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11-03-2008 @ 4:26AM
Bah.Look, I concede that Garithos was a racist who ended up turning the High Elves against the humans, but frankly they didn't need much help. The record stands against them; they sent barely a token force into the Second War, clearly seeing themselves as not really involved in the conflict. Yet when it turned on them, the humans marched to their aid, lost many men... and the ungrateful brats turned around and said, "But you didn't come quickly enough."In the end, the High Elves left the Alliance, not the other way around. Even with Garithos, they had other options. (Chiefly, expelling him and asking for a new ambassador.) The humans were under no obligation to save the High Elves a second time. I've said it before and will say it again, you'll never find such entitlement complexes as you will among the blood elves.
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