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1-02-2011 @ 9:43PM
Hmm, an apothecary huh? I'm sure if I was working on an anti-plague within that organization, I'm pretty sure I'd have been told to stop and to start working on important things, like the plague. I'm pretty sure I would have been strongly encouraged not to bother. I would even bet a dollar that I would be given the impression this came all the way from the top. If I was misguided into thinking Sylvanas represented that top, whether this is true or not true, I would have probably had the same reaction that she must have changed.Heck, even the Apothecaries that did know probably felt she changed if she didn't want to make this plague.My point is: regardless of if Sylvanas knew and endorsed the development of the plague, or whether she is as "human" as she constantly remembers being and did not want the plague to go this far and it really did develop without her knowledge. Regardless of any of that, if I was an apothecary working on an anti-plague, I would likely be squeezed out of the organization and develop that exact sentiment.I'm not saying this to be an apologist. I am curious where Blizzard takes this because she is making morally questionable judgments the way Kael'Thalas did. She is using methods the Lich King used. She is going down a path that likely leads to evil. I'm just saying this is a poor example of Blizzard stating she must be ev0l because regardless of truth, events played out to make her look like she changed and I would have joined the Crusade as I continue my efforts.The really sad part in all of this is that she seems to just want to be accepted as a true member of ...anything. It's something npc Forsaken have never experienced. For all her vengeance, she did little in Northrend. Nobody trusts her or asks her to do anything. It's very possible for everything about the Wrathgate to actually be true as presented because she was likely that far out of the loop. So now she wants to take control and the only thing she's allowed to do is expand her territory and she isn't even left alone and trusted to do that.
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