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1-17-2011 @ 12:11AM
Every General, every commander, is expected to know the Rules of War (yes, there's such a thing) before leading his people into actual battle. There are a few leaders who would sanction the murder of innocents and children but, we call them butchers and murderers; not leaders. While it seems that Garrosh is definitely a loose cannon at times, his growing pains as a leader is to realize the value of psychological warfare. Winning hearts and minds. This General didn't just cross Hellscream and forsake honor, he destroyed the potentially positive opinion of the denizens of Ashenvale. While both Horde and Alliance are definitely giving everything to claim the resources of the area, there are also potential allies to be had in the civilian population and having some druids-in-training speaking highly of you and your sense of decency to their friends and neighbors is definitely a boon to your war effort. Why do we fight wars? To win resources. How do you fight in an enemy territory and win? By winning hearts and minds. How do you do that when your commanders are sadistic and foolish? You don't.
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