Warning: Spoilers for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth ahead.
“We both have blood on both our hands.”
“He protec, he attac” — but most importantly, Green Jesus is back (flexing a brand-new, tribalistic character model/armor to boot). “Crossroads” reveals some narrative elements that aren’t yet available to players, but the basic gist of the conversation between Thrall and Jaina Proudmooore revolves around past mistakes, the future direction of the Horde and fortifying Thunder Bluff to prevent Sylvanas Windrunner from burning it to the ground like she did Teldrassil.
What do you think of the latest World of Warcraft cinematic? Has Sylvanas become a Garrosh Hellscream 2.0 or is there still some vestige of redemption to be found in her? Let us know in the comments.
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