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5-07-2009 @ 2:22AM
@KuroKorin"I get a sense of ignorance about Horde politics from this article. Yes, the Forsaken plan to turn all of Azeroth into nihl, and they are allied to the Horde - but their relationship isn't as peachy peachy as you profess. Their relationship is one out of necessity, similar to that of the Night Elves and the Alliance. The New Horde is just that, NEW, and they need all the allies they can get.Varian Wrynn's point of view is self-destructive. It destroyed Daelin Proudmoore and Zul'jin. It'll get to Wrynn and Garrosh. I don't blame him, I just hope he learns to cool his temper. The alliance and Horde can't be chummy chummy, that would end the game conflict, but a good leader is never so irrationally rash, ESPECIALLY facing a threat far greater than one's own forces."The Horde also has Garrosh, an orc general that wants to conquer everything Alliance. If you are an Alliance leader, that's not someone you want to see being chummy with an undead witch who also has a grudge on humanity and is in possession of a death plague and an RAS. If the orcs call the shots, it could end up catastrophic with Garrosh in such a high position of power. Thrall really doesn't have a leg to stand on if he keeps saying the Horde isn't dangerous to the Alliance while his underlings run a muck. The whole unproactive "everybody just needs to chill out" viewpoint could be self destructive in itself. Like in real life, actions have consequences. So Thrall better be tighten that leash before things escalate any further.
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