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7-06-2011 @ 4:30PM
The tauren can justify this by not buying into the distortions and hyperbole you post here.The Forsaken do use their latest concoctions in war, yes. They do not, however, "despoil, blight, and corrupt all the land they touch." The Blood Elves are no more guilty of transforming the world around them than the orcs or humans, and certainly less so than dwarves, gnomes, or goblins. The goblins are short-sighted indeed, so they more than anyone really need people around to help them consider the long view. Your "real aftermath" of the quest in question to demoralize the night elves by destroying an old elven relic is pure fiction, and it's also perfectly clear from the quest like that *Garrosh and most orcs* would disapprove of the actions taken. Claiming this as a basis why tauren should dislike orcs is like claiming tauren should dislike night elves for the actions of Fandral. Are Fandral's actions acting in the balance? I think thought. Obviously this proves the tauren are going to come to hate all night elves, right? No, it doesn't work that way.
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