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4-25-2011 @ 12:36PM
Here's something to chew on. During The Shattering Thrall refuses to turn over the Orcs who butchered the Night Elves -- and yes, even the Horde was fairly convinced they were members of the Horde -- and wouldn't even condemn their actions. He'd only condemn the treat violation. Why? Because the Horde couldn't abide Alliance justice visited upon a bunch of butchers, and would have strung Thrall up for allowing such.But, during a time of war -- a war, by most accounts and perspectives from a lore standpoint (Twilights did their job well enough) the Horde started -- the Horde seemingly has no trouble slaughtering a human general under such circumstances.Horde justice. Go figure.
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