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12-31-2009 @ 9:04AM
The story behind Maraudon is: Centaurs are always chaotic evil. They especially bad to and for the tauren and therefore the rest of the Horde, but they don't like the Alliance either. In a world with C'thun and the Lich King they're easy to forget about, but the difference is a matter of strength and competence, not goodness. Well, there's their mother. Go kill her, just like in The 13th Warrior! And along the way, you might as well kill any satyrs you find, because they're all part of the Burning Legion, which, as the name implies, is bad too.The story behind BRD is that not only are the Dark Iron dwarves bad according to the dwarves of the Alliance, but they woke up maybe the most powerful fire elementals there is, which is chaotic. No one wants big fire elementals running loose, we'd have a, um, cataclysm on our hands.The story behind Auchenai Crypts, Sethekk Halls and the Shadow Labyrinth is that there are a lot of magical items in that ancient crypt, and Burning Legion worshippers or evil-bird-god-worshippers are trying to take them and they'll probably use the magic items to fight us with, we might as well get in there and get them first. In the Mana Tombs, there's a twist: it's not that the ethereals would use the magic items against us, it's that they'd sell them to the highest bidder. Why pay full price when we can kill the ethereals and take the magic items for the cost of ammunition and repairs?OK, that one sounds pretty horrible.
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