That last conversation is located near the canal between the Trade district and the Mage district.https://imgur.com/a/ntHbxzXThis one took really long for them to mention.Unknown Boralus NPC (1): Fewer and fewer ships heading out to sea as of late. It's not safe out on the tides.Unknown Boralus NPC (2): I've heard much the same. Strange tales, whispers over the water, shadows in the depths.Unknown Boralus NPC (1): Ill omens all around. There's a storm coming, mark my words.Is said by two npcs close to where the bank in Boralus is. As you exit to the left, overlooking the sea.This one repeated quite often for me.
That quote from Jaina looks like it might actually be said by Mathias Shaw, with the mention of agents and all.
So if this is their plotline for a torn alliance it is rather weak.
So yeah... another end to a War where Alliance should strike a decisive blow and finish it with a victory...Ah yes... Anduin leadership hur-dur...
I love how they picture the npcs as how it is in real life. Not everybody is satisfied with something and still seeks their closure with various aspects of the events in BFA.
I absolutely love the new content. It's great. I hear and see a lot of people talking about it, the new cinematics, the bees, the dialogue and such. But I don't see anyone talk about the Recruit A Friend stuff. Where is it? It was to launch with 8.2.5 according to the patch notes that Blizzard released a couple of days ago. And yet, it is not available in the game at all. Might be an unpopular topic considering people call it a pyramid scheme, but you know. I'd still like to know where that went.
All shows that the 4-chan Shadowlands leak is legit. Which means we're going to literally abandon Azeroth in N'zoth's hands just to pander to Sylvanas as she makes a grab for leader of the realm of the dead, for nothing more than playing into the devs Nathanos/Sylvanas badly written M/F fanfiction. Because N'zoth isn't afraid of the dead, but only of the UNdead. The dead in the Shadowlands can do nothing against him because, well, they're dead. He's alive. So is Azshara. Which means they're either gonna raze Azeroth while we're out doing Sylvanas' bidding or they're gonna be shelved as if nothing happened in BfA relating to them. Also the faction war was for nothing as it was predicted before BfA started. This time it's even worse than MoP, in MoP you had the hope for actual balance between the factions being achieved and something getting done, now? We know this "peace" doesn't last HALF A FREAKING PATCH, it's that ridiculous. Nothing ever changes, nothing has resolutions, nothing is worth anything in retail anymore.
This kind of attention to detail is so important to me. It adds so much value to the game. Just like players in real life have varying opinions about what should happen or should not have happened, now we can see in game some of those stances are being reflected. Not everything in the story is black and white. Some still want war, others don't, and there are many somewhere in between. As a player, I can relate to some of the dialogues more than others, and I think other players relate to dialogues I don't. I think that's great! This must be the morally gray areas. Should the Alliance condemn the Horde for Teldrassil or place all the blame on Sylvanas? Some might think there is one answer to that question, and others might disagree. That's what I like. We're being given a story that challenges us, and there isn't necessarily one right answer that all agree on. If nothing else, it makes the story more interesting.
It's really interesting to see that, well, the war is over. After all the fighting, the Alliance and the Horde rebels have won. Finally, we won the war!
Ours is a cycle of hatred.....
Well Blizzcon is in November so we shall see if that leak really was 'legit'To be fair if i was gonna leak something i would throw in alot of red herrings so as to not lose my job but i would place in a few true 'nuggets' that is legit.The part of the Horde and Alliance coming together has turned out to be true and Sylvanas still does have a huge part to play in the story.
Horde and Alliance coming together has been hinted at for months. Heck Anduin already wants to be BFF with the horde in "Before the Storm".
What this all suggests to me is that the outcome will be as individually selected as these varied opinions: A toggle like war mode to decide if we’re over the constant war (meaning enabling cross faction functionality) or not.Maybe that toggle *is* war mode.