Chapters of War Datamined Quests and Dialogue – Alliance in Zandalar and Horde in Kul Tiras



Comment by perculia

on 2018-03-11T13:23:35-05:00

This isn’t related to the point of the article but I love how the Nightborne have repurposed the constructs to hold palm leaves.

Comment by Tmato

on 2018-03-11T13:28:19-05:00

Escort Gallywix into Alliance territory?How could it go wrong?

Comment by Tmato

on 2018-03-11T13:29:46-05:00

This isn’t related to the point of the article but I love how the Nightborne have repurposed the constructs to hold palm leaves.

Construtcs and the never ending purposes

Comment by ilijamaslovar

on 2018-03-11T13:29:51-05:00

lol, stupid alliance befriending servants of the Old Gods. Who are the bad guys now, huh? 😀

Comment by Tmato

on 2018-03-11T13:30:57-05:00

lol, stupid alliance befriending servants of the Old Gods. Who are the bad guys now, huh? 😀

They might even given it more power and them the Horde needs to go there and clean the mess

Comment by RyuFlameheart

on 2018-03-11T13:31:50-05:00

lol, stupid alliance befriending servants of the Old Gods. Who are the bad guys now, huh? 😀

To be fair. I doubt they knew at the time.

Comment by AlakeiThancan

on 2018-03-11T13:45:07-05:00

There is a Dark Iron camp

Well that seems to confirm Dark Iron dwarves are coming in the prepatch, if they’re already in the Alliance by the time we start the campaign, doesn’t it?

PS : Maybe it’s just wishful thinking on my part, but I’d bet we’ll have Dark Iron/Mag’har in the prepatch, and Zandalari/Kul’tiran human at the end on the leveling campaign. It would make sense for three reasons : first off, they need a reason for players to keep playing the game during the prepatch, and leveling an alt would be a perfect solution for them. Second, the assets for dark iron dwarves and orcs are all set (only thing lacking to my knowledge is their tabard and the Dark Iron mount), which would be weird if they were planning on releasing them in 8.1, which would mean minimum in december/january, and third, it would simply make sense that each faction goes to a faction of past content (Draenor/BC for Horde, Vanilla for Alliance) to get allies before the release of the expansion. Would be weird to invade a new place and have our leaders go “Oh wait, let’s go back to this other planet that we left four years ago and bring back some allies now that we’re in the middle of a fight”.

Comment by Ghouls

on 2018-03-11T13:46:52-05:00

lol, stupid alliance befriending servants of the Old Gods. Who are the bad guys now, huh? 😀

They might even given it more power and them the Horde needs to go there and clean the mess

Wouldn’t be the first time the Horde had to clean up the Alliance’s mess. Remember the Everbloom?

Comment by perculia

on 2018-03-11T13:47:59-05:00

There is a Dark Iron camp

Well that seems to confirm Dark Iron dwarves are coming in the prepatch, if they’re already in the Alliance by the time we start the campaign, doesn’t it?

It could help introduce their story but not necessarily mean they are playable. We interact with a lot of Zandalari in Zuldazar but they aren’t Allied Races yet.

Comment by Megoover

on 2018-03-11T13:52:58-05:00

All those new hq models and… that plane, one of the oldest models in the game, same ammount of polygons as old praire dog.

Comment by AlakeiThancan

on 2018-03-11T13:54:08-05:00

It could help introduce their story but not necessarily mean they are playable. We interact with a lot of Zandalari in Zuldazar but they aren’t Allied Races yet.

I disagree. Sure, we see a lot of Zandalari … In Zuldazar. That’s where they live. Of course we interact with them. The Dark Iron have (to my knowledge) absolutely nothing to do with Zuldazar, do they? It indicates to me that they’re sent there by Moira as part of the Alliance.

Comment by AlakeiThancan

on 2018-03-11T13:57:41-05:00

Wouldn’t be the first time the Horde had to clean up the Alliance’s mess. Remember the Everbloom?

Remember Garrosh?

Comment by Mightylorddk

on 2018-03-11T14:01:05-05:00

So the Alliance are befriending with servants of old gods now? Just because they are “enemy of my enemy”. But they don’t know they are servants of the old gods. Typical alliance point of view. I am glad that story writers always reflect the alliance playerbase’ mentality into the game.

Comment by Mightylorddk

on 2018-03-11T14:04:27-05:00

Wouldn’t be the first time the Horde had to clean up the Alliance’s mess. Remember the Everbloom?

