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11-25-2008 @ 7:39PM
I can understand that the Horde wants everyone to believe they're redeemed and don't want to take over the entire world anymore, but really, they're not doing anything to try and prove this. Saying "I'm sorry," and hoping everyone will just forgive you will not work.While it's great that Thrall got the Horde out from under the influence of demon blood, he needs to accept the wrongs his people committed in the past and try to fix them. Currently, he is doing very little to try and make up for what his people did to the Alliance. He's expecting them to just forgive the and start over, and is not willing to look at it from their perspective.Oh, and Varian really is not the "Alliance Thrall." What makes Thrall so interesting is that though he will kick ass when the situation requires it, he will not resort to violence unless he has to. Varian, though, is a short-sighted, non-thinking brute who will only decrease the chances of the Alliance and Horde ever working together.
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