Furion to Illidan in WC3: You used this forbidden magic to defeat our enemies. You're banished.Furion to Tyrande in BFA: You used this forbidden magic to defeat our enemies. That's cool, bae.
About the dialogue, Tyr keep saying that the Horde can't be trust... but all she want its vengance (of Sylvanas) and, for how the things seems to be, it's ok to want that.Letting that aside..... i understund WHY they splitted races between factions. But, when the race in each faction keep's growing, and the conflicts are every time more complex, it's silly not let a undead to be alliance (and, as concequence, anyone should be able to be on any faction). We know that the I7 has goblin spies, so... there goblis working for the alliance, why not let all taht xenophobic "stuff" behind and open the faction´s doors to anyone?
The AUDIO is really cool sounded as a young person at start then evolved to an older wiser voice to the end.
People keep saying "Alliance excused Horde so easily"... and what do you believe Alliance should do?Execute every tenth orc? Every second? Each of them? Is that what Tyrande wants?In our real world history I do not remember ANY time when nation - regular folk - were considered guilty for war or war crimes. When one side lost a war, leaders were sometimes punished. Regular folk were "excused". Always. Sometimes there were contributions to be paid, but other then that no one but leaders was hold guilty. And similar rule applied to WoW history. When orcs lost Second War, they were sent to interment camps - just because they had no home in this world. No one tried to intentionally punish them for the war.And as we come to Horde leaders, who is guilty? Baine or Thrall who themselves were almost executed by the order of the Sylvanas? Of course not. And Tyrande would know this as well, had she not go elsewhere, leaving it to Anduin and others to win the war. And now as the war is won, she comes back and says she is not satisfied.Sylvanas and Nathanos must be caught and executed. And that's all. The rest of the Horde MUST be "excused", because only leaders are ever blamed for war, and other Horde leaders essentially fought on the same side with Alliance.
either teldrassil's smoke finally got to her lungs or she picked up smoking to calm her nerves. she sounds like she's been smoking non-stop