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8-25-2009 @ 12:46PM
There's one big point here that seems overlooked. So many of the alliances in the Warcraft universe (on both sides) revolve around a central ideal: The enemy of my enemy is my friend (or its corollary, The friend of my enemy is my enemy). We already saw in the trailer that when the Greymane Wall breaks down, the Forsaken see it as an opportunity to take control of Gilneas (and with Southshore gone, why not...it would give them the whole region). The Worgen would be unable to fend off the Forsaken (and, by proxy, the whole of the Horde) by themselves, so they turn to the Alliance for help. Are they a natural fit with the Alliance? No. But they're already fighting the Horde.The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
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