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11-03-2010 @ 7:56PM
They did choose to try and deal with the Scourge in their own way--but, again, just in a different manner (that being not mass genocide on a doomed people). Unfortunately for Jaina and Uther, they could not find a proper solution in such a short amount of time to the problem, as Arthas was simply had to charge in, do the bad deed, and finish it, leaving no chance for the duo to go about an alternate solution.Arthas didn't go with Jaina and Uther. He didn't turn around, he went on and just killed the townsfolk as they stood there, in Stratholme. Down to the last women, the last child, the last man. In the words of his lieutenants in the Halls of Reflection: "Men. Women. And CHILDREN. None were spared the master's wrath..."Again, while Jaina and Uther did leave Stratholme, they did so in disgust of Arthas and what he proposed (mass genocide). Jaina couldn't stand to watch Arthas kill so many people (it's genocide) and Uther wouldn't have it, either (genocide is bad, kids). They left to take care of the plague in a different way (not mass genocide). Arthas just got to the townsfolk too quickly--and, yes, committed mass genocide.
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