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1-11-2008 @ 8:27PM
Keal'thas wasent that evil when he hooked up with Illidan, and I dont really think of Vashj as evil, I mean shes an enemy (all nagas are..) but thats all. Illidan is kind of do bad/do gooder. It goes back and forth. But I mean come on, he saved Tyrande and then freed Outland from its evil emperor thats to take in mind.Yeah so he made a deal with Kil'jeaden, hes selfish.And Maiev is a jerk, he was held in a fricking cell for 10'000years and then officaly freed from his crimes by Malfurion. But that bitch is still after him. She is a pretty big Bitch, shes an interessting character, but not someone I would ally up with my self :p
1-11-2008 @ 8:36PM
Its Outland, you eigther Play rough or dont play at all ;DHe doesnt "enslave" Broken per say, in tft they plegde alligance to him, its not really his fault that they are to lazy to do some heavy lifting, they owe him that much.and he dosent really have any time to think of "morals" he and his Illidari force is the only thing between the Legion and Outland, And if the legion got outland, they've would also get the dark portal, witch means another invasion.I really belived that Maiev would understand that during the Boss fight and then like go off to tell Malfurion to close the Dark Portal, but when Nirthium came and killed my dreams :(
1-11-2008 @ 9:23PM
Broken, though, are not of their right minds often. They've been cursed by some god awful plague, and twisted, and even their brethren (the Draenei) say they've been cut off from the light (this is an attitude that is slowly changing amung the Azerothian Draenei especially). It's like limiting morphine to a person in pain, unless they follow you.
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