or who lost the most.Sylvannas has a other pawn, zandalari are more angry then ever at the alliance. And all they had to loose was 1 king that almost died in the start of the expansion.What did they alliance win...nothing. They pissed of the zandalari, jaina was wounded. Gnome king is a ice cube for the time being. Lost a big gorilla friend. Some hero's etc for nothing.So i would say horde lost less and has more gains.Alliance did not gain anything and lost several things.
tl;dr, the attack was a pointless endeavor that ultimately serves as nothing but filler for the expansion and its story
The players won, as it's the final catalyst to the new allied races. Does it make sense that a player raid pushes Jaina and her fleet back?, not really, same would apply if it was Sylvanas with zeppelins attacking a BfA alliance stronghold.For the the real threat of this/any expansion war would always be good.
Ok so alliance destroyed Navy killed the king then retreated but they say they have won? its not a victory if they have not conquered anything durably... its more a defeat if they have fled no?
"Talanji will be a great leader"Well, considering Talanji, Pastakhan, and Zul are the very backbone of a 90s Disney Princess film.Talanji, Zandalari PrincessPastakhan, Stubborn KingZul, Evil Uncle Insert them into any Disney film... Go ahead.
This attack make no sense because if Rastakhan would have surrender i would have happenned like this ;"surrender now rastakhan end the bloodshed' "hmm ok i surrenda" then come to sign the surrender paper "lord amidral the horde have killed our troops we must flee' then rastakhan "hmmm nah was kiding zandalar foreva!" =PLike if it make any sense this whole attack make no sense and alliance have lost
The Alliance obviously lost. Rastakhan was useless as a leader and their purpose in attacking was to convince the Zandalari to abandon their ties with the Horde (surprised you didn’t note how the Zandalari could have seen the loss of their king as Horde incompetence at defending an ally. “You cannot even defend us. What use are you?”).
Well, alliance had first made a big mistake by putting Talanji in prison for whatever reason at the first place^^
Nice writing Perculia!I guess there is actually no winners in this battle. Of course the Alliance proclams themselves victorius (and that soppuose to be the point of a parch named "Tides of Vengance"), but as it has being said, they did not achieve what the wanted that was separate the Zandalari from the Horde. I'm seen that this is more for us as players to see how draining and unusefull this war is and in the end defenitively let us to fight the true enemy...of course It will not be an easy road.About this:
When is the Alliance going to commit genocide? Never cuz Anduin is too passive.So I don't expect to get revenge for Teldrassil.
The whole article just makes the fact that the whole story in this expansion makes no sense even more obvious. Nothing happens for a good reason in BfA, just for the sake of hammering square pegs into round holes. And people are surprised to see that players don't like the expansion...
When do I get the option to join Nzoth and kill both alliance and the horde? I just dont care about any of the major chars anymore, its just the same old boring story we heard a million times before no new suprising twists or turns. !@#$ chars dying we dont care about or have just been made to look like they did nothing. Take the King for example, ruling for 200+ years, helped us defeat Hakkar in ZG when the cataclysme didnt sink his city help Zul to spread the empire hence the trolls in throne of thunder. Making a special code language to avoid more assassion attempts cuz those 46 + his wife wasent enuf. Just be killed off in his own city by the @#$%ty alliance rubble, what a great king....