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11-03-2010 @ 8:37PM
The comment on Uther is fairly curious. As Arthas puts it, by the soverignty of his crown that he relieves Uther and his Paladins from service.Uther could very well have believed that Arthas had the power to take away the Light from him and his men--although his concept, is, of course, completely ludicrous. As has been shown on other accounts, the Light is proportionate in the weilders belief in their ability to use it. The Light is not a tangible thing you can take from a person, although I certainly wouldn't put it past Uther to think this was the very case. After all, the Light was a fairly new concept, him being one of the first Paladins--EVER.It does seem out-of-character for Uther to not have directly tried to stop Arthas, although I could see why that would have been a problem for him--both the faith conflict, and also the fact that Arthas was a close friend of him... coupled with various other factors I'm sure I'm forgetting.Warcraft, is, of course, a changing world, with changing characters in an ever-changing environment. I wouldn't call it far-fetched to think Uther just had a lapse in judgment (pun not intended).
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