Perhaps, given that the Horde is having the story relayed to them, Otoye is embellishing a bit to cast the Alliance in a further bad light.
Unreliable narrator brought in to DUPE the player into thinking Horde has got any moral ground, again.
think about it. The alliance was in that moment, but horde just get some guy telling what happened. I trust in alliance over horde version. Same thought if alliance get different dialogs in mekkatorque, stormwall blockade or jaina.
What is the point of this article other that propaganda speculation? Cause that's all i see that it is. Alliance are physically there. The horde are not, they're being told about the events by someone else.I could only surmise the narrator speaks that way because of being a disguised old god servant. But ofc.. Keep going with this if you want to believe it so blindly.
Perhaps N'Zoth's influence is already starting to spread, and we're none the wiser.
Oh, no. No, no, no. Don't use the unreliable narrator trope, Blizz. It's a lazy writing technique done by Bethesda when they're too cheap to keep up with their own lore. It's no longer cool, frankly has never been cool.At the very least, the proper usage of it is when two characters are giving different accounts of the same event the player was not apart of, not when the character/event in question is right there up front of the player's eyes and the "mistake" becomes obvious. You managed this with the Camp Taurajo and Deathwing-in-Badlands quests. Don't do it here and kill what's otherwise a great moment in WoW history!