Not a fan of having dialogue forced on our characters, isn't this supposed to be a roleplaying game? Guess we can only roleplay as mindless servants to our respective factions.
At least only one ship was destroyed. The Kul Tiran fleet is safe.
Alliance has a plan to kidnap a king.The Horde just made off with Poseidon's trident.Alliance razed one ship; Horde a fleet.Yea, it's safe to say we're getting these "bigger" victories because something rougher will happen to us later. Sigh, if we lose another warchief to death I'll just give up.
Not the best, but at least we have a magic stick and Derek the Dead. Time to rez him as Forsaken and have him lead the attack on Boralus. Then on to Stormwind.
The Horde doesn't burn the entire fleet, they burn ONE ship.
Those War Campaign are really boring as hell.They are more boring than the least interesting Class Hall Questlines.
Personally i really like this. It looks like BfA will be darker than previous expansions, which gives the devs more freedom when writing. I like that the Forsaken has taken a more active part in the Horde, and this war campaign Really shown it. This last part was amazing:
Genn did not start a war. If people are so eager to call his action a betrayal or anything, keep in mind that the horde left the battlefield on the Broken Shore. From Alliance pov it looked like a betrayal - just watch the cinematic (seriously, hordies could've warned the Alliance few moments before leaving, but nah). After that there was no treaty, no peace between the sides. Let's not use double standards =) If war started at that point, I suppose there would be greater consequences than Genn vs Forsaken questline in Stormheim. The horde representatives on Argus didn't seem to have any trouble with travelling on an Exodar ship. And in the upcoming novel Anduin has an agreement with Sylvanas, a thing that I doubt would happen if there was a war tension between the sides.
Genn didn't start the war, he didn't attack horde. He attacked Sylvanas, because she was trying to sabotage our common plan to defeat Legion. She was thinking only about forsakens, she was ready to doom both Horde and Alliance for her own bussines, so he did what was necessary for both Horde and Alliance. And I'm pretty sure, that only forsakens knew about Sylvanas's plan, since after playing Battle for Lordaeron it looks like she is not sharing her plans and thoughts with orc, taurens or trolls, since they are mindlessly running around, doing what Nathanos says and ASKING "WHAT IS THE PLAN" without any response.