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9-07-2009 @ 1:38PM
Remember which trolls we're talking about though, who their allies are and why they're in the Horde. When the Darkspear tribe joined the Horde, they promised to step away from the more savage aspects of their religion (blood sacrifices and cannibalism and such) in order to respect Thrall's wishes that the new Horde be more civilized. Well, these sort of debauched acts just happen to be the cornerstones of how most troll tribes commune with the loa, but supposing the tauren stepped up and showed the Darkspear a new way to worship and get in touch with their deities. Maybe the tauren introduce the Darkspear to druidism as a way to allow them to interact with the animistic side of nature like they used to, all while avoiding all the gore and violence that used to come with it.
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