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11-01-2007 @ 11:04AM
@16 No, Uther was not holier than thou at all. He was actually simply good. He didn't attack and kill things for existing, he fought to DEFEND against Evil. Even when Arthras showed to claim his father's ashes, Uther still tried to reason with him, even after Strathholme. A Holier than thou sort would have just laied into Arthras, as soon as he presented himself.He held him and those who followed him to a high standard. You can even see this in how Tirion remained in personal exile after Uther's proclamation, most of the other lore related characters didn't care what others told them to do. He knew he was ultimately wrong in what he chose to do even if his reasons were right. And that type of thinking came from Uther.If Uther hadn't let himself be lost so easily to Arthras, he might have well seen the plague lands cleared, instead of the unrelenting miasma it still is today.
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