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2-27-2010 @ 7:01PM
By removing the "(without thinking about the consequences)", you completely remove the most important part of my perception of the infinate dragonflights motives.I'm not saying I'm right, but at the moment, we don't know if the infinate dragonflight are;a) Bronze Dragons corrupted by the Burning Legion (if they are, then your perception is spot on, but since the Infinate Dragonflight are trying to prevent a Sargeras possessed Medivh from opening the portal, that doesn't make sense)b) Bronze Dragons corrupted by the old Godsc) Creations of Netharion from Bronze Dragonflight eggs (which honestly doesn't tie up at the moment with their past meddlings)d) Zealous Bronze Dragons from far in the future that are simply trying to remove Orcs from this world and prevent various characters from reaching certain desinties.Remember, even though Thrall does unite the Horde and Alliance to rid the world of the Legion, it is presumptuous the believe that there was no other alternative had the Horde (brought forth by Medivh and freed by Thrall) NOT killed Cenarius. Additionally, had the portal never been opened in the first place, then Ner'zul would never have been torn apart and turned into the Lich King and hurtled onto Azeroth, creating the plague which causing all the other events which leads to the return of the lgion.It is also presumptuous to believe that Thrall doesn't fuck things up big time in the future, but I think I made a better point in my previous paragraph.Oh, btw, someone having a different opinion doesn't make them wrong. Having FACTS makes them wrong. Neither of us have facts at the moment regarding this because we don't know the genuine motives of the Infinate Dragonflight or where they're from.
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