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5-08-2009 @ 4:34PM
Sylvanas: "That was a freebie."I recently rewatched the Wrathgate video again. Why were there no repercussions for the Forsaken wiping out all those orcs? Humans sure, but I'd assume Thrall wouldn't send anything but his best warriors to the Lich King's front door,and Sylvanas wiping them all out...well, you'd think Thrall would be a little upset. Did I just miss something?
5-08-2009 @ 4:48PM
*this is so so so spoilers*Because Sylvanas didn't wipe them out, Putress and Varimathras did. The plague they developed was independant of Sylvanas, and it's stated during the Wrathgate event that Sylvanas was lucky to get out of there alive.Er...unalive. Regardless, I think it's odd that suddenly Sylvanas is a 'good guy' - she's not. She wants the living wiped off the earth as much as anyone else, or she DID - maybe the reconnection with her kin, the blood elves, and subsequent sponsoring of them as members of the Horde reminded her of why living isn't so terrible after all. ...it sounds lame enough to be a plausible theory, anyway.
5-08-2009 @ 4:52PM
This is what happens when you rush through quests.I should have been paying closer attention.Thanks Shade. :)
5-08-2009 @ 4:56PM
@Shade:Read "Arthas, Rise of the Lich King". Without spoiling anything, Sylvanas isn't as innocent as the Wrathgate incident implies.
5-08-2009 @ 6:19PM
@LyraatI really need to get my hands on a copy of that book, I guess. Although I was fairly certain Sylvanas isn't really as innocent as she seems ever since I did the questline in Tarren Mill in which you have to go out and kill the forsaken prisoners over at the Dalaran camps. Lady Bellmore's journal is sort of an eye-opener.
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