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1-02-2011 @ 7:02PM
Actually, Taurens have wanted to 'cure' the Forsaken but they're quite openly demonstrating in Cataclysm that they don't WANT to be cured. Their conquest and open use of the plague and devastation of land should be appalling to any Tauren sensibilities. And an undead is the reason an entire camp in Felwood which was once a horde outpost (mostly Tauren) are dead. A Tauren making an exception and hating the undead is entirely something that can fit their worldview and there's plenty of reason for hem to be horrified by what the Undead are doing. The Tauren were run out and almost made extinct by the centaurs...the Forsaken openly shout "Death to the living!" They don't say "Death to the Alliance". The Tauren have reason to have issue with this philosophy. They're the ones who work with night elves and draenei in the Earthen Ring and the Cenarian Circle. They, of all the Horde races, are the closest to finding the nature expressed by the Forsaken as horrifying. Heck, this is even shown in WOTLK where a Tauren grimly keeps an eye on the forsaken in Dragonblight. A Tauren thinking the Undead need to go? It is not 'embracing evil'. It's actually quite a natural thing for them to feel.
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