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11-20-2011 @ 4:12PM
A simplified view I have as well is that for 7 years players have (in general) really liked Jaina. She's cool, she's smart, she's logical, she's above petty anger, she's heartbroken, etc... lots of things that players adored her for. Jaina + Arthas is a story that has a life of its own after all.And now to see something bad happen to Jaina will get ALL players to feel. Anger, mocking, whatever. But hardly a player will not be affected if something bad happens to Jaina, whether they play Alliance or Horde
11-20-2011 @ 5:08PM
Oh, and guess what? :pThreamore is going to be burned, sacked and it will stay that way till at least end of MoP (since it was already made clear, that it is going to be a "calm before storm" aka a filler expansion, which takes us somewhere comletly random...etc etc).point is, blizz will let us wait yet another year (or two), to see if finaly we will be able to proudly charge into the batlle with Glory to the Alliance! shout at our lips.the only question remains, whether they will stuck Jaina in SW throne room or in SW mage tower for the duration of MoP -_-
11-20-2011 @ 5:13PM
whoops.. I seem to have replied on wrong comment ...
11-20-2011 @ 7:21PM
@matusThe current land of Pandaria and how the Pandaren act are the calm before the storm. The fight between the horde and alliance that makes landfall on Pandaria.. IS the storm. Please watch Metzen introduce Mists at blizzcon again to get the picture right.
11-21-2011 @ 12:04AM
I don't want to see Jaina get pushed off her line. I want to see a Jaina who realizes who's behind this new direction of the Horde, Garrosh, and who kills him (or makes him see sense) in a fit of fury. Because it's very right that the torching or Theramore undermines all the ideals Jaina has fought for. But the Jaina I know and love as a character is strong. She can see the shining clear path from A to B that will realize her goals. And Garrosh is standing in the way, with the rubble of Theramore beneath his feet.Garrosh, you done messed with the wrong mage.
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