I mean, i've already spent there 2 months. Nothing special.
Idk I’m really not impressed with this so far, it seems so far fetched that the most of the horde presence and most of Rastakhans guard would go into Nazmir for such a tiny threat when there was blood trolls clamoring at the gates for months/years and still didn’t convince the king to investigate Nazmir. Why are the alliance even trying to kill the king? Does this make any sense, yeah they’re taking out a “Horde Leader” in their eyes but Rastakhan technically hasn’t even joined the horde at this point, I bet this is the catalyst for Talanji allowing her Zandalari to join the horde. I also don’t see how the alliance even benefits from this, like sure kill the injured already dying king so that Bwonsamdi can pass down his power to an angry mourning Talanji!Ugh, usually I give blizz like hundreds of free passes when it comes to their writing but this raid seems like something they hashed in just to have content for 8.1
Did alliance kill that bronto? They will pay!
I love that the raids are unique to each faction, have an overlapping story, and running my alts through LFR for storyline feels more rewarding now.I dislike that from a Horde perspective much of the dungeons in the Alliance continent make no sense, like House Waycrest which is a fantastic storyline, and the same can be said of the Alliance traveling through Horde areas. There's little overlap and it's more, "Hey there, kill this thing, get loot, get out."
No Jani in da council of de Loas? Getting real tired of da blizz richmons actin’ like Jani not be a real Loa.
the allince don't kill the loas my friend, just their champions: people empowered by the loa...
Looks pretty sweet! I'm excited for it, and also looking forward to the Siege of Boralus :)
Super salty to lose Rastakhan, That guy is too great to lose :( I wanted to see more of him, and his interactions with Talanji.
This is epic!
Artelia, I think you are failing to understand the difference between a tactical retreat and simply running away from an enemy. The majority of the horde forces were lured away in a feign before the initial attack began so that there would be the least amount of casualties possible.It is also the very reason why we disabled/destroyed most of the enemy fleet. If you bother to look at the broadcast text, you will be aware that we are there for the following reasons. To force Rasta to surrender and if not kill him and obtain the specter, not loot, pillage and kill civilians ect. We had a very clear goal and achieved it. There is absolutely no point is spilling more blood after such an unfortunate event as killing the king. We were there to attempt to destabilize the Horde/Zuldazar alliance, which sadly seems to have backfired. The enemy will be out for blood and fight more fiercely if moral isn't simply dismal, which it would have been if blightcaller had not rallied the forces. Talanji herself isn't completely bloodthirsty even after the death of her father, its blightcaller that tries to convince her otherwise, and takes initiative when that fails.Knowing that your opponent will go to any lengths to ensure victory, and most likely has a superior ground force at his disposal since everyone is now aware they have been tricked, it makes absolutely no tactical sense to have your own force stand its ground and duke it out. Not only does it increase the chances of your own force being unnecessarily weakened, it increases the chances of civilian casualties, which High King Wrynn wishes to avoid if at all possible. Mekkatorque and Jaina holding the line was to allow this tactical retreat to happen, and even then with our forces dedicated to getting out we still took a great blow, but not a fatal one, and most defiantly not greater than the one the enemy received. As far as being on the losing end of this battle I beg to disagree for the following reasons:-Mekkatorque, is not dead and most likely to be revived sometime in the future.-Jaina will live through her wounds.-Alliance still has the formidable Kul'tiran fleet at its disposal.-Alliance has crippled the Loa council and retrieved the scepter that the horde worked so hard to obtain.? Alliance acted with mercy, though this may not seem like a good trait in war, it does not go unnoticed by those who suffer and may benefit us at a later date. We gave Rasta a chance to surrender, we went out of our way to avoid hurting civilians.Meanwhile the horde:-No longer have the fleet which was the backbone of the alliance they wished to forge with Zandalar in the first place.-Were caught with their pants down and had to fight twice as hard to make the Alliance pay, but still lost their Allies' king.-Failed to kill either of the Alliance Leaders holding the line while the majority of the Alliance elite squad(the players) and some soldiers made it to safety.- Lost the scepter in which countless lives, and resources were invested into pursuing in the first place.? A change of leader may result in further instability within the empire which would lead to even more internal conflict for the horde.So with these points I fail to understand why it is you think we are in need of a new leader. If you could enlighten me on your viewpoint it would be much appreciated.