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11-25-2008 @ 8:38PM
Hail Wrynn! Sieg Alliance!Im dissapointed that Varian didt take back Lordaeron City(undercity for u who dont know ur lore) for the alliance would of been cool to see the rebuilt city, but then hord would have 1 less and alliance 1more and that would go against blizzards holy "balance" ingame,(wheres the justice lore wise?).And why arent there any alliance siege machines outside of UC isnt the alliance supposed to be takeing back UC?, even tough Jaine ported everyone back to SW, i doubt that someeone as insane as Varian would just live it be and say "ah hell were back home, i dont wanna go back to that dump again".Also after trying to kill Thrall and declaring WAR on hord being ported back to SW and say now go conquer northrend, wouldt u think hed be more focused on the hord and say go kill some hord?
11-26-2008 @ 8:50AM
"Im dissapointed that Varian didt take back Lordaeron City(undercity for u who dont know ur lore) for the alliance would of been cool to see the rebuilt city, but then hord would have 1 less and alliance 1more and that would go against blizzards holy "balance" ingame,(wheres the justice lore wise?)."As mentioned before, Lordaeron is already held by its rightful people. The Forsaken *are* Lordaeron. Stormwind "retaking" a city they never actually held would be a deplorable act of invasion.You may not like the Forsaken, lord knows as a Horde player myself I don't, but you can't really cite "lore" as an excuse for forgetting that for right or wrong, the true people of Lordaeron hold it currently.Just because the citizens of Stormwind were once accepted as refugees in Lordaeron doesn't make them more entitled to the land than the Forsaken.
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