I have a question. Did Dalaran after the horde get kicked out, show this in the persistent world version of Dalaran in MoP?
---------- Post added 2012-12-16 at 03:28 AM ----------
Why did Malfion allow the horde to steal the bell?
Paladins are Cool Now?
What happen to Kalgan?
2. What? What makes you think he 'allowed' the Horde to steal the bell? They just snuck in and stole it using sneaky magic and portals from and to Dalaran.
When you zoom-out your map during the purge it shows Westfall so it's probably going there...
If that city floats anywhere near orgrimmar then i hope the goblins use that huge friggin cannon to shoot it down (unless the damn thing blows up lol)
One can dream .
the Hillsbrad crater is a helluva lot closer to UC than Theramore was to Orgrimmar. And, as "Tides of War" demonstrated, at least on Kalimdor, there are obstacles a Horde assault would have to clear to lay siege. In Hillsbrad, there is just Dalaran surrounded by enemies in all directions.
Not for nothing, but Hillsbrad is hardly worth the effort anymore. Hillsbrad and Southshore have been wiped from the map, and it wouldn't be unfair to suggest the entire zone has replaced the recovery in WPL and EPL as the new craphole in Lordaeron. It's not the home Dalaran left, it's not even a fixer-upper opportunity for them.
While I doubted Dalaran would take place in such an attack in the first place, I kinda feel Blizzard would be doing a bit of a disservice if they pretended there was no war on the EK's, especially after all of Sylvanas psycho bitch tactics.
Dalaran and Kirin Tor will be the 3rd faction - There is an Operation Shieldwall quest indicating that the mages of all races will unite to build something neutral against horde vs. alliance. Seems their leader will bei Jaina.
also: lore states that the lich king was holding himself from taking over the world for some reason. the scourge could have destroyed dalaran, the eastern kingdoms, kalimdor and whatever else it could find. no one knows for sure why, but the lich king simply decided not to try too hard.
---------- Post added 2012-12-16 at 02:52 PM ----------
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The Forsaken have a limited ammount of troops and the Valkyrs are dwindling fast, also they can ressurect only so many new forsaken at a time. The Forsaken still have Gilneas to worry about, they afterall never managed to take it and in the end it was pretty much a stale mate, there's still the Stormpikes in hillsbrad foothills and Arathor right next door and the Dwarves in the Hinterlands alongside the other Dwarves not being to far away either.
And all of that isn't even taking the Argent Dawn into account who if not for the plot armor of the Forsaken should be all over them by now. Sylvanas position isn't anywhere as strong as people try to make it out to be. The Horde is still completly outnumbered in the eastern kingdoms, it was even stated that her prospects if the Alliance would mount an full scale attack would be fairly bad unless she got massive support from the Horde, very unlikely if the Horde really is to lose his war.