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Tyrande notes that while Sylvanas is now showing remorse

As is evident in the voice lines It appears that the rulers of Azeroth are content with leaving it up to Sylvanas to Tyrande, the leader of the Night Elves. Sylvanas had, after all, did commit genocide in the face of the Night Elves by burning down their home, Teldrassil, and started an open war with the Alliance that was the primary driver of The game's Battle for Azeroth expansion. The murders that took place at Sylvanas' command was all in order to send more souls into the Jailer's hands and in his schemes. After all that, Tyrande is perhaps the most suitable person to carry out justice for what Sylvanas has done.

Tyrande notes that while Sylvanas is now showing remorse for her actions (thanks to a complicated story that involves her getting a portion of her soul back), there will be none of peace to the Banshee Queen given the crimes she's committed. Instead of a peaceful death or a prolonged execution, Tyrande seems to think of a different plan for Sylvanas.

"Below is an Maw," Tyrande tells Sylvanas. "Every soul lost in its depths, betrayed or condemned, it is your duty to be able to find and forward it to the arbiter. You'll be working under Dori'thur's watchful eye. This is how you can revive your victims."

Sylvanas appears to be accepting of her fate, saying "My actions were my own and I have accepted the consequences" and does not seek mercy. After multiple expansions that included her as one of the main antagonists , as well as committing horrendous crime that almost resulted in the destruction of all players of Azeroth, Sylvanas will be condemned to wander the darkness of the Maw, in search of the missing souls that she has sent to the Maw.

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Sagelucy 8 november 2022, 8:38
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