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12-21-2011 @ 6:21PM
It frustrates and saddens me how Malfurion has been developed in WoW. I liked him a lot in WC3. He used to have a lot of love for his people, but was changed a lot in WoW. It shows up in the books too, but not really in-game. Part of the problem is that Blizzard wanted him to be neutral for the Molten Front quests, which really hurt his character to be unable to take the fight to the Horde. Gah! Far as I could tell from WC3, he was supposed to be a guy that loved his people and would do anything for them, but that's not played out, has it? /sighI agree that Tyrande has been marginalized. She's a great character and she really needs to be the leader of the Night Elves. Malfurion is great as their spiritual leader as he's been since the Well-splosion, but Tyrande is their martial/political leader and it'd be really great to see her step out of the shadow she's been in during WoW to be what she used to be.I don't think it's fair to ask for Tyrande to be the character she was in WC3, while leaving Malfurion the character he's become now. I'd much rather see both "fixed." They can be a pair, but should have separate duties to their people. I loved the Night Elves as the savage, nocturnal race in WoW and would really like to see that come back.
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