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12-04-2010 @ 8:54PM
@Astrumsenior ~ You said that Garrosh should have "Cut a deal" to get lumber. The thing is, the Horde did cut a deal for trade with the night elves. This deal was brought to and end by the NE's and they refused to trade with the horde anymore. Leaving the Orcs in durotar in a seriously percarious place with regards to supplies and you know, food for their families and such. (The little piddling things) basically the orcs were watching poverty start to rise and watching families and children starting to go hungry because of the cut off of trade and the Night Elves refusal to com back to the barganing table. Basically garrosh was left with 2 choices, either watch his people starve, or aggresivly start taking what they needed from their holdings in Ashenvale. He chose to not watch orc children starve to death.Now, that doesn't excuse certain other actions taken by him. When that Alliance warship drifted into Horde waters, while he was technically in his right to execute every sailor on that boat, his decision to sink it and send the survivors back was definitely a douchbag move on his part since it was pretty obvious it wasn't an intentional act of aggression on the part of the Alliance.
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