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8-18-2008 @ 7:30PM
um you know what woudl be fun...taking back lordaeran.. i played the first 2 games almost as much as i play wow. and there is the great pride in lordaeran in the game...now that its lost to the scourge weve like given up??? seems weak
8-18-2008 @ 7:41PM
Well there are a few things that make it quite a bit harder. One, from a human perspective all undead are Scourge, but they're actually the Forsaken and they're backed by the rest of the Horde. Second, it IS rather close to a Scourge force though, so the Alliance would soon have to deal with them if they defeated the Horde. Third, between warring in Kalimdor, the Southern Kingdoms, Northrend and Outland, the Alliance probably doesn't have the resources to fight two full Wars back to back. Finally, everything in the Lordaeron region has been corrupted and is unusable as far as resources go so it would not be fruitful to take.
8-19-2008 @ 5:21AM
I just realized.. it would be a bit awkward, but I think there could definitely still be Forsaken and Humans that get along. Forsaken are mostly (undead) Humans, so I suppose there could be rather a large number of family ties between inhabitants of Stormwind and Undercity, strange as that may be.I'm sure the Church preaches heavily against the undead scourge, but there may be some 'deviant' (or rather, just desparate) humans seeking contact with their undead relatives, and vice-versa.
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