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4-26-2009 @ 2:48PM
The wall you're thinking of is the Wrathgate, which the writer of this post mentioned a few times. And you have it completely wrong. The Alliance and the Scourge started an all out battle, but the Scourge were winning. When all hope seemed lost, the Horde army came riding in and started fighting the Scourge side-by-side with the Alliance. It was a truly shining moment, a beacon of peace between the factions. But then the rogue Forsaken army came in from a third angle, slaughtering most of the Horde, Alliance, and Scourge armies, destroying the chance for peace that that battle could have made.
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