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11-25-2008 @ 6:44PM
Hmm This whole situation is an obvious he said she said with allies and horde alike taking potshots at each others leaders in order to show support for their faction. To be honest I care little for either side but I can give some defense on both sides to this. I have one word that describes this whole situation and maybe even some of you perfectly, puppets. Puppets to a force that everyone thinks they had beat at the sunwell but is far from over, kiljaden and the burning legion. Kiljaden from day one has been manipulating people left and right. This latest one proves it again. The wrathgate massacre was likely his idea as was the plague. Eliminate as many potential enemies at one time as possible and surprisingly enough not only did it work but it turned his targets on each other. Thrall likely was one of the few smart people in this situation to call for caution anyways but since no one listened the massacre happened. As for this article, its my assumption that maybe kiljaden may also have puppet strings on the young fool hardy king as well. After all he has him running head long into battle and even after a tragedy happens he still has a desire to do nothing more than destroy any thing or anyone he doesnt like. Remind you of a certain king who lives up north. hehehe Some how I get the feeling the recent expansion is only half complete and the real interesting stuff has only just begun and likely may be even more prominent in the next expansion pack.
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