I never liked her character. I wouldn't follow her. Too bad Blizzard will probably make us follow her... The Forsaken don't need a Lightforged Witch leading them.
Such an AWFUL character that Blizzard will try and shove into Forsaken players throats. RIP to the Forsaken If I ever play again, I'd not play that race.I mean, lmaoooo my expectations were low but holy-
It would be interesting if she tries to make a bridge during the timeskip between the undeads and ally so that it goes very wrong they being humiliated and abused by the races of the alliance making Calia really see that it will not matter her good intentions the forseken can only count on themselves.
Jesus, the Forsaken mains are so cringe it is starting to hurt me. People wanting SO bad to be evil and edgy, even if it is stated that the Forsaken are not the Scourge and specifically want to move away from that wretched existence.Also funny how they are the only ones that keep defending the genocide of everyone that isn't them, that being coupled with the demented loyalty to an angry emo chick that also thinks genocide of all "inferior" people is the answer to her problems.. Kinda makes you think of a parallel with a real life figure that was very similar a few decades ago...If you are playing World of Warcraft to be the bad guy you are really in the wrong place.
No one who actually likes or plays the Forsaken wants her anywhere near the Forsaken, the best thing Calia could do would be just getting lost in the Maw.
So many whiners on both sides ... Blizz is going to do what they want. I'm pretty sure out of the millions of people who still play, they're not really going to be hurting if you all rage quit the game. Personally, I enjoy the evolving story line.... yes, there are definitely some things that could be better, but you know... it's just a game. There are lots of other games out there that might work better for you if you're not enjoying this one ... crying like a bunch of spoiled children isn't going to win you any favours though. I'm not saying you have to be happy with everything, but seriously... it's a video game ... it's not the end of the world if Calia becomes the Forsaken leader. The beauty of roleplaying games is that you can make your own personal characters story it's own... just because you have to do things in quests doesn't mean that, story wise, you character has to do those things. Like, some of my Characters are not murderers, but to level I have to kill lots of things, however, I just don't make those quests part of my character's actual story. I separate actual game play from my stories for my characters, and only keep what I want in the story. So if Calia becomes the Leader of the Forsaken, that doesn't mean your specific Forsaken character has to agree to follow her. You could have them go off and do their own thing ... like actual individuals.
It makes much more sense for Lilian Voss to be the future matron/figurehead of the Forsaken. Calia has little to no relation with the struggles and strife the forsaken have gone through in comparison to Lilian. Lilian's quest chain is still one of those few where I personally can visualize the resentment that humans in WoW show towards undeath.Maybe I'm wrong, I'm no lore buff but it just seems more appropriate, especially since we've had much more interaction with Lilian over multiple expansions in comparison to a character that has 'been around' a long time, sure, but we've had limited/no interaction with.
My main would not recognize her as leader of the Forsaken. He bends the knee (well he would if he had one) only for Sylvanas.
Personally, as someone who's mained an undead since I started wow, I only want Calia as a leader if she truly wants to be a ruler to us, her father's subjects. If she doesn't want to be a proper successor to King Terenas Menethil II, or ends up being wishy-washy about it, having her as faction leader would be worse than not having a leader at all. But, if she becomes the successor to the Lordaeron throne that the patricidal Prince Arthas failed to be, and fully shows her devotion and loyalty to our currently dead kingdom and its people, I will welcome her with open arms. And if she just outright decides not to have anything to do with us, then to Hel with her. Anyone who would side with Stormwind, a kingdom who first rejected us, their ally and leader in the old Alliance, then tried to steal our ancestral home and wipe us out, over her own people doesn't deserve the throne.
Not a single horde player especially forsaken players want to see her a ruler. She could act as an speaker for the forsaken because Voss is not much of talkative, but I don't think so blizzard is stupid enough to push an alliance princess and crown/throneless queen into the horde.
Lilian Voss should lead the Forsaken. I have been playing Forsaken since Burning Crusade. If I could, I would stay and level in forsaken lands to 60. I love the morally gray and creepy look of the forsaken. Voss has a story that is steeped in Forsaken Lore. I understand that she a daughter of Lordaeron, but she is alliance. Create undead alliance toons. She can lead them. Having an alliance type character take over the Forsaken is just another example of Blizzard not hearing the player base.
Calia is not an Alliance character. You'd have to make the case that Alonsus Faol is a Horde character, which would be difficult to do convincingly. The Blood Elves were Alliance once. No one questioned whether Lor'themar Theron would be too buddy-buddy with former Alliance contacts, and he's even considered pulling the Sin'dorei out of the Horde to join them again. I've wanted a Menethil in charge since Sylvanas became Warchief back in Legion.