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11-25-2008 @ 6:05PM
"The Forsaken are the murdered people of Lorderon, who were enslaved, freed, and abandoned by their own people and the light. Who besides them belongs in Lorderon?"That's the best argument for the "occupation" of Lordaeron I've ever known and used myself. Everyone seems to forget that all the inhabitants of the Undercity were loyal to Lordaeron until the day they died (and then got back onto their feet, though some had to reattach them first). I can't also be the only one that finds it somewhat ironic that the Alliance uses the Lordaeron standard as one of their symbols.As for grabbing land in Kalimdor... Sorry, it's Tauren territory. Tauren were walking the lands of Kalimdor long before the Night Elves even evolved into being, and following the Sundering when the Night Elves became fiercely territorial and began reinforcing their meagre borders, they left the Tauren to suffer. The Tauren paid for the lands they hold through ten thousand years of blood and oppression. Theramore marines are encroaching on Tauren territory, as are Eastern Kingdom dwarves, and Night Elves far south from the eroding Ashenvale border.The Alliance has grabbed more territory from the Tauren than the Horde has grabbed from the Night Elves. Land that was earned through suffering, rather than slumber. But hey, it's all right, because the Alliance are the good guys, right?
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