Oh really, Yrel being a fanatic and persecuting the orcs?No yeah, makes perfect sense..
So....the entire ending of Warlords of Draenor, despite being fairly stupid on it's own terms, is completely invalidated as the alliance suggested between Yrel and Grommash fell apart? This is the best they can come up with? This makes the Void Elves seem like Shakespeare. Horrible.
Maghar going horde confirmed. Blizzard stated neither side is the better. We both have to worry about going evil. Shut up and don't go against what blizzard says you fanatical child.
Inb4 people say Mag'har are going Allia- never mind.
Lok’tar, even Gul’dan did nothing wrong after all. Death to the Draenei tyrants! We will never be slaves!
We'll never be slaves!
This is one of those fake texts right?
I'm just waiting in hopes that they change those pathetic racials to something useful :/
Why in the world would they go Alliance, when LIGHTBOUND DRAENEI are on Alliance? They will want to fight them too. :P
Again, this makes the entire Warlords storyline (even the butchered and changed one that we ended up with) nothing but one long set-up for Gul'dan getting sent to Azeroth. Everything else that happened was completely and totally meaningless. In the end, it turns out that the Draenei became as bad as the Orcs in this timeline. The problem is there was absolutely NO indication of this from anything we saw in Warlords. Yrel and Durotan are fighting side by side against Blackhand in Talador. Yrel and Grommash are standing hand in hand after the defeat of Archimonde declaring a new world of cooperation. This is just a bunch of junk being thrown at the the wall.
Very interesting to see the Light being represented as dangerous and corruptive, like the other cosmic forces (Fel, Arcane, Void and Death). It had been hinted before, but I'm not sure if shown so clearly.Only Life still seems "pure", as far as i know.I never cared too much about the Mag'har (actually still dislike the whole time travel thing), but at least they seem to have an interesting bit of lore to add.
I'd say its worth waiting to see stuff ingame, reading the actual quest-texts, and watching how it actually plays out in completion before judging it for not making sense.But that might just be too reasonable.
It's like there's a challenge inside Blizzard to see who can write the worst story.
I enjoy this story that's implied very much. Interesting. Can't wait to see more.
Whoa whoa whoa, easy, Yrel became rogue and made an extremist sect? There is a Garrosh and a female Thrall? Now you have my attention, Draenor...