I'm a Sylvanas fanboi but I want a Warchief Saurfang.
So many Horde drama queens. When you join the side that must make uneasy alliances to survive, you lose the option to always concern yourself with the politics. You joined the Horde knowing they consisted of Undead and Orcs, and yet you still throw a tizzy every moment you are portrayed as the controversial and brutal peoples that you need to be just to survive and make your uneasy alliances work.The Horde has completely forgotten what being Horde means. You act like you are civilized people who have the ability to pick and choose your alliances based on politics. The Horde cannot afford to lose any of the races and factions that make up the Horde. You'd think the people who played Horde would relish in what it means to be Horde, but instead you guys endlessly cry and complain like a bunch of wimps. Maybe you guys play Horde because in real life you lack the fortitude that is required to make the tough choices that the Horde leaders face.Imagine for a moment how difficult and complicated it would be to actually have a faction of Undead, Orcs, Trolls, Tauren, Goblins, Blood Elves, etc.. all together as a united people. Each race has very different beliefs and ideas, and if you think that it would be a cake walk then you are out of your mind. Stop pretending that things would always be simple, and black and white. If you guys were in charge of telling the stories, the Warcraft story would go absolutely nowhere.
Katherine seems like the real traitor Jaina is too sexy to do so.
Garrosh 2.0. It really sucks to be stuck under another warchief who acts like this, can't we just get Vol'jin back? It was wonderful to have a warchief I actually agree with
Saufang is making a choice to not blindly follow leaders. He is one of those, who has seen most wars outside of various elves and what those wars bring, the endless cycle. Seems to me he has chosen reason. And he has lost so much, so maybe blaming him is kinda wrong (not to mention this is just a fiction afterall, no need to get all worked up)?As for Alliance. Kul'Tiras has to be aware what was happening during Legion. They are not some lost land, they simply left the Alliance, but not the world, and since they are trade nation, they cannot NOT know what happened, the Argus in the skies, or Sargeras himself (and his fog) just before his defeat.So... They are just going to arrest, for example, the Highlord of the Silver Hand (they might be druidic, but they know what Silver hand is)? Really? Or the heroes who just literally saved the world from Burning Legion? Arrest them? Ehh, Blizzard...
I'm so ready for this expansion to launch.
Well on Draenor the Orcs believed honor was what separated them from the savages and held it in high regard, and when they forsook honor they murdered many Draenei (warriors, citizens, and children), and most veterans of that time who participated in the war (like Saurfang) remember the horrible things they did and regret them, and NEVER want to follow that path again, while others like Sylvanas and Garrosh either, Sylvanas: Doesn't have a soul and has no regard for life except her own, or Garrosh: Hadn't drank Mannoroth's blood, experienced the Blood Curse, or seen the horrors the Old Horde committed to understand the value of honor over power and victory at any cost (he was sick in Nagrand with the Red Pox), so yes to Saurfang honor is the most important thing there is and values it over his own life and loyalties in order to keep from repeating what happened on Draenor
Jaina isn't about to give up on Katherine any time soon. My hunch is that solving the confusion in the Boralus nobles may provide us who the real cuplrit of this "accusication" is in the future, but we'll have to wait for the launch first.
i hope blizzard haven't run out of ideas and turn another horde leader into a raid boss