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10-20-2010 @ 3:54AM
@hahahaha (love typing that name)I strongly disagree with your statement about Cairne. "His actions were rash, irrational, unreasoned and without any base of authenticity."Cairne disliked Garrosh as soon as he met him in Northrend, but he held his tounge.Then, Garrosh (by all appearances) ordered the destruction of an entire night elf village. This went against orders and threatened the Horde's tenuous peace with the Alliance. It was also highly unethical. Cairne still took no action other than sharing his concerns with Thrall.Then, a very reliable source (Hamuul Runetotem) returns to Cairne with reports of Horde soldiers slaughtering a large group of peaceful druids. If Horde forces are attacking someone, the war hero/ruler of the people was almost certainly the one giving the orders.Cairne challenges Garrosh, the orc that (by all appearances) was a mass murderer of innocent people who was going to be the end of the Horde, to a duel. Even then, Cairne doesn't intend to kill Garrosh, but dethrone him. It was Garrosh who, even if it was accidental, changed it from a duel for leadership into a duel to the death.Was Cairne really out of line? VERY reliable sources told him that Thrall had been replaced by a Hitler figure (lol Godwin), and Cairne was trying to correct the mistake. That hardly seems "rash, irrational, unreasoned and without any base of authenticity" to me.
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