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1-11-2008 @ 8:02PM
No, Illidan's bad.He has hooked up with Kel'thas and Vashji, both definiately evil characters, and he does look to kill anyone who tries to stop him. He's trying to make the world/save the world as he sees fit, but he's doing it in definitely evil ways. Tragic figure? Yes. Evil? Also yes.
1-11-2008 @ 8:36PM
Well, Kael'thas and Vashj aren't really evil or bad per se, either. The Naga are the more sinister of the outland baddies, with Aszhara's vanity and association with Sargeras, but rememeber, Sargeras used deceit and trickery. Think of him as the WoW version of Satan, the Father of Lies. As for the Blood Elves and Kael'thas, if you remember correctly, the once fought with the Alliance, and valiantly so. However, when Kael accepted help from the Naga, who were genuinely trying to help, a Human general, and all around paranoid psychopath named Grand Marshall Garithos arrested Kael and his people and imprisoned them in the dungeons of Dalaran. Illidan did what he felt was necessary to save his people, and he did actually save the Night Elves from certain destruction, as Tichondrius was just hanging out in what is now Felwood, decimating everything in his path. Illidan really didn't start to lose it until Malfurion banished him from the land and people he just saved. That's what triggered his drive for revenge. So, are all three evil? no. Persecution tends to make people a little nutty.
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