Is Thrall looks like Thor?
I’m surprised Outland is still floating...the toy we got from WoD that summons Archmage Xylem (?) states that Outland is constantly deteriorating. Which is weird, I always wondered how we were able to breath when the planet is just giant shards of crumbling land.
This entire cinematic is making me think that Sylvanas has had a plan all along but what if it's not Sylvanas and someone else? What if there's someone we are not paying attention to like we should and they are the ones who are pulling the strings with this?
Classic wow release date, 15th anniversary special edition set, then this as well? All in under 48 hours? Is Blizzard trying to give us a heart attack?
I love these cinematics, but I want more of Slyv and Andi, I wanna see Slyv's decent to just pure madness and I wanna see Anduin try to figure out what to do about the horde and the encroaching void.
The most likely scenario for me is:Sylvanas sent the assassins to eliminate Thrall, since he's a potential threat to her reign much like Vol'jin was to Garrosh. Saurfang either trailed them from the beginning or intercepted them on his own way to Thrall.I hope this means we get to see/hear about more assassination attempts at other threats, like Rexxar for example.
The story of BFA overall is disappointing me but the cinematics are always high quality and great. I'm really happy they managed to find a way to put out cinematics like this multiple times in one expansion, rather than just with the release of each expansion.
Loved it. Just like I loved the previous two.Now... *cough* Alliance cinematic please? Maybe one that isn't focused on the poor Horde's feelings while their favorite orc rots in a cell?
omg Thrall :') the only thing I could say at the end, beautiful, excelent and epic cinematic! good job there!
Great cinematics, though I made more thought to the opening with the grain. I've lived most of my life on a farm... hell, half my family is farmers, and grain doesn't just crumple up and dusts like that when lushly golden, no matter how dry it may be. Keeping that in mind, it does validate in my mind that Saurfang then says "I followed them."As we know that Sylvanas likes her blight and poisons so very well. The two rogues that attacked our "Heroes" were forsaken, and easily dispatched by two veteran fighters. They seemed more focus on keeping in stealth before attempting to dispatch the two. Why? Well, back to the grain; The scourged made a move to turn people into undead by corrupting the grain. Something that was first realized to late by the humans of Lordaeron and Stratholm. Perhaps, Sylvanas is trying to use a similar if not more lethal kind of tactic, to get rid of potential threats to her rule over the Horde. You would not need strong combatants to spread the blight, just some people loyal to Sylvanas and good at keeping themselves hidden. Cause while Thrall may not be the World Shaman anylonger, he clearly ain't no weakling. He has bulked up a lot since last we saw him.
Another alliance cinematic. Can we have a horde cinematic too please?
This is some Game of Thrones level @#$%. Why'd Sylvanas make Thrall a potential enemy by sending assassins after him, they say she is tens of thousands of years old, but acts like she was born yesterday. On the other hand, nice to see that Thrall kept his hair in good condition, and those Naggrand gyms seem to do wonders for his posture.
Should just call him Thranos.
Only way I can explain all the current events is that Sylvanas unites the horde by creating a steady evil, pushing all of them against her during a faction war where they cant stay split up and somewhat selfish and passiv as in the past.Beyond that Im sold, no idea.
I want Thrall to tell me how he got his hair back.I mean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1SdVC2mrz8 (vs Garrosh cinematic)Then I 'll make a fortune of selling the recipe for curing baldness :D :D :D