I remember Tyrande calling the blood elves "mana addicts" while helping during the Suramar campaign (it's like calling your peg-legged helpers "%#$%ing cripples" while helping a group of wheel-chaired refugees)
Wiat.. Wrathion? We havn't seen him in ages i feel like!. gonna be interesting to see how he fits in
My theory on why Thrall and Malfurion are missing from the embassies. I think theyve taken the Earthen Ring and Cenarion Circle to Silithus to begin mending the wound there.
Wrathion at the Alliance meeting? I mean, I know that his boyfriend is the king of Stormwind now, but that seems weird to include him in an important Alliance summit with all the leaders present (and vulnerable). Both because he's never even remotely pledged himself to either a faction, and more importantly, because he's a known manipulator and schemer. In the first half of MoP, he was backing the Horde behind the scenes under the assumption that they were going to crush the Alliance. It was only when the resistance broke off and started a civil war that he turned coat to back the Alliance and that was because he assumed Varian was going to dispell and subjugate the remains of the Horde.EDIT: Just went back and read the comments section. Some people seem to think Wrathion has said in the past he was siding with the Alliance from the start. Very much no. I already explained it in my previous paragraph up there before I read the comments, but I'll recap it again. He didn't "side" with the Alliance, and certainly not from the start. Prior to the Horde Civil War, he was backing the Horde because he precieved them to be stronger and predicted they were going to crush the Alliance. But they imploded and split their strength. So Wrathion switched his support to the Alliance. After Vol'jin started his rebellion against Garrosh, Wrathion started backing the Alliance, yes. But it wasn't him "siding" with them. Just like with the Horde previously, he was supporting them behind the scenes for his own reasons. He saw two dogs in a fight and bet on the one that seemed to have the advantage, and tried to set up conditions to ensure his bet would pay off. He did it because he assumed that when the Alliance won the fight against Garrosh, the Horde would be so weakened that Varian could easily and would choose to dismantle it and subjugate its people. The end goal here for him, when he supported both sides, was that there wouldn't be two sides fighting anymore. Wrathion knew the Legion was coming and we needed to be ready to fight them. The problem was that we were too damn busy fighting ourselves over and over in an endless cycle of hatred. If the Horde and Alliance were stuck in an endless stalemate of war, we'd be too busy and weakened from each other to fight the Legion. But if one side was ended and subsumed into the other, WHICHEVER side won, they could focus their efforts on preparing for the coming of the Legion. That's why he did what he did. His allegiance was never to the Horde OR the Alliance. It was toward Azeroth itself all along. And this isn't even new information or something from a novel. He explains all this himself to the player at the end of the legendary ring questline in MoP. You can read the conversation here: https://wow.gamepedia.com/Quest:Judgment_of_the_Black_PrinceAlso of note is that Wrathion knocked out Anduin and helped free Garrosh from prison in the novel, War Crimes, which is what led to WoD. How THAT particular action helped his cause, we don't know yet, and I really can't fathom. But it's definitely not a pro-Alliance move.
I wonder what kind of interactions you'll have here, this is after all the hub for allied races since you can't have places like Surumar and Highmountain be horde only.
Wrathion totally burned down Teldrassil guys. He said at the end of the legendary questline in MOP that next time he stop at nothing to prepare the world for the battle to come and he'd leave nothing to chance.
Wrathion is the most interesting one for me
He gave up on the horde in mop he actually was pro horde at the start of mop.Currently wrathion is pro alliance
I would be so annoyed if Alleria or Vereesa died. I mean come on they burnt down Teldrassil already, the NE don't need to suffer even more losses (never mind we just got Alleria back haha)on another note it the preview seems to indicate that the allied races unlocks are greyed out either because they aren't available at 110 or because it wasn't in the demo. here's hoping the latter, it would kind of suck having to wait till 120 to unlock themalso Void Elves are actually Blood Elves... interesting...
Alleria might be the neutral link between Sylvanas and Alleria
Wrathion huh? Well he could be a suspect in burning down Teldressil cause its certainly something he would do to further his goals and then make it look like the Horde did it.