To the people asking if Chris Metzen voiced Thrall in the video, yes he did.
what products are they using for their hair? asmongold should ask them
Well his hair grew since Draenor.
The axe doesn't look like Durotan's though, though similarities, but we see Durotan's axe when he is in Horde garrison Дуротан#screenshots:id=475563Then the movie one was made into a replica and put in stores so everyone has seen that one.
Anyone else question the sad look when asked about family as he says, 'Not far"? Garadar is close, yes..but also the ancestral burial grounds...
It's time to go back to being war chief.SYLVANAS, JAINA, AZHARA, THE WARBRINGER MUST DIE
Sylvanas has clearly gone crazy. I've been saying that since the start of BfA.
I really don't think Sylvanas expected two assassins alone to succeed against /THRALL/. She knows exactly how tough he is. Two NPC goons won't be good enough unless they're on the broken shore.
"Do you know what she's done while you've been hiding?"Yes, i know: She did absolutely !@#$ing nothing. YOU on the other hand, Saurfang, lead an assault on a peaceful nation that absolutely predictably went into genocide while YOU WERE IN COMMAND.So... how about the TRUTH? How about:"Do you know what we've done while you've been hiding?"Blizzard does not even need other characters to whitewash the Horde this time.....this time, they are just whitewashing themselves.
So why don't these play in-game, where and when they are relevant? How many players are going to go out of their way to look these up?
Well, Sylvanas knows her position as Warchief is not that strong. Saurfang is against her, Baine is against her, and she is not sure how many more are silent, but are no longer reliable. And she knows the fate of Garrosh. So she knows she must be cautious.That is why she did not execute Baine. That would make him a martyr; tauren might rebel immediately, and orcs might follow. Horde will be shattered in the middle of her war, she could not allow that. Instead she lets him escape, because this would weaken him. Those who value strength and valor (and this is majority of Sylvanas opposition) will see him weak, living only by mercy of the Warchief. Baine will get much fewer followers this way. This makes sense.And then there might be another side to the plan. She cannot openly execute leaders of her opposition, because they are revered by too many. But she can silently assisinate them and bury all leads. Saurfang goes in hiding and she sends assassins. She may intend to let Baine escape, hide and then have him assassinated. This perfectly fits her scheming character.And this makes Thrall a reasonable target as well. If Saurfang and Baine survive, meet and decide to rebel, who will they go to? To the orc who created the Horde of Honor in the first place. Thrall was harmless while there was no rebellion brewing. But now that opposition grows stronger, Thrall MIGHT become a threat. And Sylvanas, always thinking a step ahead, decides to get rid in advance ot the one who can become ally of her enemies. To get rid of him while he is still hermit forgotten by everyone, before rebellion recruits him and makes him a figure again. Even if this is not going to happen, Sylvanas can't be sure, and it is much safer to destroy of potential enemy.All of this does make perfect sense... or, well, of course, it is possible that everything is not what it seems :)
The undead rogues looked well made. The combat is something I'd definitely expect an in-game rogue to go for. I liked how Thrall used the metal filings / ash to break the second rogue's stealth. The sound of the rogue on the ground was too loud (stompy) but the one on the roof of the building was just right, IMO.If I had to guess the rogue's specs, the one fighting Varok was 100% Assassination and the one fighting Thrall was 90% Subtlety.Varok's had poisons or enchanted with a per-hit effect and struck first while the second one was in a good hiding spot (very quiet) and was aiming for Thrall's back.Both rogues had Kukris. One of these, with proper technique, can behead cattle in one strike (really).... I'm NOT going into D&D/Pathfinder details of the Kukri. That's a monster.
So I wasn't the only one who thought this! That was my immediate first thought. It wasn't Garadar he was talking about, it was the burial grounds. His family is gone and that's why he's out there by himself. Otherwise, I think he'd have said they're in the city since he wasn't aware of the imminent danger at that point. My thought is that we'll find out about in later, but for now, there's only the ".."Not far.." comment.