So what's next in WoW? This was the final boss right, and they haven't announced a new expansion?
I think varian has 3 fingers and 1 thumb. Thrall has a normal human hand (aside from being green).
Watched it a few times and it's bugging me now...
Varian reminds me a lot of someone from DBZ, can't really say it's one character or another, but kinda leaning towards Vegeta. Not entirely sure if it's because of the spiky hair of the dramatic super serious voicing (which is to obviously be expected, but still).
These were good cinematics to reveal Vol'jin. He is definitely the right leader for the Horde at this juncture.
Jaina is breaking bad in the Alliance version. She's quickly becoming the Alliance equal to Sylvannas.
They really need to slap Warrior T2 onto Baine to make him look something
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Thrall had full right to act like that after what Garrosh have done, Garrosh killed Cairne(with help from the grimtotem tho), nearly destroyed the Horde, Thrall new during cata what big mistake he did by making Garrosh warchief, and wast any wrong Taran zu either, he also have full right to act like he did, sounds more like you are a alliance fanboy.
loved both Cinematics.
For The Horde
Wrynn was badass.
Jaina's look has been updated again and she is hot! hot! hot! If I was Wrynn, I'd do her good.
As for Vol'jin, he's meh...
Hmmm...why is Garrosh de-Old-God-ified? He was hulked before, purple n damn huge eyes everywhere. Thrall cleansed him?
Oh yeah, Thrall looked badass too, that's at least one thing I liked about the Horde side of the vids...too many people who have never played wc3 talk too much crap saying he's a wuzz.
What will Garrosh do now, learn humility, kung fu n then roundhouse kick Sargeras in the face?
Rexxar for Warchief!
Didn't think I could dislike Thrall anymore than I already did.....until this cinematic.
And I'm an Alliance fanboy who plays nothing but Horde characters and thinks Varian is a douchebag? Wow, I had no idea. Thanks for letting me know, Einstein.
Not surprising since you're the 11 year old demographic they write for.loved both Cinematics.
I get the whole 'tempered in the crucible of war' schtick, but how about .. i dunno ... co-operation? Just saying.
It's been interesting to follow the Horde vs Alliance story and it's nice that Jaina has come to her senses and if they would have just removed the pandas and the asian theme from this expansion I would probably have played it.
Voljin was named the leader of the horde in the cinematic he was never called the warchief it may be that he will go by his original title but I may be wrong.
I think it fits the way Orcs do live.
"You have brought disgrace to Durotar, Burx. You have caused the dishonorable deaths of orc and troll and human warrior alike. This blight can only be eliminated by your death. As Warchief, it is my solemn duty to carry out that sentence." –Thrall's Final Words to Burx
* from wowpedia.org
I just feel sad after this cinematic, sad ebcause of Garrosh, we had alot of potential, and they really need to make him a ¨crazy evil evil monster¨
I hope for a redemption, killing main antagonist is not always good (Illidan even Arthas for all evil things he has done), people like those two, now Arthas,he's dead, alot of people are just not interested in warcraft anymore
Lol, when everyone was bowing to Vol'jin, Sylvannas was like, "Whatevs. So bored."
Alliance looks so plain and dull.
Horde looks eclectic and awesome.
That is all.
I laughed when varian said he would end the horde. Hasn't he been trying that for years and has only been getting his butt kicked aka Theramore. lol
The Siege of Durnholde
The next morning, Thrall's army surrounded the keep. As planned, Thrall attempted to parlay but when Blackmoore appeared on the parapet to speak with him it was immediately clear that he was sloshed to the gills, having drunk himself into a near-stupor. Thrall told Blackmoore that he wished for the rest of the imprisoned orcs to be freed and that he hoped bloodshed would not be necessary. He went on to say that they only wanted freedom and that they would leave the Alliance alone after they had it. But Blackmoore wasn't listening. Alternating between amusement, anger and grief (he honestly could not understand how Thrall could be so ungrateful after he had "given him everything"), Blackmoore began screaming his plans to everyone in earshot - his intent to use Thrall to take over the Alliance and become lord of all humans. When told once more to negotiate or die, Blackmoore answered Thrall by throwing the severed head of his dear friend, Taretha Foxton, from the castle wall to land at his feet.
Blackmoore may have intended to break Thrall's spirit with this gesture, but much like when Orgrim Doomhammer killed Anduin Lothar to discourage the human forces, it had the complete opposite effect. It was too much for Thrall to take, and along with his profound grief at Taretha's fate came an elemental fury. The time for talk was over. He ordered his forces to attack and used the shamanistic magic he had learned against the defenders as well. Blackmoore retreated into the fortress, but Thrall tracked him down, engaging him in single combat. At first, Thrall allowed Blackmoore a fighting chance - the fight seemed to revitalize him, and he was able to hold his own against the raging Warchief. Blackmoore tried to explain, tried to convince Thrall to aid him, but Thrall filled with rage at remembering what Blackmoore had done to Taretha. Throwing his full strength into his attack, Thrall disarmed Blackmoore and forced him against a wall. Blackmoore attempted to make the best of it by drawing a dagger from his boot and slicing it across Thrall's face, narrowly missing his right eye. The Warchief sliced his massive sword down into the body of the master of Durnholde, forcing him to the ground. However, before life left the dying Blackmoore, he managed to say "You are... what I made you... I am so proud..." It is one of the great ironies of history that Blackmoore - intending to raise the orcs as an army to dominate the Alliance - had in fact paved the way for the restoration and revitalization of the Horde by raising Thrall.
After Durnholde's surrender, Thrall allowed the survivors and their families to go free. Calling upon the Spirit of the Earth, Thrall leveled Durnholde and buried Aedelas Blackmoore beneath the rubble of his own fortress.