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Horde Council and Alliance Leadership Dialogue on Sylvanas and Rebuilding in Shadowlands
01.09.2020 в 12:06
Several bits of new character dialogue have appeared on the
Beta, with members of the Alliance Leadership and newly formed Horde Council commenting on the state of the world and abduction of their prominent faction leaders. We have screenshots, but you can also find a transcribed version of all the new dialogue below!
Aggra appears to have taken Thrall's spot on the council, along with Mayla Highmountain taking Baine's spot, both of which plead with the player to find and recover the friends who have been lost to the Maw. Calia Menethil, Lilian Voss, Rokhan, Nazgrim, and Lor'themar Theron are also present, speaking on the current state and future of the Horde.
Shandris Feathermoon, Mathias Shaw, and Taelia Fordragon can also be found in Stormwind commenting on the disappearance of Tyrande, Anduin, and Jaina within the Maw. We also know that Taelia ends up in
as well, in search of Bolvar. Unfortunately the "stay awhile and listen" prompt does not currently lead to any further dialogue or information.
We had a life in Nagrand, A home. We were happy.
<Aggra looks wistfully into the distance.>
But... Go'el needed to return. We all did. For the sake of the Horde. And for Saurfang.
The Banshee's forces took us by surprise. We fought fiercely, but it was not enough.
I know wherever they took him, Go'el will keep on fighting.
He would want me to stay and safeguard the children. So I ask you, $n, to go in my stead.
Find him. Find them all. And bring them home.
When I worked with King Wrynn to arrange a meeting between the living and the undead in Arathi, I thought I understood the Forsaken. Only too late did I realize how little I knew.
But after being raised into undead myself, I have begun to se the depths of what they have endured. With the help of Lilian Voss, I have found ways to aid those who feel abandoned and alone.
Right now, the whole world trembles beneath the specter of death. And fear, left unchecked, will consume every soul it touches.
I cannot allow that to happen. Not to the people of Lordaeron, nor to any who fight for the good of Azeroth.
The war taught me many lessons. Who I could trust... and who I could not.
Through her actions, Sylvanas has proven that she doesn't care about the Forsaken's fate. But we have endured too much to allow her betrayal to unravel what we have built.
<Lilian peers at you through narrow eyes.>
You think my words harsh, $p? Did you willfully do her bidding? Turn a blind eye upon her endless atrocities?
Windrunner chose her path--and her allies. We all did.
Once, I would have sought vengeance. Retribution. But now, I care only that the Forsaken have a future. And for that, we need the right leaders in place.
I will lend my voice to the Horde council and speak for my people. For a time, at least.
Baine endured so much during the war. He did all he could to make the Horde strong. But more than that, he fought to reclaim its honor. Its heart.
The Banshee failed to break him, so of course she would lash out like this. A cowardly attack was all she had left.
Baine means... a great deal to me. But my people--and his--are gripped by fear. Now is not the time for me to leave them, even for his sake.
So I ask you, $n, to fight to save him. As he fought to save the Horde.
Dis be a perilous time for da Horde. Our wounds still be fresh, and da Banshee be inflictin' even fresher ones.
Da Scourge be risin' too. If we don't be careful, Death gonna take hold of dis world. We all gotta stay vigilant.
Queen Talanji be back in Zuldazar, defendin' her kingdom. Don't know if ya heard, but she been facin' problems of her own.
Da Horde gotta stand strong, $p. No matter what be risin' from da shadows.
It seems my mother was the only target who avoided capture.
I should give thanks to Elune for such a blessing.
<Shandris's brow furrows.>
Yes, my minn'do laid waste to the dark manifestations the Banshee sent for her. But the power she displayed, the ferocity she unleashed, something about it was... troubling.
She knew there was a price to be paid for undertaking the ritual of the Night Warrior. With each day that passes, I fear the price will come due.
I was at the Lord Admiral's side when those monsters came for her.
They struck fast. She could hardly cast a spell before their chains enveloped her. She fought all she could, but it wasn't enough.
I... I couldn't stop them.
But by the tides, I swear I'll see this through. No matter where I have to go, or what I have to face.
The king was taken on my watch. I should've had more agents assigned to him. This is what happens when I let my guard down. When I allow my--
<Shaw takes a deep breath.>
No, damn it. This was her doing. I won't blame myself for finding happiness. Anduin would be the first to tell me that.
We're going to find him. The others, too. Whatever it takes.
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