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8-25-2009 @ 12:40PM
"The Orcs are already a pain in the Night Elves' butt due to their capital being so close to Ashenvale" How are they a pain in the butt? Also, I might note that the Tauren welcomed the Orcs to Kalimdor, and didn't consider them "a pain in the butt", but saw their need, and helped them."there would be no way in hell they'd align themselves with the Horde."The lore says otherwise: "Tyrande and Malfurion had allied with Thrall and Jaina Proudmoore". Thrall = Horde."the orcs were expansionist new neighbors actively deforesting the night elves homeland and they had literally killed the night elves' god."Grom Hellscream and his orcs killed Cenarius. This was rogue action done without the Warchief's approval. Also, he was under the influence of Mannnoroth, a DEMON. If the Night Elves can't see that it was not the actions of the Horde, but of a rogue Orc that did it, well, I don't know what to say.I DO see that Night Elves have some things in common interest with Alliance races, but they have the most history with Horde races in Warcraft III, as rocky as some parts were. Bottom line, when I started playing WoW, I was dumbfounded that Night Elves were not on the same side as Thrall. Therefore, if the reason the Worgen are joining the Alliance is because of the Night Elves' help with their curse, then it still doesn't make sense, because it is based on the Night Elves' alliance with the....Alliance. (that sounded redundant)
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