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1-06-2010 @ 9:31AM
@ KnobThere's a big difference between 'flawless' and 'more-or-less flawless' I'm not denying that the Orcs were very noble as a whole, but they certainly weren't perfect. Gul'dan was power hungry before drinking the blood, and Grom was all too happy to drink it down. I think the important thing to remember is that Kil'jaeden, in deceiving them, simply brought to the fore tendencies which the Orcs already had. He did not create anything new within them, perhaps up until the demon blood of course.
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