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11-23-2008 @ 7:49PM
@Camillaes I don't think Blizzard specifically designed it so we wouldn't have to kill the innocent out of fear that we'd be squeamish. Not only were they unafraid to let us kill the innocent the first time around in Warcraft 3, but as any horde player who's so much as talked to an apothecary member can attest, we've done much much worse since. We weren't there the first time killing the dead, so maybe the bronze dragons want us to only kill who we need to so things happen as close as possible to the 'right' way. Any human we kill is one less person Arthas kills, and I guess every soul counts when you're going down the dark road.@Everyone else, I think we're over analyzing this. Can't preserving the timeline be important just for the sake of preserving the timeline? Did we learn nothing from The Simpons' Treehouse of Horror V? If a bunch of heroes from the alliance stumbled on to the Caverns of Time before the third war and were asked to help save Mediv, they'd probably be just as confused as we are as to why we need to save this man. There could be a million ramifications to messing with the past and second-guessing destiny, so do like Chronie and just say no to @#$%ing with the timeline. Yes I have been waiting this entire post to bust out that line. It was so worth it.
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