Saurfang meeting with Anduin, interesting, given his history with Silithus and his dislike towards Gallywix, perhaps he's there to... offer help?Who knows, the Mag'har might join the Alliance!Well, that would be odd.
Definitely doesn't inspire me to do Suramar with any of my other Alliance characters, especially knowing that the Nightborne elves will just betray my characters.Seems Tyrande was right after all. You really can't trust them.
and there goes another horde lore character onto the corpse pile R.I.P saurfang and %^&* the writer who treats the horde like starks just because our symbol is a wolf does not mean we need to be treated like a hollywood film dog.
These Alliance vs. Horde arguments are the equivalent to school children arguing over which super hero they think is better.Taking sides is fine, but choosing only to look at half of the story, doesn't leave you with a very good understanding of the story as a whole. Even worse still - is trying to debate using logic, when you are heavily biased in the first place. Your emotional attachments to characters, and your hatred of others, makes you practically unable to behave rationally and objectively. I like the whole Alliance and Horde dynamic within World of Warcraft, but for crying out loud, people take it to an incredibly annoying level. It would be nice if Blizzard could be allowed to tell their story without players reacting to it as if their lives have been completely ruined because they think one side is favored over the other.
So, the Alliance is being led by bloodthirsty racists now? Great...Zul is a gangsta, but“Nathanos Blightcaller: Remind me never to make you angry.Zul the Prophet: The future is uncertain.”*Zul the Prophet turns to the camera, winks*