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6-01-2008 @ 7:07PM
Easy;Old Hatreds die hard.Most of the Alliance, which didn't take part in the Hyjal war, still see the orcs as the savages that destroyed their homes, killed their kinsmen, and ravaged their women. The orcs see humans as the people that held them in internment camps for nearly 20 years, something they'd rather not repeat. Though a special bit of blame is on them since they won't admit that they were wrong in trying to slaughter the Draenei or taking Kalimdor away from the Night Elves, because they high on some manifest destiny which they believe gives them the right to take which was never theirs.Another part is politics.When the Forsaken joined up with the Horde, it only made things worse, knowing that the Forsaken are not too far off from the Scourge that brought Lorderon to its knees. The only difference between a slave of the Lich King and a slave of Sylvannas is that one has not free will, while the other only believes they have free will. These people were once living members of the alliance, by the way.The Blood Elves, being the traitorous little bints they are, blame the Alliance when they left in the first place. When Menethil was murdered, despite everything that Menethil and the leaders of the Alliance did for them. The Draenei, refugees and not really wanting to become slaves to Sargeras, still dispise the Orcs for nearly bringing them to extinction, when the orcs were too stupid to know the difference between their ancestors and world destroying demons.Wounds run deep and take time to heal.
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