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11-25-2008 @ 9:37PM
I can understand how Varian has a....bias against the Horde. Every time he has seen a hand of kindness reached out to them he has seen than hand cut off and devoured. Thrall knowing about the Blight is questionable, but there is no way that Sylvanas didn't know about the betrayal.In the Wrathgate cinematic did anyone else notice that not a single forsaken troop was on the battlefield, even though they have the (arguably) the biggest grudge against Arthas. Undercity is on the other side of the world from Orgrimmar, and Thrall couldn't be expected to leave his city to make a surprise inspection but Sylvanas knew. Sylvanas is (was) too smart not to know. She was always one step ahead but now the same dreadlord who she made her pet in WCIII managed to get an entire regiment to become loyal to him, nearly assassinate her, and create enough blight to lead an assault on the wrathgate, all without her noticing......I don't buy it.I'm surprised that the Horde is as mellow about all this as they are. I'm sure I saw plenty of orcs, tauren, and trolls doing their part (didn't see any blood elves, but I wasn't looking that closely) but the forsaken screwed you guys too, and you are willing to buy "it was a rogue faction, honest." excuse? The Forsaken, if nobody else, needs to be dealt with the Alliance knows it and the smart ones in the Horde know it. If the Horde won't deal with it than the Alliance will.For Bolvar. For the Light. FOR THE ALLIANCE!**Also a side-note to all the horde who say it was the draenei's fault for making you into red-skinned crazies. I believe that it was Brox giving Sargeras a cut on his shin that gave the idea that you guys would make good shock-troops. Also nobody MADE you drink the blood of demons.........just saying.
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