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7-27-2009 @ 4:30AM
The Gilneas connection to the Worgen, may not be the strongest, but what happened to the Gilnean is a mystery, and there isn’t really a lot of undead around that part of silver pine forest either so likely something yet foreseen has happened to them or the Worgen curse did it to them. As for the Alliance being prejudice against the Forsaken and Blood Elves it largely the other way around. The Forsaken is mind bent on destroying the scourge, which will likely have been completed by the next expansion, so who knows what there future drive will become? The Blood Elves feel betrayed by there former allies, but really only have strong connection to the Forsaken. Which is largely because of the Forsaken Leader Sylvanias and many of the other Forsaken were once High Elves.Which lead me to my conclusion about any Horde that Gilneas transformed into Worgen or not could not join the Horde. Because the Gilnean did not help the Humans of Lordaeron or the High Elves in the time of need, they hid behind their wall and didn’t do anything. The Alliance at least helped fight the Third War. The Gilineas did nothing and both the Forsaken and Blood Elves know they did nothing. So it would be the Forsaken and Blood Elves that would prevent the Gilneans form joining the Horde out of more spite for them, than they have for their other former Allies.
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