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Attention: The following contains spoilers for the current ending of Sanctum of Domination. If you don't want to know, better read away. And I wish you well in avoiding further spoilers. Sylvanas in the Sanctum of Domination Source: Blizzard
Just with the release of the new WoW raid Sanctum of Domination, the developers and storytellers at Blizzard have struck another nerve. In the raid's end cinematic, it's been revealed where the journey is headed for the Dungeon Master and Anduin, and that Sylvanas is somewhat left behind as "the dumbest person in Azeroth." Her fate is left to Bolvar, Jaina, and Thrall.
This development has been apparent before, if you were a fan willing to consume other Blizzard media - or if you listened carefully to our Lorequeen Tanja. The end cinematic from the Sanctum stirred up plenty of emotions. Positive ones, negative ones, in many cases eye-rolling because Sylvanas actually looks a bit silly. People making fun of it, of what happened there. It's all good. But ...
also bad that James Waugh has to tweet, "This has happened to me several times over the years and it has always driven me insane and saddened me in terms of humanity. "
In all clarity, these people are doing a job and they want to stir emotions, right. But there's no reason to go after their lives, not even to send them a threatening message in jest. I don't think anyone in our buffed community would do such a thing. And if they did: engage your brain first and then deal with any emotions sensibly.Support buffed - it only takes a minute. Thank you!
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