"Far more suitable afterlives..." "But they want to include the characters, so they will shoehorn them into one of the 4 theme parks.""they are literally desecrating the character and memory of those characters"If you're so sure of there being more suitable afterlives for these characters, then name them. Will they be the theoretical Light afterlife? Or some other realm within the Shadowlands, either with or without a name? Perhaps some other unknown, made up afterlife that better fits your personally accepted narrative? The only actual characters I have seen people complain about are Uther and Alexandros, and while everyone is entitled their opinion, every argument I've seen up to now has basically ignored information about the characters themselves that actually supports where they ended up, usually because some of said information is from the xpac itself. It's selectively choosing which information you personally agree with while leaving out any which doesn't fit your narrative. I've seen people from multiple lore communities do it, so it's not exactly a new concept. It's usually always pretty egregious though. If you want to believe that these characters are simply shoehorned into the zones with no thought or planning involved, then you can do so. It doesn't inherently make you correct, but still, you can choose to believe that. Just as I can choose to believe they are not shoehorned in. Funny how differing opinions work regardless of actual information provided in them.Lastly, "they are literally desecrating the character and memory of those characters." I don't really know what to say about this honestly. That you really think bringing back old characters, giving them new stories related to their existences in the afterlives, while still keeping information pretty damn consistent with what was previously known is somehow not only fan service, but also a desecration of the characters, tells me that you should maybe stop taking the story and lore so seriously. Fan service would imply that they were brought back for no other purpose than to draw people in, which from the narratives we've seen from the beta so far is flat out not the case. Desecration implies they have disrespected or otherwise destroyed the characters, which is also simply not the case based on what we've seen, though I admit the latter is far more subjective than the former. Still though, "desecration." I have never heard anyone use that to describe a narrative choice for a character in a video game before, so props to you on that one at least.I wish I could say I had a good time writing this all out, but frankly I don't actually enjoy participating in arguments that are guaranteed to go nowhere. In this case it was more compulsive than anything that I write out a reply. You probably won't hear from me again after this, I think I've scratched that itch enough now.
This is so forced. Arthas' killing of Uther wasn't that dramatic or anything.By this standard no soul should be able to move on.