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7-13-2008 @ 8:22PM
I think you're wearing your rose-colored glasses when it comes to the relationship between the draenei and the broken. The broken are the ones slavishly working inside the exodar after all. Never mind the fact the broken certainly didn't name themselves that.
7-13-2008 @ 8:31PM
They're working hard, yes, but there's no indication that they're mistreated or treated like slaves. Broken have limited roles, and manual labor is probably one of them. As well, while that one section is handled by Broken Miners, there are Draenei Miners working in other parts of the ship as well. There's no evidence that the Draenei enslave or treat them horribly, they're just cut off from everything the Draenei know, until recently. Think how nervous some West Germans were about reintegrating East Germans, who had lived under communism for 2 and a half generations. Then add that all East Germans would have to be horribly mutated.The Draenei and Broken have only worked on reconciling a few years in game. In time, things will improve, I think for the Draenei/Broken alliance. and of course, there's always the chance that they'll find a way to Unbreak the Broken.
7-13-2008 @ 10:22PM
There's also "Pure" Draenei workers working right along side them, last I checked.
7-14-2008 @ 12:30AM
There is also a short quest line in Zangarmarsh where you are asked by a Draenei to try and encourage a tribe of Broken in the South of the zone to rejoin the Draenei in their pursuit of the Light.Unfortunately the method/approach the Draenei NPC asks you to use ends up insulting the leader of the tribe but the Draenei learns his lesson but still somewhat doesn't understand the desire for the Broken to be independant.
7-14-2008 @ 12:33AM
Oh and don't forget about the Kurenai - a seperate faction that is harmonious with the Draenei and the rest of the Alliance... not sure they would be that way if Broken were being mistreated by Draenei.
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