I kinda would like to see Garrosh have revenge on Thrall and break or kill him.Won't happen but tired of that green jesus who turned to warrior.Garrosh killing Draka in front of Thrall could work. Something negative for horde for once since they decided to make bansheewaifu have redemption.
Very cool answers!
"Grimoire of the Shadowlands - Broker POV on Cosmology" different point of view meaning that they can continue to change the lore as they see fit?Remember when Chronicle was meant to be a tome of lore that they used as a reference to develop the game? I'm pretty sure I remember it being said that that was its purpose anyway.
The whole "maybe wut if lite = BAD?" thing is gonna be even worse than Sylvanus and out of nowhere. I BET they'll try to redeem Sylvanus somehow but when it comes to literal years of examples of the Light being good and overall... neutral really? "W-w-well moral relativism!"ESPECIALLY if it's gonna have the Void involved as well. How many planets were twisted and corrupted under Void or Fel influence? How many instances of the Light AND the Naaru being altruistic? Even IF you make the argument it was for their own gain then how come none of the surviving Naaru we encounter try to enslave us?AND Xe'ra? That character that was never mentioned before Legion? She was forced into a role for the writers to try and justify this plotline of the Light being 'hmmm not so good'? It's so dishonest.
Seams that Sylvanas will get redemption.
I think Garrosh will finally atone for his sins when Thrall comes to pay him a visit. Something will go down, and Draka will be there to witness it.
I still really hate what they're doing to the Light. It was always clear that the Light was neutral. A strong will and conviction that you were righteous were needed to wield it, which is why the Scarlet Monastery and later the Scarlet Crusade could use it so effectively. They believed that they were absolutely righteous.There was never an inkling before that Naaru aren't peaceful, or that Light has a mind of its own. Or that the Light can be a corrupting influence. It's a retcon just for the sake of changing something to be more complex when it doesn't need to be.Beyond that, they're clearly keeping Ner'zhul relevant to the story of the Lich King (wouldn't put it past Blizzard to slowly try to erase him and just make it all about Arthas), but where does Kil'jaeden fit in? Regardless of whether the Jailer made contact with Ner'zhul, Kil'jaeden is the one who made the Lich King. So either Blizzard is forgetting about that or ignoring it, or they're going to try and tell us that Kil'jaeden was in on it, which would be really stupid.
Void Elves are actually almost as evil as the Forsaken, but they're framed as good in the narrative because they're a pretty race.Some people were upset at how blatantly evil they seemed in Shadows Rising, but honestly, their actions were somewhat tame compared to what they did in BfA. The only difference was that Shadows Rising didn't sugarcoat it.
Why is every interviewer/streamer and their mother asking about Anduin/Arthas similarities all the time? Both of them are blond and of a royal line, but that's about it. I would have expected "community figures" to see that by themselves, without Steve Danuser needing to explain it.The parallels need to be drawn to Sylvanas, not to Arthas. Sylvanas had been enslaved and mind-controlled by Arthas, and in proxy, by the Jailer. Just like Anduin right now. Sylvanas broke free, and I believe Anduin will, too.Sylvanas then, after Arthas' death, was lied to and deceived by the Jailer (that vision of the Maw as her "unjust" afterlife; the seemingly "just" cosmos he wants to form with Death as dominating power) and went down the path she's walking now. Oh, the irony - which she might or might not begin to understand at this point - that's why this parallel between Anduin and her is so important.Anduin though, he certainly won't go down a similar path. He's not Sylvanas (and even less Arthas). He's already demonstrated that when he told Sylvanas the truth about her current path. When he stood before her, upright and confident, even when she held a twisted Shalamayne pointed at him. Anduin is so much stronger than he was a few years ago.Another parallel coming to mind is to Garona, who stabbed her friend, King Llane, to death, with tears streaming down her cheeks, in a mind-controlled state.But the point is: The Jailer tries to do the same with Anduin as he did with Sylvanas (through Arthas back then), and the Jailer's cause has never been good or just - what will Sylvanas do when she finally realizes this?
Flag this when you see it mods I'm not emailing in a request. Seriously though.If it's going to become a regular thing adding content creators, add a tab to filter them out, this doesn't suit PTR and if I wanted to watch it I would watch it on my feed for youtube. This goes for all creators. Bellular, pyromancer, Asmongold, Taliesen & Evitel, and Hazel. I love their stuff. But it doesn't fit the PTR tab.Thanks for your consideration.
"When it came to Afterlives: Revendreth, we thought "What kind of character would embody the sort of soul that would be sent there, that's filled with pride, but still had some quality in it that didn't deserve the Maw?" That was really Garrosh's story. He had this path laid out for him, and circumstances and choices that other people made led him to go down a certain way. But you could have, perhaps, seen a different route for him."My Warchief finally getting "redemption". And the guy after even hinted at him being able to move somewhere else. Necrolord Garrosh is happening.
Why is Garrosh even in Revendreth if the souls of the Shadowlands are meant to be a mix of every version of someone? Garrosh was good in 99% of timelines but he deserves torment just for that 1%?
"We feel like Garrosh had a really great arc, and that he had a really culminating moment in Warlords of Draenor, so we don't want to retell a huge story with him"Are they for real? His arc was %^&*. They did him so dirty so many times and then they made him a villain. cOrRuPtEd. People want a retell because Garrosh had so much more potential. Just look at how happy people are to see Kael'thas again. Now I'm not saying do Garrosh the same way as Kael'thas but if there is anyone who deserves some storytelling it's Garrosh IMO.