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11-20-2008 @ 7:17PM
it may be a roleplaying game, but it is still a game based around murder, vindictiveness, and atrocity. You can't say that murdering innocents is somehow better to wiping out hordes of Kobolds and the like who are native to a region. Both Alliance and Horde have histories of sending people out to kill folk who are defending their lands (Desolace Centaurs are another good case). To then cite the murder of civilians as somehow out of character is preposterous.
11-21-2008 @ 10:33AM
Desolace centaurs aren't really a good example. It's stated several times that the centaurs have driven the tauren out of their ancestral lands. Granted it's from the tauren point of view, but they are not averse to owning up to their own mistakes (the tapestries in the Elders hall about their history reveal that in the early days of creation, many of the tauren listened to the dark whispers of corruption from within the earth).
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