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8-09-2010 @ 10:24PM
Y'all are forgetting Ner'Zhul, Gul'Dan, and Archimonde/Kil'Jaeden. Before WoW even existed, the two orcs have been a HUGE influence to their culture (They were, after all, leaders at some point); except one of them betrayed their race to Kil'Jaeden and the other is... well, you know. The LICH KING. And don't even get me started with Archimonde and Kil'Jaeden, who were TWO OF THE TRIUMVIRATES of the Draenei people. And now, Kil'Jaeden is still a threat to Azeroth.If you want to QQ about how Belfs don't have enough involvement in Wrath, just look at Draenei. They had about ONE show at the beginning of Borean about how the human farmers were racist and won't be comfortable around aliens. Which, apparently, was the work of the cult.Granted, Arthas wasn't as much of a pain to them compared to other races, it's not like they're the kind of people that sits back and watch their friends go to battle. They like peace, and they'll fight to get it. And the treatment THEY've gotten in Wrath makes me very, very sad.Although this post turned into a QQfest, I'm just going to say that I'm glad nobody's defecting from Draenei this time around.
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