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12-30-2009 @ 8:35PM
Personally, I suspect that the return of Wrynn and his sort of self-appointed leadership of the Alliance is probably more calculated on Blizzard's part than it currently seems. Not only does it serve the immediate purpose of increasing the tensions between the Alliance and the Horde, something Blizzard has said they were planning on escalating, it also sets up a whole lot of possibility for more in-fighting and drama amongst the Alliance down the road. What if King Wrynn makes a unilateral decision so unpopular that it threatens Stormwind's relations with the rest of the Alliance? (no real-life parallel intended...) That could lead into some very interesting plot lines in further patches/expansions. I can't imagine the Alliance will fall apart or even lose any of its races during WoW's lifetime, but I can certainly imagine that the threat could arise and would create a richer storyline than a simple Alliance vs Horde or Alliance&Horde vs _____(insert enemy here) storyline.
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