With Saurfang bringing up knowing the difference between honor and loyalty it's kinda interesting the wording used in the orc's recruitment. They speak up of honor above all and Syl is more interested in their loyalty to her. Mayhaps these orcs will play a part in whatever changes are eventually coming to the horde.
Why do they feel the need to give us a "literal who" character. A character we've never seen before, rather than the two remaining leaders of the actual race.Plus, what's with every allied race leader being a female? Like, seriously...Cmon blizz. Get the actual leaders instead of blowing them off to push this "female power" agenda into our faces.Look guys! Women can lead too!
Reads like some bad fan fiction, ugh, forever reminded of WoD.
At least we now know the golden eyed blood elves are just Bronze Dragonflight members.
I like when they add to the fictional languages new things that can be understood from context. "Dranosh'ek Mag'har." The heart of Draenor beats in the uncorrupted. Little pretentious, but I like it :) Welcome addition to loktar ogar.
Overlord who? Why not use at least someone we know...
"Why do they give us a literal who"You mean like every character the first time they're introduced?
Read Sylvanas Dialog anytime.... literally Anime Tier Super Villain.
Until we have all the pieces I wouldn't really judge the situation but sounds interesting still.In regards to leadership, Grommash could still be the leader of the Mag'har but choosing to stay on Draenor to lead there while sending a commander, Overlord Geya'rah, to serve as the leader on Azeroth.Also helps any of the "Grommash is here? But he died! But he's not green...? What is this magic!", which I personally don't mind. It would be awesome to have Grommash around but understandable to keep him on Draenor to avoid making things too weird with all the alternate world madness.