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10-27-2008 @ 2:48PM
Yeah I left that out because it seemed more like one man's prejudice against the blood elves wouldn't necessarily be characteristic of human and blood elf relations as a whole. It's definitely a huge issue that Kael'thas and his soldiers came up against, but for the population of blood elves as a whole I felt like the fel-energy issue was the more important one.Besides, I don't want to represent the blood elves as all bad nazi type people. They definitely have their flaws, but that's largely what makes them interesting. Their redemption (which we'll talk about next week) is one of the most compelling stories in Warcraft so far.
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