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8-09-2010 @ 5:19PM
@Kylenne: It just seems like you have a completely different view of the blood elves than I do. I don't see the blood elf presence as that negative. Certainly, it was bad in TBC but that's because the whole expansion was about the blood elves and the draenei. The path of the story (and keep in mind that Blizzard was only just getting into story narative in that expansion) was about the depths that some members of the race would sink to while the rest of the people did the best they could to make something of themselves. I saw TBC as the redemption of a people who had lost -everything- and were trying to find themselves.Admitedly, I would have liked to see more of a presence in Northrend, but I believe the blood elf people are still trying to put their society back together. I was certain I saw a few blood elves in the horde forces in the Wrathgate. Not a lot, no, but their weapon stance stands out. They're not at all highlighted (just as some of the alliance races are barely in that cinematic) but they were there.At any rate, I think Rossi summed up what I think about Rommath. Like I mentioned earlier, I was never happy with how they handled him after the Kael'thas incident and I still believe that his defection should NOT speak for every blood elf everywhere. He is the last piece of a regime that died in TBC and this, to me, is a logical conclusion to his character.
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