Oh well crap. I guess it should borrow a bit from the book and the book will expand?
I'm not one to buy in when either side starts screaming faction bias on the forums. That said, as someone who mains Horde, I don't think i've seen nearly anything in the beta, or the novel, or any other looks at what lies ahead that makes me feel faction pride. And thats part of the whole sale. I'll reserve judgement until its done, but if this is what we get from here out with Christie Golden heading up the writing team, BfA is going to be a very disappointing follow up to Legion narrative wise.
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Though given the quality of Blizzard's writing of late it will probably be something like this:Alleria: "The Horde are meanie poos!"Veressa: "Yeah!"Sylvanas: "No they're not! I'll prove it by eating this live baby!"
isn't turalyons sword supposed to be broken? that thing looks pretty whole to me.also, how is it attached to his back? magnets? the windrunners all appear to have straps for their quivers, why doesn't he have one for his sword?and what's up with his nose in the third panel? his face is at an angle, but it looks like we're viewing his nose at a different angle, making it look really awkward.
Not really a fan of this. Both characters look cheesy.And if Alleria joins with Sylvanas I swear I'll kill her in game every chance I get.
Lets see:Horde gets:-Allied races that have actual development-Racials strong enough to make High-end Alliance guilds switch to the Horde-More work put on their quests-Aditional customization for older races (even though they said that allied races were the priority)-New mounts instead of just the same 2 mounts but in different colorsAlliance gets:-Moral High Ground-Some story that is telled outside of the game.Sure, Blizzard shamelessly favour the Alliance /s
Dumb question - are these comics digital only? Or am I missing something?