Remember Garrosh?

Yes Garrosh, former warchief of the horde who went over his line and then stopped Voljin. Alliance, joined with their effort at the very end. Its clear you’ve only done SoO with an alliance toon only that’s why you’re believing you was the savior against Garrosh.

Comment by AlakeiThancan

on 2018-03-11T14:06:47-05:00

Wouldn’t be the first time the Horde had to clean up the Alliance’s mess. Remember the Everbloom?

Remember Garrosh?

Yes Garrosh, former warchief of the horde who went over his line and then stopped Voljin. Alliance, joined with their effort at the very end. Its clear you’ve only done SoO with an alliance toon only that’s why you’re believing you was the savior against Garrosh.

I main Horde …. I just understand it’s a video game, that both factions have done good and bad things.

Comment by RogueRequest

on 2018-03-11T14:11:37-05:00

Wouldn’t be the first time the Horde had to clean up the Alliance’s mess. Remember the Everbloom?

Remember Garrosh?

Yes Garrosh, former warchief of the horde who went over his line and then stopped Voljin. Alliance, joined with their effort at the very end. Its clear you’ve only done SoO with an alliance toon only that’s why you’re believing you was the savior against Garrosh.

The game is basically built around seeing things from the side of your faction alone. If you could see things from both side there wouldn’t be any conflict. So, in my Alliance toons opinion the Alliance game to save the day, and that’s all that really matters.

Comment by Mightylorddk

on 2018-03-11T14:21:53-05:00

Wouldn’t be the first time the Horde had to clean up the Alliance’s mess. Remember the Everbloom?

Remember Garrosh?

Yes Garrosh, former warchief of the horde who went over his line and then stopped Voljin. Alliance, joined with their effort at the very end. Its clear you’ve only done SoO with an alliance toon only that’s why you’re believing you was the savior against Garrosh.

The game is basically built around seeing things from the side of your faction alone. If you could see things from both side there wouldn’t be any conflict. So, in my Alliance toons opinion the Alliance game to save the day, and that’s all that really matters.

I’ve done escalation with alliance side at all. They didn’t saved the world from Garrosh. varian sent us to join with Voljin, it was clearly stated. Since the topic is Garrosh here, so you are wrong if you say Alliance cleaned up mess created by Garrosh. Alliance simply joined with Voljin’s rebellion.

Comment by LyssaWoW

on 2018-03-11T14:40:16-05:00

There is a Dark Iron camp

Well that seems to confirm Dark Iron dwarves are coming in the prepatch, if they’re already in the Alliance by the time we start the campaign, doesn’t it?

I thought it was said way back when they were revealed that they would only be playable after completing actual BfA expansion content, maybe not until one of your characters reaches 120? At least that’s what I understood about Zandalari trolls, which are basically the Horde counterpart.

Comment by Yoco

on 2018-03-11T14:41:16-05:00

There is a Dark Iron camp

Well that seems to confirm Dark Iron dwarves are coming in the prepatch, if they’re already in the Alliance by the time we start the campaign, doesn’t it?
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Dark Iron clan is in the Alliance since Cataclysm. They’ll just become playable with the expansion (though I can’t discard the DI dwarves becoming playable during pre-patch along with the Ma’ghar, it seems far-fetched to me, since it’d be a weird marketing strategy to release them weeks before the expansion and not with the rest of Allied Races)

Comment by tboss2447

on 2018-03-11T14:47:37-05:00

Wouldn’t be the first time the Horde had to clean up the Alliance’s mess. Remember the Everbloom?

Remember Garrosh?

Yes Garrosh, former warchief of the horde who went over his line and then stopped Voljin. Alliance, joined with their effort at the very end. Its clear you’ve only done SoO with an alliance toon only that’s why you’re believing you was the savior against Garrosh.

The game is basically built around seeing things from the side of your faction alone. If you could see things from both side there wouldn’t be any conflict. So, in my Alliance toons opinion the Alliance game to save the day, and that’s all that really matters.

I’ve done escalation with alliance side at all. They didn’t saved the world from Garrosh. varian sent us to join with Voljin, it was clearly stated. Since the topic is Garrosh here, so you are wrong if you say Alliance cleaned up mess created by Garrosh. Alliance simply joined with Voljin’s rebellion. and i saw how far his rebellion got, he couldn’t even get past the gate until the player came to bail him out. and if you play alliance then by that point of view the alliance took care of business where the rebellion failed



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