All Jaina Proudmoore Cinematics - Battle for Azeroth! (Spoilers)
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World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is the upcoming seventh expansion set in the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) World of Warcraft, following Legion. It was announced at BlizzCon 2017 on November 3, 2017. It became available for preorder on January 30, 2018, and will be released on or before September 21, 2018.
The expansion will raise the level cap from 110 to 120, introduce the Kul Tiras and Zandalar continents, add dungeons and raids, add warfronts (20-player PvE mode against opposite faction NPCs), add uncharted islands, and introduce three allied races for each the Alliance and the Horde.
Head to the frontlines and take part in a large-scale 20-player cooperative Warfront to claim a key strategic location. Build up your faction’s forces, lead the charge as your troops lay siege to the objective, and battle the enemy commanders as they make their last stand in this new PvE mode inspired by classic Warcraft RTS battles.
For everyone saying they shouldve used the old blonde model for jaina in the "memories" they shouldnt. Cause theyre not memories, remember this is a realm of torment. They arent memories. Shes reliving them all one after another in her head, its like its happening allover again. THATS why they used the new model.
LeystTV it’s not just that, she never truly attempted to reach out to him; she just turned away from him knowing that will only make things worse given they’ve known each other since childhood. Arthas is a quite complex character; thanks to his father he always felt like he had to prove himself to him, to his kingdom, to everyone. He felt bested by Varian as well, despite them being friends, and was kinda jealous of him. Jains knee Arthas has inferiority complex, and she knew how her turning back on him would affect him... later on she dared saying she’s no Arthas during Garrosh’s trial. Bitch, please, you were one of the two main reasons of what happened to him. Second reason was his father and his attitude toward Arthas
For WoW storytelling this is actually rather good....but compared to Warcraft III? please....thats why we need Warcraft IV, cause it could have so much more deeper and more complex storytelling than WoW ever could....much of Jaina's past and the events that took place to shape her character happened there in first place.
Agreed....shame she doesnt look this good in previous expansions, talk about something that would also need to be remastered....
Oh well, I hope that if there is ever going to be Warcraft IV, that we would get retold/rewritten events of WoW there with cutscenes that would look atleast this good/even better, with lots more CGI cutscenes as well...which brings me to the question, I dont think we have ever seen Jaina in CGI trailer/cinematic during 14 years of WoW have we?...then again some goes for Thrall for example...
Like I said we need that Warcraft IV and we need it to continue from Warcraft III: TFT and offer superior version of storytelling and cutscenes that we got with WoW. But to Blizzard's credit, Im surprised how well they managed to create these cutscenes....then again when they dont use pre-rendered cutscenes like this, the animation/mouth movements of in-game cutscenes are rather bad....and thats where the game engine is really showing its age.
Well Im not fan of bringing them characters back alive if they have already killed them, period....like they did with Illidan....
So that is why Im talking about retcon changes in alternative timeline, if they ever decide to do them, but me and other Warcraft RTS would perfectly settle for story that just retells the events of WoW in better way, as many of us have no intention/time to play WoW and all its expansions...
Anyhow the only way they could bring Arthas (and Uther) back is in some sort of form of Light, like the Kure are creatures born out of Light (in my understanding) that way they could add some bittersweet moments between Arthas and Jaina, as Arthas could be there to atone for his sins,kind of like Medivh was in Warcraft III, without actually brining him back for good.
+Balnazzardi I dont want them to change Arthasis story. His death is a huge part of his and Jainas story. I just hope that they will in some way, for some reason bring him back to live. Alive or as a ghost, dont really care just want him and Jaina back together. Would be an amazing twist as him somehow coming back to live would most definetley forced Sylvanas to try and kill him making her slopy and giving Saurfang a room to retake the Horde for himself. I just see Arthas as a key part to all the stories Warcraft and Wow has told so far. He is connected to pretty much all of it. Sylvanas may want to wage a war at life it self but dont tell that she would let an oportunity to capture and punish Arthas if he somehow came back, slip away?
@Petr Galko well you could always hope (although its very unlikely to happen) that Warcraft IV would one day retcon itself from World of Warcraft more or less and retell the events in different way....although the death of Arthas adds more tragic to his story, so thats one thing why I wouldnt exactly want him to be return alive, but I kind of wish WC IV would change somethings, like add one bittersweet moment between him and Jaina after Frostmourne is destroyed and his soul is set free. One thing is for sure WC IV could tell these events in so much more better and deeper way than WoW ever could
Well you might see some extra lore added to Jaina and Arthas cutscenes in Warcraft III: Reforged...ofc thats not gonna help you much when you know that there is going to be the moment that Jaina will later regret for the rest of her life for not trying harder to stop him.
This drama is cool and all but I hate the excuse that a mage that can lift a freaking ship in the sky can't knock out a normal human or make them shut up. Jaina should have had the power to stop her father and at least take him under her protection.
I am not trying to be a flamer but I dislike this victimhood mentality that Blizzard is putting on their main female characters.
Ex. Kerrigan in Starcraft blamed her war crimes on Mangsck even when she got deinfested. And now Jaina, the world's most powerful mage failed to stop her father from dying because... he told her so?
This misdirection of responsibility is annoying.
I can't believe some of the allys are actually complaining about the Horde quests being more interesting, I've only ever played horde but I've been singing daughter of the sea so much my neighbors must know the words by now.. Jaina is pretty awesome.
It seems hope has returned... with you!
*My mage who has killed Gorak'tul thrice, Liberated stormsong valley and prevented pirate attacks all over Tirigarde sound AS WELL AS saved Jaina and Kathrine standing somewhere beside the two* 'Well hi there, my name isn't exactly hope, but I'm glad to be acknowledged...
So alliance get the cool heart warming storyline with Jaina bringing hope... and we get Garrosh 2.0 (Sylvanas) on a murdering streak, burning innocent ppl in the tree and plaguing her own people to KILL all hope..... wow blizzard thank you for making us horde feel proud and good while playing.
all I can say is I'm hoping this means that Jaina might finally start reverting to her old self because it seems we find out the reason she's been so hostile is because every choice she made ended up slapping her in the face ......abandoning Arthas at Stratholme.......stopping King Wyrnn from taking out the horde ......letting the horde kill her father ......it seems she's finally ready to forgive herself although if she's grand admiral I wonder if she'll stay in Kul'Tiras at the end of the expansion
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