Does anybody know where Sylvanas is headed to in the scene? She sends off Nathanos and the player to Kul'tiras, but the quote also implies she is leaving herself....where does she go? I read most of the Zandalar broadcast text spoilers that came up weeks ago, and Sylvanas was notably missing from them.@Voss: Ever since i read the Before the Storm excerpt from Blizzcon and the description of the Council that has risen in UC i thought "Yes, that might be the way to go forward with the Forsaken and not be at odds with every living race on Azeroth (especially the Horde ones) anymore". Voss seems to play into the exact same direction.
Why the hell is Voss working for Sylvanas, she hates Sylvanas.
@SyneaI agree.The game and even the faction isn't about the Forsaken.While I think it's clear why an Undead would bear some self-loathing, I agree it's neither helping themselves nor their allies.I most DEFINITELY agree I'm sick of the faction leaning whatever way the current leader leans - a faction is supposed to be a fellowship; a unity. And the Forsaken - as they stand - have done more than enough to earn them a special place in whatever hell the Warcraft universe promotes.As. They. Stand.My point is that the Forsaken hasn't lost their potential to rectify their wrongs.To wear some humility and put the Horde and their allies before themselves.To balance cunning and strategy with honor and respectTo understand that self-loathing isn't offering them anything, and to soldier on in the face of adversity.And whatever simply can't be mended - too far gone - to stand with honor before a gallow, a firing squad, or even a battlefield and accept fate.Maybe the lattermost option is all that's left for them, but by some mercy or miracle it isn't? It will not - cannot - be rebuilt on any pillar but noble, virtuous ones.
Sylvanas still feel for Nathanos, it seems.
(threatens a man's family)Another example of that Horde honor I keep hearing about.
"That bloke in the red shirt over there told me I "wasn't canon." Well, obviously! I'm a mariner, not a cannon!"Meta joke HA!
Yes, because losing your entire identity and then having your family dismiss and command your death is such a minor thing. What kind of coward would cry about that?