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12-23-2009 @ 1:43AM
Personally I prefer to think of the new plague's anti-alllivingthings component more defensive in nature than offensive.Let's face facts, Sylvanas is no fool. She knows good and well that at least half of the living beings (read: most Alliance and ALL Scarlet Crusaders) in Azeroth consider the Forsaken to be inhuman monsters that need to be destroyed utterly. No matter what happens, she and her Forsaken are going to be facing attacks from living humans trying to retake Lordaeron or overzealous armies of Scarlet Crusaders trying to eradicate them as just another part of the Scourge.The plague is designed to kill Scourge AND the living. The Scourge as part of their quest of vengeance, and the living as defense against the inevitable assault against them.
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