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2-28-2010 @ 8:31PM
"Wrynn's actions are the only ones that make sense from his point of view as head of state."The fact that Wrynn thinks starting the Azerothian equivalent of world war 3 is a great idea at the same time that he is fighting three large threats to the entire planet (Blue Dragonflight, Titans/Yog and the Lich King) doesn't do a lot for my opinion of him. Especially since the people he is trying to start this fight with are his biggest allies against these threats. Wrynn also isn't privy to the information that you are. He doesn't know that Thrall is retiring he wasn't there to watch their fight. All he knows is that Garrosh is leading the War effort in Northrend. A position that Thrall never should have let him have but that's another discussion. Might he suspect that he could take over some day? Maybe. But starting a war over a conclusion you've leaped to is stupid.As for the Forsaken and their activities. They're smart, their cover story is that they're finding a cure to the plague or a weapon against the scourge. That story is probably a little suspect now after Wraith gate but the orcs are watching them now, they have their guards stationed all over undercity. Why is it an issue who the Forsaken are experimenting on when it's apparently not an issue for the alliance deathknights to be using sentient subjects? You can say that the alliance don't know about that because only deathknights are allowed in Acherus but as I said the forsaken aren't stupid. Do you think when anybody official from the Horde comes around they don't clean up first? You're confusing game mechanics with the lore. The forsaken are sneakier than that.
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