Wait, so it’s Jaina that says not to press the attack on Zandalar? The crazy &*!@# is flip-flopping again.
1) Alliance shamelessly uses Azerite for their own need even though Anduin claimed they will stop horde using this.2) Doing experiments on animals which is equal to Thunder King's metamorphing techs. 3) Using void's magic continuously, even though their top 2 leader claims they are the beacon of the light. 4) Making distraction in nazmir to avoid big horde force is a tactical movement, but horde leaving broken shore was cowardice. 5) Killing proud and mighty Zandalari king in a hope to break their bond with the horde (logic). Alliance are always self-righteous. Always playing the victim side and when they gets their hands dirty they tries to cover that up with "deal with it". Typical right winged mentality out there. And they are the one nagged last 12 hours, calling Sylvanas fan "horny teenagers". I love it that blizzard implemented this kind of mentality of Alliance fanbase into the game itself. Alliance NPCS nowadays behaves exactly same as their playerbase. I am glad to be a horde, who's an "evil faction". Indeed I am, I gladly except my "genocide" in a game and I don't mix it up with real life.
I feel sorry for those of you who are only in the game for the story and lore. I'd advise you to find a friendly guild and settle back and do the Normal raid tiers casually with some new friends, maybe hit a few key stones just for fun, and forget this shiit show of a storyline until 9.0.
Kinda funny how the people sneering about 'logic' clearly don't know how to use it themselves. Seems pretty obvious to me that Alliance are hoping their attack will be enough for Zandalari to say, "Screw this, it's not worth it hooking up with the Horde, we're out".But it backfires. Of course it does. Has to, for the story if nothing else.Just because you don't understand, or would do it differently, doesn't mean it was stupid.
I'm glad the Alliance get's a win, but they need to stopp sugarcoating everything the Alliance do.Especially when they take a much more realistic view when it comes to the Horde.It just causes problem as people will little knowledge of the Lore will think that Alliance are the good guys and horde the bad. When the answer is much more nuanced.
Alliance leveling questlines, the Pride of Kul’Tiras and now this. Really fun quests, especially with humors of Flynn Fairwind and nice story. And...Mischief Managed
The intent would not have been to kill Rastakhan initially, but to take him alive. If taken as a hostage, he could've been used to negotiate peace with the Zandalari, and deny the Horde a powerful ally. When the old troll refused to surrender, and died honorably in battle, the Alliance had to switch to plan B. Cripple the Zandalari enough that they won't be so much of a threat when they do join the Horde.