere. Though like Frodo, even if her good, natural half does reunite with her body/soul in full, she'll probably never be the same. Perhaps she'll depart on a long quest of self discovery, come to terms with actions that were not in her true, full ability to navigate, or, maybe she'll swear to undo/fix all that her darker/twisted/unnatural half accomplished. Atone and uphold the future she would have continued to do the day Arthas struck, had he not ruined her.
So Frostmourne is basically the Everlook teleporter. Great story once again, Danuser.
I would prefer, a thousand times, a redeemed Garrosh over Sylvanas.