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7-24-2011 @ 4:32PM
@ GewaltYou clearly know frak about WoW lore then. If you've read ANY of the books or comics, you should know that Jaina had the strength to turn away Arthas (her near-husband) when he asked her to stand beside him in the culling of Stratholme (that was in WoW btw, did you ever run CoS before they frakked the entrance scene?). She had the strength to take what was left of her people away from the Eastern Kingdoms after the culling and bring them to Kalimdor at Medivh's suggestion. She had the strength to ally herself with the ORCS, which had previously invaded and nearly wiped out the human kingdoms, and to purge Grom Hellscream of the blood curse he put himself under again. She had the strength to maintain that alliance even after the Burning Legion was defeated, though she could have just as easily turned her weapons on the orcs and maybe even have destroyed them. When he father sailed to the Eastern Kingdoms and tried to exterminate the orcs, she had the strength to TURN ON HIM, her OWN FATHER, in favor of peace with the orcs, and helped Thrall strike him down. She had the strength to kill the demon Zmodlor, not to mention wield Aegwyn's magics. During Wrath of the Lich King, she had the strength to turn on her own king, who wanted to destroy Thrall and Sylvanas during the Battle of the Undercity, and teleported them away against his will. And finally, she had the strength to march on Icecrown Citadel HERSELF and try to bring Arthas back with nothing but a few soldiers at backup.Jaina Proudmoore has more strength in one fingernail then you could have in twenty bodies. I may be horde, but I respect her, and I think that if anyone could rule a faction as well or better then Thrall, it's Jaina frakkin' Proudmoore.So say we all!
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