Well , I can't wait to kill Tyrande , too.Shadowlands will be Sylvanas , maybe the next expansion will be Tyrande.I have never liked her and that will be a chance to finally take joy in killing her outside of PvP purposes (not that it is possible anymore thou').As far as peace goes.Yeah , it is harder now that there is no single leader that decides when or if to go to war but a mutual relationship of survival.You have a council of leaders to convince if you want to go to war and there are only one that would want to go to war.......the Zandalari Trolls and one that "wouldnt mind" and are likely to join them aka Mag'har Orcs.You have 9 leaders that are sick of it........so if 2 would go to war you have 9 other allies to pick from or 9 other allies to stop them in their tracks before even happening.Anyway , I will chant as I will kill Sylvanas in Shadowlands: "Kill the Bit*h!" the same as I will for Tyrande.
Problem with that council idea is that if one race goes to war, Do you really think the Alliance is going to differentiate between that one race or retaliate against the Horde as a whole? I think Alliance will attack the Horde as a whole.
The comments crack me up.Sylvanas: "I'll kill thousands because things didn't go according to plan, then I'll raise them from the dead against their will to be my personal army."Players: "My waifu! So Perfect!"Tyrande: "The dead need justice, I won't stop until Sylvanas is defeated for good."Same players: "Wow she's a psycho, I can't wait to murder her for being a shrill *!@#$."
If Blizz makes Tyrande into a villain I'm out. I know they love to have the Night Elves as punching bags and usually places Horde as the mindless bad guys with a warchief gone crazy mad with power or whatnot, but ffs. I've stayed on, because somehow the game has been fairly entertaining even though it has started to feel hollow and pointless as the years go by.Also somehow it feels like the Horde npc characters develop more, while the Alliance are just a bunch of weaklings getting nuked and terrorized. Or am I missing something?And what happened to the Undead? Sylvanas blight-nuked their city in the beginning of BFA and they are all fine with that? It was for the greater good?Obviously I'm going to play through Shadowlands, but I'm hoping I'll be positivly surprised and not bitterly dissappointed.Hoping we will see a WELL MADE cutscene with Sylvanas and Tyrande fighting, with Tyrande winning and coming to peace with something or the other.Also also, is that seriosuly the final version of that cutscene?How can they be so amazing at doing cgi cutscenes while their in-game cutscenes are this cheap looking bad?
I mean I get Tyrande wanting Sylvanas' head but she does realise Syl didn't burn Darnassus on her own right?
Where are they getting this "Hurde will march on war agen lololol" garbage? There's barely a horde left at this point.
Some of you guys seem to be forgetting that Anduin still wants to take out Sylvanas too as was data-mined in the epilogue after we defeat N'zoth. While everyone else is talking about getting laid, or whatever he is focused on stopping her. So yes,he doesn't want to pointlessly fight the Horde at this point. With both sides clearly weakened by Sylvanas' mess it makes sense. Everyone thinks that this means he doesn't want Syl's head on a pike like Genn and Tyrande. She caused all this to happen in the first place. Everyone has beef with Sylvanas, its just how they act towards everyone else that throws people off. Tyrande might come to her senses, she might not. Right now all she cares about is vengeance for her people, I get it, I'm a NE player myself, been so since Vanilla. That isn't an excuse to just run off and leave your people to be managed by someone else though. The living should matter more than the dead. I hope she learns this before it cost her everything.
When you follow your warchief into starting a war of genocide for the second time in less than 10 years but once again they threatened you so you deposed them and it's a-ok now and the survivors of your war just have to accept that you've changed for realzies this time
As a Horde player, I'm on Tyrande's side. Ironically.
Sylvanas also isn't the only one to blame ALL of the Horde is responsible. And Blizz uses the "Just fallowing orders" excuse for the Horde..
Anduin's thoughts are the same as my own. My sympathy goes out to the sane Alliance players who will now have to fight against the crazy Tyrande loyalists next expansion just like we had to push the Sylvanas ones back on the Horde side. My advice to them is to just wait until near the end of the expansion for the situation to get better. She'll go crazy and get herself killed or become objectively evil by then anyway. That's what a thirst for vengeance always leads to.
Goood Gooood cant wait to side with tyrande!
When judging Tyrandes' actions some people seem to forget how deeply religious are the Night Elves. They follow a deity that actually answers their prayers. Elune whispers, sends visions, grands them powers and now have granted Tyrande with the aspect of the night warrior. Tyrande is now the avatar of Elunes' vengeance. She is not the same as before and we have no idea what Elune is actually doing. We have no idea what Elune actually is. Tyrande is not just her actions and she never was. She is not a queen or warlord, she is a high priest of a church that leads her people not just on her own, but by their goddesses will too. Also Tyrande is one of the oldest characters on Azeroth, she lived several world wars that almost led to the end of the world and now a new war that almost ended her people. Sorry guys if you don't get it, but she got every right to be pissed. Her people are the punching bag of Azeroth since Azshara was their queen and they were considered to be the bottom of their society.
No Danath, no Vereesa or Auric, no Akama or Nobundo, no Malfurion, no Maiev, and no Katherine eitherAnyway, I can already see Tyrande being a Daelin 2.0