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4-26-2009 @ 5:47PM
An Thrall also knew that Varian, while not knowing he was Varian, was a slave and being used to be a gladiator. Undercity has human slaves as well. That very fact says that Thrall is not some nice guy wanting peace. he does the bare minimum to avoid an open conflict but is evil none the less. If he is the nice guy horde lovers say he is, why did he not insist on Varian being freed what he was a slave? Doesn't matter if he knew who Varian actually was, he knew this was a human and if he really is committed to peace would never have allowed this. People can make apologies for the horde, but there is no denying they are still the "bad guys".
4-26-2009 @ 6:10PM
This person never played the Warcraft III Orc campaign or The Frozen Throne's bonus campaign. As you can see in Durotar to this day, the Alliance actually DID invade the Horde's new home without any provocation, only to be defeated by Rexxar, the forces of Orgrimmar, and Theramore loyalists. Thrall is also one of the most compassionate and forgiving characters in all of Warcraft.The arenas are technically owned by the goblins, so the orcs have no real sway in the politics of it, mainly using it as entertainment and business. Rehgar was raised a gladiator, and now he trains gladiators. He also lets them go willingly, he is not an evil person. He saw Varian as a "Theramore deserter", orcs believe strongly in honor, and deserting your people is very dishonorable in their eyes. Varian was seen as an untrustworthy human because of this, and was only then taken to be a gladiator."At Dire Maul, I recouped my investment in those two a thousand times over. I knew this day was coming. A man is truly a prisoner only as long as he agrees to remain one. After that, in his heart, at least, he is free. And where his heart is, his body may follow if his will is strong enough." -Rehgar
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