Or they jsut want to keep the debate going to keep players engaged, as they said, to keep the game alive?They have been igniting the fires between the factions, etc. during the whole of BfA.They are nto really giving any clear answers this expansion. You can make arguments for both sides.I am just tired. As if we have not enough debating and seperating us in real life at the moment
Hail HYDRA is from Marvel's Agents of Shield. What does that have to do with WoW? Or does Squishei mean Helya?
Something of note, I tested walking near the NPCs to see which one says the whisper, none of the other three that don't talk say it, but the one that is saying the stuff out loud is the one that does the whisper. So, looks like he's simply lying to make it seem like he defected.
For The Dark Lady. :3 Good, this actually adds some realism. The more cunning Sylvanas loyalists should approve of her departure in public, and keep their true loyalties to themselves. At least Sylvanas has some agents within Orgrimmar now, should she need them.It's not difficult to see why a lot of Forsaken would still want to remain loyal to Sylvanas, she gave them freedom and a purpose.
Victory for Sylvanas.Hopefully this suggests opportunities to sabotage the Horde from within.
What i see with a lot of Forsaken NPC is that they often tell you to trust no one, that's what Sylvanas talk about in the cinematic (kinda), i saw this as a test to see if there are still people who are willing to trust her plans. Maybe the banner girl showing disappointment is just an act, to me, considering how much Forsaken don't care about their past life (shown in a lot of quests in classic) and the horde in general, tells me a lot about them, they are a faction of their own, and they are too much dead to care about the living.I clearly think Sylvanas gave them and to herself another big purpose after Arthas death, i can't wait to see what's coming next. But for sure, there are a lot of Forsaken hiding in the shadow, thats what they do best anyway, and thats what i like most about them.
God, sylvanas supporters are the kinds of people who kick puppies.
Hopefully they change WoW to how it should of originally been 4 factions Alliance, Night Elves, Horde and Forsaken. I hope if they don't do that they atleast give players an option to join societies in the next expac that are like shadow factions that actually fight for something meaningful rather than literally peace out every opportunity they get like the main factions do now. Still I hope they have learned lessons about how to continue to write Warcraft story in the future since I don't know a single person that has enjoyed the direction this expansion.
Remaining loyal to a fallen regime depends on how susceptible to influence the individual concerned was to the teachings/ethos of the leader; some would have followed blindly, some would have followed through fear while waiting for 'a better alternative'... mental strength is the key factor on how quiet/vocal a follower is.HYDRA, from where I saw it, was an allusion to a deeper-rooted, highly technological version of a branch of the 'German' (if you will; can't use the regimes' popular name) political system of the earlier 20th century that were originally tasked with their leaders' bodyguard duties, but went on to be indoctrinated to think of themselves as the 'Elite of humankind', not just the elite of the system they were part of.Think of the Deathguard(s) as analogous to HYDRA and you're not far off; their remnants would be lurking in the shadows, waiting (in vain?) for their 'time to rise up'...
The forsaken knows about all of it.I believe that look from the banner forsaken wasn't about surprise of what she says but that it was time to start what was already planned?
I like how the NPC dialogue shows a wide variety of reactions to recent, and this is actually an understandable one. Sylvanas may of lost the bulk of her support with those four words, but there's always going to be a few that remain loyal. It doesn't what Sylvanas does or says, it doesn't matter how much suffering she inflicts on the Horde or even Azeroth as a whole, it doesn't matter how many times she proves that at the end of the day she cares for no one but herself (and maybe Nathanos when she's in an especially good mood, maybe the loyalist player to in the way one might care for a puppy). Some people will always support her because they can't bring themselves to confront the fact they made a mistake in supporting her in the first place.