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9-22-2009 @ 5:25AM
@ TerethallMaybe it's just me, but I find it rather amusing that so many people point out that "Thrall can't keep the Horde in check" when the Alliance leaders are the same exact way if not worse. Face it, there are more "End Game Bosses" that are former members of the Alliance than the Horde. The Horde might have more "grunts" goofing off, but the Alliance has bred most of the real threats to Azeroth, at the very least they've been involved in their creation. If a few skirmishes can be claimed as a sign of "Horde Can't keep their people in control" then the fact that the Alliance let loose some of the greatest villians in the lore surely says more. Frankly, the Draenei are to blame for the Orcs manipulation. If they had never ran then the Legion never would never have had the interaction/corruption with the Orcs and the wars wouldn't have happened. We can't leave out the humans though, Medivh opened up a nice little passage to Azeroth in the first place...Lets not forget about the whole fact Sylvanas is a result of Arthas... Or the fact that the Blood Elves we're betrayed... Long story short, the Alliance only have theirselves to blame for the most part and surely can be held accountable for such atrocities if the Horde is considered liable for a group of Forsaken going rogue. I will agree though, Saurfang is the best choice if this were real politics but Garrosh is absolutely the best choice when it comes to making the Factions actually go after each other again. I swear, after TBC and the majority of Wrath I'm suprised my Troll isn't at least Friendly if not Honored with Stormwind after all the "Let's work together!" crap.
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