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2-03-2010 @ 1:37PM
Excellent article once again!The conclusion is a bit wobbly though.. Of course every action has unforeseen results, but you make it sound as if the Expedition is to blame for all that has happened afterward.
2-03-2010 @ 4:35PM
It doesn't read that way to me. I mean, yes, it is their fault in the sense that if they didn't seal the portal and complete their missions, those things might not have happened. That's not to say they were wrong to do so, stopping Azeroth from exploding being one reason. Acknowledging the fallout in it's entirety isn't condemnation.
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