i mean all talanji has to do is shack up with another queen and adopt a non-related heir and there's nothing bwonsamdi can do, that's the end of their bloodline and therefore the end of the bargain lel.
Bwomsandi’s Power decayed his hand. Notice how his ring didn’t even fit his finger anymore? And his clothes look really baggy.Talanji really needs to get out of that deal.
No tea no shade but Alliance is cancelled
So no cinematic for the end of the raid?just start and the middle?
Rastakhan isn't even a Horde leader. He's not even keen on full alliance with the Horde. By killing him, something that the writers telegraphed would happen back in the beta, the Alliance actually does the Horde a huge favor, because Talanji is a lot more amenable to ally fully with the Horde. This raid was supposed to be the great victory for the Alliance, and yet it's anything but. Their only success is decimating the Zandalari fleet, but then the gnome leader is perma-frozen, Jaina is badly injured and they suffer a demoralizing blow by having to flee the city like whipped dogs with tails between their legs. And going forward, the loss of the fleet probably won't have any effect on the story. It will just be forgotten. Just like Alliance having access to a frigging space ship. After all the crap Alliance has been through, the writers thought they'd give Alliance a win. And in their hubris, they don't actually seem to realize that this isn't an Alliance win. At best, it's a draw.
Oh we killed a King who allied himself with our enemy during a time of war, leaving the civilians alone and only targeting the army and navy of said enemy and their allies, we are the murders? It not like we burned down a tree full of civilians or anything like that huh? And TBH haven't fought Rastakhan yet but it seems he died after over using Bwomsandi's power, the Alliance were order not to kill him and we did do that he died only after we left and his body did become a skeleton could have been the after effect of borrowing the Loa of grave's power just putting that in. Opinion might change after actually fighting the boss and getting new insight.
It's no surprise that blizzard was going to kill him off. They don't want to give the horde anything but loss and more grief. Great another expansion of getting shafted for story. Woo. May as well unsub, this story isnt going anywhere. First time I've felt like that, and I suffered through pandaland.The people who made this game great are gone, so now we have raids like this. I'm sure the gameplay is fun, but I'm done with all of this.
The cinematic is nice and emotional. That thing though, that Alliance thought it would be a good idea to attack Dazar'alor and kill Rastakhan so as to prevent the Zandalari joining the Horde... Yeah, didn't work...
I am only sorry that the alliance even let Rastakhan a chance of surrender, after all the Horde did over and over again. Varian should have ended them long ago. They have no honor, letting one leader rule them all, while the Alliance is a made of a group of allied leaders. You might think the Horde learned this lesson with Garrosh but seems they cant evolve...
Alliance: we want to separate Zandalari from Horde.Alliance: made every freaking thing to secure Zandalari as Horde allied raceHorde: LULI wonder, when we will get actual sane strategist in Alliance ranks. We can't rely just on crooked dogman all the time.
I'm not that mad about the Alliance killing Rastakhan (the writing was on the wall the second Talanji was introduced at Blizzcon) but I AM mad that Alliance players still believe they're the absolute, 100% good guys when in reality they're as flawed, 'evil', and occasionally incompetent as the Horde is.This all stems back to Greymane at Stormheim. Since he didn't demand (or even ask for) any reparations or conciliations regarding Gilneas after the Siege of Orgrimmar (which ended the war that Garrosh started), but waited to take his revenge until Sylvanas was Warchief (DIRECTLY starting up the Alliance/Horde war again), Sylvanas (and many Horde players) have been convinced that the Alliance will never accept peace on equal terms, and that it might as well be the Horde that has the upper hand, compared to the Alliance.