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8-10-2009 @ 4:50PM
@GlennThe Blood Elves were not "denied" into the Alliance because of their addiction. They left the Alliance after Grand Marshal Garithos exhibited extreme prejudice toward their race and they were forced into a temporary alliance with the Naga. This was only by those that followed Kael'thas. There are still High Elves who did not follow that path and are faithful to the Alliance, one such faction being the Silver Covenant.As for the Forsaken, the only reason they allied themselves with the Horde (lore-wise) is because they view them as pawns and as a means to an end. Forsaken however do view the human race as their mortal enemies and believe that they should all be made undead, but, then again, they believe that about all races.Their would be no need for any major retconning (there is bound to be some anyway) to fit the Worgen into the Alliance. The Alliance has reached a point where they need all the allies they can muster, seeing as King Wrynn has declared open war on the Horde. The King has already welcomed the Death Knights back into their ranks. Also, if the Worgen are the nation of Gilneas, they already are somewhat part of the Alliance. Brann Bronzebeard believes that Gilneas is under siege by Naga, and, after over 10 years of isolation from the world, the mighty Lord Genn Greymane may have decided to call on some old buddies to assist his people in driving the Naga back.Note: Repasted, was supposed to be a reply to this comment.
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