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8-09-2010 @ 4:07PM
@Rossi: You're missing my point. I'm NOT saying it's at all unbelievable--Blood Elves tend to be power hungry as a I'm saying it's trite and annoying. I'm also saying it's pretty freaking demoralizing to lose yet another hugely important figure to my favorite race, to the exact same kind of shenanigans that made us lose our faction leader.Also, seriously, why now? I'm not being snarky--I genuinely want to hear a plausible explanation for why he would pick now to go off the deep end as opposed to, say, when Kael kidnapped M'uru and dragged him off to the Sunwell. If he really was such a traitorous asshole, that would have been a prime opportunity to turn on everyone, considering how loyal he was to Kael. Instead, he just sort of sat back and did nothing, or we can infer that he supported the SSO or what have you. That was a wasted opportunity, imo.So yes, you're damned right I need more than "lol now he crazy", which is what we generally tend to get as explanations go when heroes go bad in this 'verse. Yes, I'm well aware this is just a sound clip of a spoiler that was datamined and taken completely out of context, but if history is any indicator where the Blood Elves are concerned, I'm not terribly optimistic.
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