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Honest Trailer: Shadowlands (Fan-made)

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Shadowlands is getting close and closer and we have a nice little intro for it, as SoulSoBreezy takes the Honest Trailers format and runs with it! Hitting all the Shadowlands sweet spots, from borrowed power, to confronting Sylvanas, optimal build choices, the internal problems of each zone and more.

While the various mechanics of the expansion have proven to be quite controversial, as noted in the video, we still feel Sylvanas' ultimate fate (if we even get to it in this expansion) will be the main sticking point for fans, leaving Blizzard with a tricky choice: to redeem or not to redeem?

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6 hours ago, Dejo93 said:

I'm alright with everything so far as long as they don't give her a redemption arc

That would be retarded

I'd hate to see them kill of more and more of our beloved characters. Sure they did wrong with her story but if she ends up replacing the jailer just like Illidan vanished to keep Sargeras under control, I'd be fine with that. Better than killing her off for all future content.

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4 hours ago, Senou said:

I'd hate to see them kill of more and more of our beloved characters. Sure they did wrong with her story but if she ends up replacing the jailer just like Illidan vanished to keep Sargeras under control, I'd be fine with that. Better than killing her off for all future content.

There is a well built up hatred against sylvanas in the lore, so redemption would be rather stupid for her. The only thing I can think of as fitting end to her arc is encasing her into an immortal shell, unable to act, so she gets what she ultimately wanted since Cataclysm: eternal life. (A'la Kars) 

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