I never played horde but when he called Jaina the Proudmoore $%^&* I was like OH SHH IT'S ON!
Not Theramore ! Go Alliance.
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The observer sounds like the Darkness for the same titled game. and I love that guy, because all of his voice work is un-edited and doesn't go through a processor to make him sound so twisted.
I guess I can see why they claimed this attack will commit the Alliance fully to war.Jaina Proudmoore was the last bastion of hope for peace between the Horde and Alliance. After this, no one will be looking for mercy anymore.Only through Garrosh's death can there be any hope of peace between the Alliance and Horde... and so Mists of Pandaria plays out. This is actually promising. Cataclysm had terrible storytelling, but this isn't half bad. Maybe there's hope for this game's lore after all.
I was thinking more along the lines of Zim from Invader Zim, although with a little bit of a raspy voice.
Finally Jaina will break up with that stupid pacifism. Horde can't be tolerated, it must be pretty clear by now.Orcs - leaded by bloody Garrosh are far too close to their blood-cursed state, if they not dealt with - it may end up as second Draenor.Forsaken - leaded by Silvanas, who's using almost Lich King alike strategy. Remember siege of Gilneas? Kill all living, resurrect them as undead and make serve. Or Eastern Plaguelands - resurrect fallen alliance soldiers right like LK did in old times? Forsaken are definitely a threat to all living.To be honest, can't say anything about trolls, taurens and blood elves, as they seem to be less of a threat to everyone, but still orcs and undead must be dealt with.
Shivarra reminds me of Kerrigan.
I just wish the imp would still say "This... is not in my contract!"
haha or perhaps, zim?