"Tidesage: Ah... I assume you intend to make me Forsaken at the end of this ordeal, do you not? I heard what you did to Captain Stone."Wait wait wait...Considering a quest step prior to this is called "The Captain's Grave"..... I do not like the implication of what the Horde player is to be a part of here.It's bad enough we're Sylvanas' obedient minion in a way we never were with Garrosh in MoP... now this? The one thing people keep trying to justify this with is that the Horde player is generally lawful good in Zandalar.But it seems the moment we set foot in KT we're right back to Scourge-lite chaotic evil.Once again do Blizzard not understand... it's the Horde. Not the Forsaken/Scourge.
A human considering to become Forsaken at his own will? Interesting... 🤔
I like voss
Voss is a good character... I want more Koltira though.
This is the first Forsaken writing in a long time I actually APPRECIATE.It felt like such a single-sided coin for as far back as I can remember - morally ambiguous, cunning-over-honor, a few hews brighter than plain "inherent evil" but just as little depth.The dialogue between Voss and the Tidesage - for once - showcases the voluntary choice in one of it's purest forms. Voss sugar-coats NOTHING about undeath and even warns of the worst-case scenarios. The Tidesage would be willing to forfeit his body, mind, spirit - everything - if it meant continuing to support his family, even if that family would go on to deface and abhor him, and to bring wrath to those who would threaten them.Somebody is willing to forsake -themselves- for the values he cherishes above all else.If the Forsaken survives BfA, we need this level of nobility in it.
Too bad they didn't let Jaina snap back at Genn. "You're the reason they left" and you're the reason for the Worgen.Love the dialogue between Voss and the Tidesage.Not for the forcing of someone into Forsaken, but if they are willing, that's fine.