As with most of the tubers they are all alliance scum, but at least they (T+E) are amusing alliance scum ...
Taliesin and Evitel are great. Good choice for a new partner.
Lot of <3 to Perc. You are incredibly diplomatic and mega props to you for all you do. Your efforts to promote WoW and provide a WIDE variety articles for players with diverse interests within the game is appreciated by MANY!mwah!
tanzine is clearly a troll. Different opinions are fine, even harshly worded ones sometimes, but not what he's doing. He was given multiple opportunities to be constructive and decided to be a jerk instead, repeatedly, so rather than removing this news post, maybe you should remove his ability to comment on this and similar posts.
Not intresting to listening someone talking about something what all WoW fans already know
How great that you guys partnered with Taliesin and Evitel - my fave youtube duo, now with WoWHead, my fave trio of everything WoW! :D
I love their videos. They are really so nice and a lovely couple ♥Best content creators in the wow community for me ♥
Why are people mad that wowhead shared another creator's video on the site? What's wrong with that?
Please let us filter the posts we see on the main page. Last time I saw a video title from those guys it was a huge spoiler for Before the storm.
You could just not click on it? I mean, it's blatantly obvious who's in the video, so if you don't like them or are worried they will mention spoilers, ignore it?
Taliesin and Evitel are my favorite WoW content creators and I am so happy for them to see them featured here on WoWhead. woot all around. :)
I absolutely love these guys, and I'm so glad you guys have partnered with them! Definitely another step in bringing the WoW Community together as a whole! :)
perc be triggered... hehehe >:P
I think that commentary by Taliesin about Sylvanas would have been a lot better and potential more persuasive if he hadn't over looked the elephant in the room - the fact that Sylvanas changed up the battle plan on the fly from conquer & occupy to simple "burn it" in response to the dying elf ranger bringing up "hope." This is notable because the whole rational for conquering Darnassus and subjugating the night elves was to demoralize the Alliance and sow division in their ranks by showing them that holding onto hope was pointless. I think that is where a lot of controversy stems from, the seemingly impulsive decision by Sylvanas to change up the plan of attack on what simply appears to be an emotional whim, or just doing evil for evil's sake. Yet their analysis in that video doesn't even acknowledge that aspect of the warbringer video, little less explain how it fits into their overall backing/support of the decision to have Sylvanas issue the command to burn the tree. But with the tree burned and the civilian lives lost, the original plan to demoralize the Alliance and sow division is now lost, because as a result of this atrocity, the Alliance will band together and be stronger than ever before. Thus, the rash decision by Sylvanas will have the opposite effect of what she was trying to accomplish with the original plan, and instead of sowing division within the Alliance, we already see it is sowing division within the Horde by Saurfang's reaction to what she did. And that's not to mention the strategic loss of a base of operations in northwest Kalimdor that would allow the Horde to cement their control over the continent. Or the issue of just happening to have the means to burn a world tree on hand, as if that is something you can do on the fly. Or the idea that she would just make such a huge, radical change to the war plan without consulting a single general or a single faction leader. In the end, it just seems to me that a decision was made early on to have each faction lose a capital city, and then they shoe horned in a story to reach that end without developing a story arc that would naturally lead to that conclusion. Sort of like working backwards to form an argument to support a desired conclusion instead of developing the story and then seeing in the end that it built from the start to reach that conclusion. Here, with her changing the battle plan in response to the dying elf raising the idea that they'd still have "hope" runs completely counter to how the story had been developed and where the story had been naturally leading.