I wonder if there will be any major nonaligned troll tribes left if we destroy the Zandalari. We extinguished the Gurubashi and the Amani twice now and according to the WoW magazine the Drakari have all died.
The Zandalari seem to be the only somehow organized troll tribe that is left.
Is it possible that the Zandalari that followed Zul would be friendly to us?
PEPE SILVA, PEPE SILVA
there is no dana only zul? sorry i couldnt resist
Oh would you look at that another King ,who failed to see the threats ahead, just like Terenas and Anasterian.
He who sees his own doom can better avoid its path. He who sees the doom of others can deliver it.
WoW/Troll version of Atlantis. Powerful nation on a hard to reach island sinks beneath the waves? Atlantis much?
So what we can assume is Rasta is dead and Zul is in charge now.
If you truly believe that, Blizzard, show me you mean it. Because WoD didn't show me.As long as players are happy and enjoy the game, the team doesn't mind extreme peaks and valleys. They just want to ensure you have a great experience and feel like you got your money's worth.
where can you read this, in game? datamined from where?
WOW, i really wanna see how these fight goes, how will the zandalari end and if we will be able to see the destroyed island with parts of the city or the city underwater with, by that time, may be a naga stronghold .D
A Cataclysm causes a great city, presided over by a stubborn ruler who considers themselves a God, to slip into the sea. Sounds kind of familiar...
I wonder if he got any whispers on the way down too (if the whole island went down).
I like that they're basically saying Zul or the Zandalari aren't even bad guys, it makes a much more refreshing enemy. I hope we kill Rastakhan rather than Zul, striking a peace deal with the defeated Zandalari.
So the door is open for a flooded Zandalar and Naga everywhere.
[TFH]Rastakhan isn't dead, he's hiding in a Barrow in Hyjal with his nephew Malfurion[/TFH]
Their penchant for inaction is hard to miss!
Of course he was wrong, but it is not unlikely that the most rational zandalari didn't believe this, and the most superstitious followed Zul.
I kinda like the idea that there's a group of zandalari that didn't just flipped and tried to conquer the world back; their face heel turn was kinda sudden so having this information pleases me.
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Who knows though, I'm sure this is just the first bit of flesh on the bones of the new Zandalari story they're trying to tell and it would definitely be nice to see Rastakhan developed into something other than a crazy old King who thinks he's a god that we need go and thwack with a sword of two.
I think they're setting up the possibility of a break off faction from the Zandalar, like a set of outcasts who are loyal to the king and reject Zul's giant step back towards the old domination/hakkar worshipping lifestyle. Or at least that's what I hope.