True, honestly although I’m a massive Goblin fan my main gripe has been the treatment which the Night Elves have been getting as of late. Not only was Auberdine destroyed in the Cataclysm, but now Lor’danel and Teldrassil as well? I think it’s getting a bit out of hand by this point as the Night Elves have lost two iconic zones.
Ideally I would see the now more Alliance leaning Cenarion Circle allow the Night Elves to build a new city upon a rejuvenated Mount Hyjal with the help of the Draenei and Worgen. The Night Elves would then push out to control Winterspring, Felwood and parts of Ashenvale such as Astranaar again, likely building a sentinel keep where Hellscreams Overlook used to stand.
In Azshara the Night Elves would be using the Furbolg tunnels to build a new outpost and harass Goblin operations in Azshara.
Meanwhile in Darkshore, Bashal’aran would ultimately fall into the hands of the Night Elves, and they’d use it as a fortress from which they’d protect a reconstructed Auberdine which is once again a major Night Elf port town where the residents continue to protect their homes with their lives as they did before.
However there must be some take as well for the Horde in Kalimdor as the ideas IS that the Horde have destroyed Teldrassil and are now contesting Ashenvale and once fully Alliance controlled Darkshore. Therefore in Darkshore Lor’danel will have been torn down and Ashwood Depot would expand to become a Horde port from which the Horde sustains their efforts in shipping lumber from Darkshore and protecting the Shatterspear Trolls from further Night Elf assaults.
In Azshara the Horde will have stomped out Talendris Point and turned it into a Goblin outpost, building a sturdier bridge over the Southfury River. Forest Song has been overrun and the Nightborne have set up a research post there and Silverwind Refuge has been fully turned into a Horde outpost. Stardust Spire has also fallen allowing the Horde to build a highway which allows them to carry resources from Azshara to Stonetalon through Ashenvale.