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3-24-2009 @ 5:03PM
We'll my question on the whole Eredar thing is that In the "Rise of the Horde" Book it stated (Spoiler alert) that Kil'Jaden corrupted the Orcs to physically destroy the draenei and hurt Valen. Then he abandons them. Yet in actual game play of Warcraft III tells us that Kil'jaden corrupted them to invade Azeroth (Kingdom and continent) as a precursor to a Burning Legion invasion. Much as the undead later did, only the Orcs screwed the pooch by turning on each other.If they were going to kill 2 birds with one stone it wasn't stated in the book which seems an annoying oversight.Lastly in my opinion it seems warcraft lore was more sparse certainly but less disjointed before WOW came out. I suppose more titles means more chances to have lore oops moments but the scale of it and how rapidly retcons occur now disheartens me.
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