Seeing Voss willingly work with the Horde and Forsaken, talking about them positively, and even forcibly resurrecting people is just really... weird. I wonder if she is aware of what happened at the Forsaken/Human meeting prior to BfA....
Part 5 will be what, we help Voss kill Zelling's family because Sylvanas doesn't want the Alliance to know she's raising the Kul'tirans? Well, probably.
What I want to know is why (apart from the meta reason of not wanting to make new models) he instantly turned into a rotten decayed monster. I mean he was still fresh and he died of sickness instead of wounds so he should have been pretty intact for a while. At least long enough to say goodbye.Probably to make us feel sympathy for the Forsaken in general. “Look at how the living hate and shun us for no reason! Ignore the atrocities committed by our leader! We’re still the victims damn it!”
oh my god rexxar what are you doing in the horde? you are a good guy, he don't deserve to be in a monstrous faction.
Lillian Voss abhores death - definitely terrified.
So he actually asks Lilian to raise him, she doesn't appear to force it on him.
Rexar was part of the Horde. And the Horde isn't a monstrous faction, just overrun by a homicidal dead ranger, which whom I didn't like being warchief. Vol'jin have chosen blindly.
lol morally grayBlizzard just needs to give up pretending they can write. Just deliver content patches.
If this is "morally grey" by Blizzard's standards, whoever's doing the writting or passing down the information as that is definitely a psycopath
Let's go back to Tolkien's and old roleplay fantasy references, please.Game of Thrones' style is not working with Warcraft's lore. Just saying.
We want heroes and villains in both sides who inspires and motivates us. This Nietzsche's morality just doesn't fit with Warcraft.