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11-25-2008 @ 5:24PM
This, without a doubt, is the greatest article posted on the site in months. I'd go so far as to say all year, almost. It offers some interesting insight into the Alliance's new leader in a broad way that leaves very little detail out: his reasons for hating orcs, and lack thereof for trusting them, and, from what I'm going to presume from the article and what I know of his backstory, the increasing paranoia he must be expriencing due to being unable to truly rely on anyone whilst he is in charge of no less than five very different peoples and their efforts to survive and do battle with countless more. What I find ironic is that, given his state of mind right now, unless he mellows out or, at the very least, finds some kind of middle ground with which to counterbalance his hatred of the Horde with reason and some sort of basic knowledge of their exhaustive attempts to return their generally peaceful, Shamanistic is a world growing far more dangerous and complicated every day, Varian Wyrnn is actually the only major faction leader who's whereabouts are well known that would be chief candidate for Blizzard's tried and true "They Went Insane and Now You Have to Kill Them" formula. As I personally don't care for the character, new insights not withstanding, I honestly wouldn't mind get phat lootz from him, myself.
11-26-2008 @ 5:25AM
/agree with the best article for a while back, very well written, I must say.
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