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4-27-2009 @ 2:39AM
"Unfortunately Daniel seems to be coming from a pro-Alliance biased point of view. King Wrynn's actions are very self-centered and his beliefs are questionable at best and flat out wrong at worst."Everything Varian "believes" is right. It may not be the best action from the viewers standpoint, but in his mind it is perfectly reasonable."He blames the orcs specifically for his gladiator experience. Sorry Wyrnn but the orcs don't run the Areans, the goblins do. As King he should obviously know that the goblins aren't part of the Horde. Their 4 towns in Azeroth cater to both sides after all."This could be because he was bought by an Orc, fought in an Orc city and because the matches were mostly attended by Orcs."He blames Thrall specifically for wrongdoings of the Horde. When Stormwind was razed, Thrall wasn't even in the Horde. His ENTIRE clan was banished from the Horde for Durotan questioning the actions of Gul'dan and the Shadow Council. Unless Wrynn's advisors are totally incompetent, they would of told him that this Horde is different than the old one due to its new leadership. Jaina specifically would of told the King that without the Horde's help, we would of lost at Hyjal and Azeroth would be a burned out cinder."First of all, Varian has no way of knowing that Thrall's clan was banished. Secondly, the Hordes action at Hyjal is as much selfish as it is noble, since the Legion and Scourge would have killed them all equally. Also, the battle was ultimatly won by the Night Elves and the Wisps, not the Horde."Remember according to the Missing Diplomat quest line for Alliance, Thrall and Wrynn were supposed to meet at Theramore for a summit when the King got kidnapped. Apparently Wrynn's amnesia extends back to forgetting why he was doing that in the first place."He remebers going for peace talks. He also remembers going again to find his slave master at Thrall's right hand, while the bloodthirsty son of a murdering invader stood at his left. Finally he remembers the Orcish assassin who tried to kill him at said second peace talk"Wrynn is going to do what is best for Stormwind and no one else. He doesn't care about Scourge, Yogg-Saron or the Legion. If burning down Ironforge would rid Azeroth of the Horde, Wrynn would be there with 2 torches in hand I have no doubt."He cares about the ALLIANCE as a whole. He considers it bad for the Alliance to ally itself with a faction that has killed a massive number of his troops in a surprise attack during a supposed truce.One thing people have to remember about the Wrathgate is that Varian does not know everything. He does not know that the RAC betrayed the Horde. After killing Putress, he hears Sylvannas and Thrall in the throne room. He has no idea that they had to fight their way into the city. As far as he knows they have been siting there the whole time, patting each other on the back at a job well done for killing the Alliance
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