BambooDewFeatured By OwnerMay 27, 2013Student Digital Artist
Never noticed - although you could take Sylvanas out of the image... pretty much yeah. She's not that much of a bad guy, just pissed at the Scourge and humans for being f*cked over, like all the other Forsaken. Her intents are still somewhat... noble.
Anyhow, I think the gender issue is probably just random. Either that, or there's actually some hokey pokey culture things that make that sort of character more compelling.
Something that DOES sort of annoy me though with their recent work in WoW was the ending of Cataclysm... Dragons were supposed to be the ultimate guardians of the world. Now they're rendered obsolete. From a larger perspective, nothing matters anymore - story-wise at least. ...Still love MoP though. I just think they f*cked the lore with the ending of Cata.
Spoiler for those who haven't played Heart of the Swarm.
After the Xel Naga artifact deinfests her (mostly), she regains who she formally was before the Queen of Blades. After thinking Raynor is dead she retakes control of the swarm to kill Mengsk, which she does in the end. She also understands that she must stop the destruction of the galaxy from the return of the xel naga.
I still think that in Warcraft III, the Human Alliance, Orcish Horde and Night Elf Sentinels have joined forces to defeat the forces of evil. But in World of Warcraft, what's with the Alliance and the Horde, are their allies or enemies?
The Horde and Alliance are enemies. But every once in a while, they set aside their hatred for each other to come together to defeat something so evil that the world (Azeroth) would be destroyed, or taken over etc. if they did not.
Otherwise, they are total enemies and treat each other as such.
The terrans converged on Char. Mengsk ordered Duke to investigate, while Raynor followed in person at the head of Raynor's Raiders to attempt a rescue. The zerg repelled both in turn. Kerrigan emerged from her chrysalis as the Raiders attacked. She adopted the title "Queen of Blades" and helped push the terrans back. Kerrigan confronted a defeated Raynor and allowed him to leave. The Queen of Blades was not a separate entity within Kerrigan. However, the Queen could be considered Kerrigan under the influence of some devastating forces, such as zerg mutation. The prior ghost conditioning continued to limit Kerrigan's psionic potential. To break it she raided the terran science vessel Amerigo in Char orbit for Ghost Program information. Zasz, a senior cerebrate, was dismayed by the initiative and self-aggrandizement displayed by the Swarm's newest power. Kerrigan quickly developed a dislike for the cerebrate. The Overmind consoled Zasz by revealing Kerrigan's personality was as intended.