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4-11-2010 @ 12:27PM
People you are off again... 1: Varian wanted to reclaim Lordaeron for the HUMANS as Lordaeron was a HUMAN kingdom, and the major power of the Alliance of the Second war. 2: some people survived and stayed in Lordaeron, like the people of Southshore. That is still Lordaeron. Technically, the whole landmass is Lordaeron, until the Thandol Span. But as a "country", Lordaeron was the one in Tirisfal Glades. Because, as you may know, the old Alliance was made out of 7 human nations, including kingdoms like Gilneas, Alterac, etc. 3: the Scarlets have no role in the Alliance, not only because they are lead by a demon, but because they went mad long ago. They are so afraid of the Plague that they kill anyone on sight who isn't in the rank of the Scarlets. That includes human, dwarf, elf, etc.4: we do not know if the Forsaken tried to connect with the humans. What we know is that they totally embraced their state and decorate everything with skulls. I have read one good explanation about the Forsaken, about why they don't try to live a normal life, like, making a new gothic Lordaeron, the one which was destroyed. Because most of them are near-insane. Otherwise, they would be like the playable humans. But with rotten body. That's all. They could have been diplomatic and try to reconnect with the Alliance, or something like that. People stop dreaming/imagining and try to read some lore, will'ya? ;)
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