Calia’s coming in swinging the Light around. She has little to no connection to the realm of undeath besides the fact that she’s, y’know, recently undead. Voss, similarly, is a rogue based more on the Void.
The original eight races were the playable races of the WC3 human and orc races with Night Elves and Undead repping their own playable races. And also gnomes are there. The Forsaken weren’t just zombies, they also had abominations, banshees, slime, zombie horses, apothecaries, meat wagons, rot, blight and a big ol’ underground necropolis complete with a ziggurat.
Calia and Voss, meanwhile, are separated from all of that. Whereas the original Forsaken was a part of the Scourge that rebelled, and whereas Night Elves maintain their ties to dryads, moonwells, moon priestesses, ancients and nature, Forsaken are at an odd crossroads where they could suddenly drift away from their original WC3 roots entirely.
Is this possible? How would Voss and especially Calia be connected to the more dark and spooky aesthetics that the race has been known for for 18 years now?