Keeshan and Feathermoon, still a better love story than Alleria and Turalyon. EDIT : Just to be clear, I'm not "shipping" those two, or think there's anything romantic going here. But I just feel like their relationship and alchemy is written so much better than the actual relationship between Alleria and Turalyon.
Shandris' gear looks ugly af now.
Love the bit with Shandris and Keeshan. I love character/world building
Big surprise. The Alliance is losing battles. Again.
not a big fan of this Keeshan/Shandris pairingI hope Keeshan dies off soon
I really wish the Alliance quest writers actually bothered to read about lore for the Horde races.Why do Ranger Captain Areiel and Shandris know each other? Does this writer think all elves just... know each other?The Highborne left Kalimdor 7,300 years ago. There's no way she and Shandris would have met a few thousand years ago, nor would Shandris have had any interaction with humans until the last few years.I don't care about the 'humans are important narrative,' though I wish it was with a character that wasn't meme rambo and piss joke Keeshan, but at least TRY to pretend to care about lore consistencies.
Good, other type of elves, the fallen elves for the horde, and this class is small almost without participation in all the expansion but is possible that going to be other race for the horde. But, high elves cant be part of the alliance, and after then one wonders if blizzard favors the horde. We have to wait it this will pass, and if is so, what excuse will said about that, why the horde can have other race without the size like it said before and the alliance not.
Ahhh Keeshan. Creepy bastard that he is, I'm still glad to see him being used in the story again. I wish he'd have unique dialog for players who completed the redridge storyline with him though. Its nice when we see notable figures remember who we are and what we've done (I had a similar feeling when Garrosh and Saurfang remember your actions in Nagrand when you meet them again in Borean Tundra, or how Gryan Stoutmantle did the same if you did the westfall storyline then met him again in Grizzly Hills)We need more of that in this game, and if they're bringing back old familiar faces, I wish they'd have an extra line of dialogue or two to acknowledge and remember our past encounters.
Lul, Alli*!@s can't even take down one san'layn. Meanwhile, Horde is carving up Kul Tiras and dredging up the corpse of Jaina's brother <3
I'm summarizing the following war-campaign stages real quick.Part 4: A Golden Opportunity:The leaders quickly discuss whether going after dreven or galliwyx. Then we go harassing the goblins about Galliwyx's whereabouts together with Umbric. We find him inside Atal'Dazar, looting the golden place only to flee through a teleporter when he sees the player. We follow through the telleporter to his pleasure palace and beat the crap out of him and his party but it turns out that this was just a mechanical suit worn by an unpaid intern.Part 5: Blood in the WaterWhile we see on the horde side how they are retrieving some bodies on the high see, the alliance gets the information that blood-prince dreven is also on the ships. So we go with Shandris and the Wildhammerclan to finish him. First we take the wrong Ship and fall for the old "trap inside a treasure chest"-trick and almost die to Nathanos Blightcaller to takes greeeeat joy in finally killing us. So much, that he wastes his time and Falstad saves us. Then we go to the right boat, kill dreven's underlings and confront Dreven himself, after some fighting he pops a bubble and says "so long suckers" and attempts to fly away. But Shandris is sick of this trope and breaks his bubble... and neck.Part 6: The Strike on ZuldazarWith Dreven gone we focus on immobilizing the zandalari fleet for when the time comes to attack Zul'Dazar itself. So we plant bombs under the ships and kill some mogu to get information at one port and take horde informants out disguised as a blood troll so the zandalari are as unprepared as possible. However, one ship discovers our secret base and we are left without a choice but to kill everyone on the ship. The captain almost manages to flee but we capture him and show mercy by only imprisoning him. Final scene is all the war-campaign characters (and the prisoner) watching as the boat burns down. We then report to Anduin and he congrats us to our achievement.Next stage: Siege of Stromgarde...
How the hell do an Undead High Elf and a Night Elf know each other.Furthermore how have they known each other so recently that the Night Elf knows the Undead High Elf's opinions on Humans?Seems like a really lazy plot to push the 'true potential of Humans' narrative.
Alliance storylines are always boring. This is getting more boring than alliance story in WoD. Alliance writer are same as their player: Boring, whiner and incompetent.