Sylvanas got as much story time as the Worgen race. Don't know about the Stonetalon Mountains, never levelled through there on any or my characters. Andorhal, same thing, it's to balance out the land.
I took orders from Malfurion. Don't see me bitching about it. Wish they would redo his look though, he kind of looks like a giant chicken. >.>While taking the whole expansion orders from an Orc, the former Warchief of your enemy.
Some chapters focus more on some characters than others. It's part and parcel of story telling.Where were the Alliance racial leaders at that time in the story? non-existant
The balance in leveling zones is not true; the Horde has a bigger presence in more zones now on both continents. And again, it wouldn't have been nearly as grating if there'd been actual balance in storytelling. As it is, it's another straw on the camel's back.
It's also a total lie. He may not be Warchief anymore, but he still looks out for their interests. When Theramore was nuked, he couldn't be arsed to do something about it, despite the fact that Garrosh enslaved molten giants to do his bidding. But when Jaina enslaves water elementals to give Orgrimmar a permanent cleanup, suddenly he springs into action.
Earthen Ring my ass, he's still a Hordie. Just more hypocritical than most,
He only came in to stop jaina when he learned what actually happened. Prior to the battle he had no knowledge of molten giants or the mana bomb. Don't paint it in the wrong way.
Full cooperative when it came to helping end world destroying threats, Old Gods, Lich King, Deathwing ... etc
This is the other thing. Why all the faction leader hate? Especially from the faction that considers themselves the good guys; there sure is a lot of vemon coming from your camp.
Don't see the Horde players kicking up a fess over help Malfurion ...
The only leaders I personally had issues with were King Chin and New Jaina. King Chin was kind of an ass initially, but appears to be more reasonable now. Jaina just more or less lost her marbles, although she does seem to have calmed down somewhat recently.
What did Thrall ever do to you?
You could have realised that if you weren't so busy attacking me for correcting a daft, pointless argument that keeps popping up despite being flimsy at best.
Pretty sure this thread has now covered every tired ass lore argument that has ever existed.
"Terror, darkness, power? The Forsaken crave not these things; the Forsaken ARE these things."
We can count Tirion Fordring as an Alliance Hero
Akama and Maiev as Alliance Heroes.
Brann Bronzebeard as an Alliance hero
Most of the cenarion circle as Alliance heroes, including Malfurion.
So basically, most of Vanilla and TBC kinda just revolved around the Alliance Plus Blood Elves?
"What do you seek within the mountain?"
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Also I don't think Akama at that point in TBC would count as an alliance Hero, his forces of the ashtongue were sworn to Sillydan until we helped him Rebel. Although I would admit I don't know what he has done post TBC they may well be apart of the Alliance now.