02/07/2013 04:23 PM You can do that in a time of peace. In a time of war, Cbredbeard, you do not have the time to conduct a months long investigation. You need to deal with it -now-. Not one or two months down the road. But as soon as possible. For some reason you seem to think that she should have taken the time out to conduct the investigation with an organization that held tentative ties to the faction that was currently engaging in a world wide war of brutal conquest.
Posted by Kynrind
Dalaran was not at war and Jania herself not more than a few days ago claimed how important it was that Dalaran not pick sides in the world. She tossed all that aside at the barest hint of betrayal by as few as one person from inside Dalaran.
Jaina had all of the Sunreavers rounded up to be held in a secure prison and to be interrogated so they could find out who did in fact support and was sympathetic to the Horde.
Which didn't win her any friends.
We know via meta information that Jaina was not the culprit. To suggest she should be a suspect is idiotic. As far as I know, the only portals that were allowed in were ones from Alliance cities or from Dalaran, and she found the portal that the thieves used. It had been routed through Dalaran to bypass the wards she had set up. This means there was Sunreaver help since it had to go to Dalaran then refocused to Darnassus.
Jania is a suspect because she could have pulled it off. Consider the magical nature of the incident. Not very many people could have carried out what had happened.
What's more, they carried the bell OUT of Darnassus and then portaled away. Suffice to say, if they could have carried it that far, they could have gone even further.
You seem to be very determined to paint Jaina as the villain here and give the Sunreavers and even the Horde a pass at everything. This for example:
It's intentional. Blizzard is doing everything it can to minimize fallout from the war. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the Horde itself. The only one responsible for anything is Garrosh and his entorage of faceless nobodies. The Horde in it's entirety is willingly engaging in this war. The blame for it should not fall just on Garrosh and his goons, but on every race since until recently every race supported it fully. The Horde armies are in near full support of it.
Jania was acting like a villian and the Sunreavers as a whole are not obviously at fault.
And what I meant there was that Blizzard really is doing everything it can to make Garrosh the badguy and not anyone else (except Jania). We certainly won't be seeing any other notable Horde figures taking the fall with him.
Martial law has probably been enacted now. Jaina had set up a lot of traps and such. When you do the scenario, she makes mention that she has already caught and stopped dozens of attempted entries to steal the Bell. After it was stolen, why should she put up yet more traps to try and catch any traitor Sunreavers when she can kick out the entire organization or take them all into custody. Aethus had his chance to leave peacefully. He blew it.
Traps to catch intruders. Not ones specifically designed to catch a Sunreaver agent. One way of narrowing a list of suspects is to give them the oppurtunity to implicate themselves by setting up bait.
And the martial law jania has implimented is completely one sided and aimed at one segment of the popuuance, when a Convenant member could have very well participated in what happened.