I don't play Alliance, and I want her as the Forsaken leader, I don't want anymore morally questionable leaders in the Horde, that was supposed to end when Thrall took over in WC3
Sure hope so. I love her character and design. I loved Before the Storm.
Hopefully not.The Forsaken are were the Scourge proxy for WC3 players. They've already been watered down enough over the years from genocidal monsters to just humans with a skin condition who are oh-so tragic and sympathetic. It'll be the final nail in the coffin if THAT becomes the leader.The only development the Forsaken need is the development of more blight and it raining across the eastern kingdoms until they're the only ones that can inhabit it.
The best choice to lead Lordaeron. Her people love her and would die for her. And have, in Stromgarde before the fourth war.
I never liked Garrosh either. As for "our downfall", I don't see it, if anything its' stronger now with all the cancer cut out. I actually liked the idea of a council from the get go. I guess I must be some outlier weirdo, but i'm a hardcore Horde, have been since 1995, and I liked taking the Horde in a more noble direction and every time they try to slide in someone trying to taint it again, I don't much care for it. The council can only be a good thing, and Calia taking the forsaken into a less vicious direction can only be good for them too
As a Princess of Lorderon, her taking leadership makes sense. Whether she'd want to... I couldn't say. She'd be better trained to it that Lillian, who would make an amazing advisor. But either would be fine with me.A Hordie with multiple Forsaken. :)
Reading the comments i realize that alliance players are completely crazy OMEGALUL
I hope she brings some much needed Light to my fellow Forsaken. <3
maybe a council like dwarf?Calia-Derek- Lilian
Say what you will about the whole Calia leadership and Sylvie going full baddie bit, but... it DOES take the Forsaken back to their Vanilla roots a bit. A group that's been abandoned by their creator, viewed with suspicion by others among their own faction, a storied figure to cling their hopes to and gather around... Whether she actually tries to make them less spooky or not, it all helps reinforce them as a group a bit what with everything having been up in the air some. Given that the portals are gone and there's no need for trainers there now, I suspect they'll swap out the tents for some Forsaken models and move em into the Cleft of Shadow, so that the refugees have their own section of Orgrimmar, too.