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9-08-2010 @ 5:25PM
Ah I see, interesting take on it I guess. :)I guess I'd argue that there is a difference between saying NO to your prince, technically the guy in charge at the moment, and actually preventing him from doing what he was doing, especially when a number of the soldiers were behind him.It's a really good point though. One could argue that at least Jaina may have learned from that moment since she was willing to freeze Varian in the Undercity, preventing him from attacking Thrall. This is why I do not see her as the whiney, token character that a lot of people make her out to be. (fighting an uphill battle on that one)Point taken. :) Though I don't think Arthas was deserving of much respect by this point but that's my bias. I thought he was a spoiled douchsnozzle (official term ;-)before his "down-fall." Jaina can do a lot better.
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