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4-11-2010 @ 3:22AM
This was a good read. The thing I like most about the Forsaken is that their attitude is, in some ways, understandable.I mean, here you have a race which is viewed as an abomination by both other races and nature itself. They didn't choose to become what they are, but they must be purged for it anyway. The humans, for example, want to reclaim Lordaeron for its rightful people and it doesn't dawn on them that the kingdom is already in the hands of its rightful people; They're just undead now.Now, it doesn't excuse what they've done, of course. The average Forsaken, however, won't care about what's morally right or wrong. What will care about, however, is survival against what they perceive as a threat. By any means necessary. The article is right about the Forsaken being at a crossroads. Arthas is dead in the lore now and their vengeance against him was their main driving force. The plague is a dead end thanks to the events at the Wrathgate so they don't even have that.I'm curious as to what happens to them in Cata.
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