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11-23-2008 @ 4:08PM
My problem with that instance is not the reason we're there but your title. We don't actually slaughter any innocents to my recollection of running it the other day. All the enemies you kill are either people who've already turned undead, infinite dragons, or demons. I haven't played WC3 in quite a while but I remember there were people that Arthas killed that hadn't turned yet. And this is a very important point, because this is the moment Arthas really starts down an evil path. But in the instance since there are no "innocents" I don't see any problem with what Arthas does; it's not really evil or even a moral question when you're killing ghouls and abominations instead of human citizens.
11-24-2008 @ 2:39PM
I ran Strat last night and yes arthas does kill innocents. He walks right up to them sporting is Pre-BC epic BG mace and pummels some people and when questioned about it by innocents replies "you don't need to understand, you just need to DIE!"Also, my group forgot to do the first part of the quest that starts the "event" and ran into stratholme before everything got going. You can acutally vendor and repair in the City before the culling starts happening. Also, pay attention to what the NPC's are saying about the grain - my favorite line was in response to a person saying a load of grain smelled - the NPC replied "I know it can't be me, I took a bath 3 days ago" Boo yah!
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