anyone else have the issue that after completing it through once, when running through with alts some of the cinematics were skipped?
why the hell didn't they say this before ? I did scenario on all alts so that means I'm ...... -.-
I have found another old guy...Ralston Farnsley is back and stand on right side of road to ship.And he is again accept old cloth materials for Undercity reputation.1 (one-time). 60 wool for 350 rep2 (one-time). 60 silk for 350 rep3 (one-time). 60 magewave for 350 rep4 (one-time). 60 runecloth for 350 rep5 (repeatable). 20 runecloth for 75 rep
@DaemoniaNZ - That's likely due to your running DBM and having it set to skip cinematics.https://twitter.com/MysticalOS/status/763080588832051200
So many people just rush through these events! I am glad Blizzard throws these little goodies for us players that take the time to really experience these events.
The cinematic is VERY convincing, but I still say Vol'jin isn't really dead. It doesn't make any sense from a storytelling perspective. They spent two whole expansions detailing Vol'jin's increasing chaffing under Garrosh's leadership, then his rebellion, and finally becoming Warchief. Then immediately once he was in power, they didn't use him at all for an entire expansion. The Warchief of the Horde and literally the only thing he did in all of WoD was to pat you on the back for getting a level 3 garrison, and then give you a quest to build a shipyard. And then they kill him BEFORE the next expansion even drops? They spend four years showing his rise to power, then ignore him for two, then KILL HIM OFF? And then they make Sylvanas, the person that most people barely tolerate and NO ONE trusts, the new Warchief with no more explanation than "a spirit said it"? And no one even QUESTIONS it? It makes no sense. Like, absolutely zero sense at all. It's just bad storytelling.What would make for a better story would be if Vol'jin were faking his own death again. He has precident for doing so. In MoP, he had his throat cut (also a pretty much fatal wound) and he let everyone think he was dead to throw his enemies off his trail so he could build his forces and work on rooting out the bad apples in the horde without distraction. What I think is going on here is he's doing the same thing, just on a grander scale. There's some sort of even worse corruption in the Horde, probably Legion related, and he doesn't know how deeps it goes or who's involved or who he can trust, just that it's so dire that he needs to disappear to deal with it. Vol'jin works best from the shadows, after all. But he needs help and he needs to leave someone in charge of the Horde. Someone just as comfortable with working from the shadows and dealing with morally grey areas, someone everyone already distrusts and so wouldn't take special notice if she acts a little shady or engages in secret meetings, someone he can be sure isn't working for the Legion because she already hates EVERYONE (but hates the Legion for being ultimately responsible for her cursed condition). In other words, Sylvanas.So yes, the cinematic looked convincing. Vol'jin's injuries looked pretty dire, yes. Maybe TOO dire. Like, why is his eye suddenly dead? He was impaled through the abdomen. He's clearly been posioned by the fel taint of his injury, but would that screw up his eye too? Either way, if he's Sylvanas working with him, he has a person who's an expert on plagues and death to help him out. And she commands a host of Val'kyr that can cheat death. Even if he does really die, they can bring him back. Vol'jin is determined enough to make that sacrifice for the Horde. If he died tempoarily or not, we held a funeral for him. But the corpse was wearing mask right up to the point we burned it to ash. That makes it REAL hard to ID the body if anyone goes snooping.This may all be speculation, but I think it's not TOO crazy. At least I hope not, for the sake of the story. For them to play this completely straight the way it appears would be a tragedy of poor storytelling.
Is there a guide to the hidden stuff like this in the Demon Hunter starting zone? I came across some treasure chests, but am sure I probably missed some stuff along the way.
Yes, yes the Horde does see "something else" and I can say with certainty that the Alliance video is pure propaganda BS. My jaw just about hit the floor after seeing the first 30 seconds or so (the videos become the same when the flying gunship comes into view). The Horde is holding off most of the flood of demons for the Alliance when our own warchief gets shanked (Vol'jin... NOOOOOOO!), Bain gets battered, Thrall gets KO'd and then the %(*& really hits the fan. The Horde then holds back the demons while the Alliance beats a hasty retreat (though now the statement made by the wolfie guy "Without the Horde we will be overrun." makes some sense).Anyway... Lok'tar Ogar!
why does the alliance get $%^& on ? we get jack alot of crap and they get rare toys?i know they can be used by all chars but what if i dont have a 100 horde char? really fair.
Yeah, they get to watch the warchief die.
all I could think was: Varian his sword(s) really really really really really really needed to be a warriors artifact ...
I just hate how Varyan is a hero, taking down a Fel Reaver, while Vol'Jin is simply stupid and doesn't look behind.
So..... Horde gets toys AGAIN and alliance gets crap. Nice.
I love the second chance at the toys from Battlefield:Barrens (patch4.3) I bought item upgrades back then instead of what I thought were just silly novelties. Whole-Body Shrinka' So happy for another opportunity at it!
Hiding those hidden items this much in an 'event' that's already way way over-tuned in terms of # of people (goes -way too fast- just trying to -read- everything) is pretty. darn. @#$%ty.Not fun, Blizzard. Not. fun.