Arthas deserves to rot. You will NOT redeem the abuser and the dude who damned Sylvanas and countless others, and commited several gonocides while villifying Sylvanas in the same breath. That will no fly, you dudebros and mysogynist are out in force and this narrative has been VERY easy to find out who they are.
Im starting to wonder if this is what caused the cycle of death to break. If Arthas grew more powerful as he claimed more souls with Frostmourne then that would mean he was harvesting there Anima. So it would only make sense that when Arthas died all that Anima would go with him into the Shadowlands. Then Uther threw him into the maw which would give the Jailor a massive anima boost. Sylvanas tried to kill herself after Arthas died only to be sent to the Maw, which would indicate the cycle of death was broken at that point or just started to break. Also look at the parallels to Arthas and Sylvanas in terms of power. Both of them grew in power with the more death they brought. I wonder if Sylvanas was given something similar to Frostmourne by the Jailor when she tried to kill herself but came back. That would explain how she was able to kill Saurfang and defeat Bolvar so easily.
we all know how the jailer will be beaten...Illidan pops outof nowhere and takes him to jail with sargeras xD
I'm with Devos on this. The Archon is wrong. Where's the line starting, to begin a rebellion?
that soul split thing is going to be interesting, if they play it up, for certain individuals
For players that have been following along since the early days of Warcraft, it's a satisfying moment similar to Illidan crushing Gul'dan at the end of the Nighthold raid.Really? No, it is not. Comparing Arthas to Gul'dan is nonsensical and unfair, and I say it exactly as a person who has been following along since the early days of Warcraft.Redemption (or at least a due process) story for Arthas.
Uther: The Light has damned your soul, Arthas. May it rot in the Maw!I think this is the fatal flaw in this current Uther. He's allowed himself to act as if he were the Light, not a servant of it. It was Uther who damned Arthas' soul, not the Light. Perhaps Uther needs to spend a little time in Revendreth atoning for the sin of pride.
curious as there is no mention of ner'zhul
After watching, I felt sympathy towards Devos and it seemed that she was the more rational out of her and the Archon. However, reading more about the Kyrian it mentions the shedding of emotion as pivotal to being able to ascend. Devos let her emotions guide her and went against her order.