Because if you read anything about the resurrection of a Forsaken compared to Sylvanas, you'd know that there is a big difference.
Sylvanas was raised in a way that would cause eternal agony. My Forsaken character doesn't feel like that at all.
Those quotes should explain enough, that's now how the Forsaken feel.
And still she feels shocked, that's more than just seeing them as tools.
You mean the part where she cried?But as I continue to mention in the same part of the story we dip into her stating she doesn't care for their fate.
Yeah, I do that all the time.. Crying about people I don't care about.
No, the point is that I keep providing sources that indicate she cares and you keep on going "I disagree, because the mentally unstable woman says she doesn't give a shit and we should always believe people like that on their word!"The reason this is getting annoying for myself is that you are providing sources that don't indicate she actually cares for them as a people, meanwhile the paragraph I keep referring specifically says that she doesn't care.
That's because it's almost impossible to fake a 'sudden shock'.So even if you were to believe what you've quoted as showing she cares (Which is doesn't) it directly conflicts with a later quote, of which you cannot argue in it's context because it's pretty clear. So at this point we have ourselves a horribly written character who contradicts herself in less than a minute.
She gets confronted with something, she is shocked, can't believe it and feels furious.
Ten minutes later, they ask her to go back and she cries that she doesn't care.
Three guesses to what respond is genuine.
It's my job, so I encounter people like that every week.Myself, up until recently.
That's because I am not going to analyse what she says when she feels emotionally down, but on how she reacts when there is a sudden confrontation.Again with this. If what you're saying is truly the case then everything in the story isn't true, which as I said you must know to be hogwash, as otherwise all we have are the emotional ramblings of an Undead Elf. You cannot be serious. It's also great that you can apply the "but she's emotional" card on my arguments and quotes, but not your own.
Yes, it can't get much clearer."She cared nothing for their fate.
"Let them perish!" Sylvanas cried. "I am finished with them!""
You can't get much clearer than that.
She cried it! She doesn't calmly say it, like a person would if they really didn't care, she cries it.
If denial, panic, curiosity and anger don't hint at "caring", than you are really bad at spotting emotions.. Sorry.None of your quotes even hint at her caring for them as a people, meanwhile this completely says that she doesn't.