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8-21-2011 @ 8:55PM
"In the end, Tyrande Whisperwind is a bit of an enigma. Despite thousands of years leading her people, she's still prone to moments of uncertainty and seems to lean on the mostly absent Malfurion more often than entirely necessary. For a leader who has spent so long standing on her own, Tyrande wavers back and forth between standing on her own two feet and depending on others. It makes her a confusing character, to say the very least"Well, I think this is just because of poor writing from Blizzard. Don't take me wrong, I don't usually criticise them, but they really don't know how to portray the Night Elves anymore, and Tyrande is a good example of it. In Warcraft III, she was rash, violent, but powerful and certain of her decisions. Now I don't know how I should see her anymore...she helped a captive orc, but 10k years later she openly slaughters some aliens...who looked like the brave orc she met before? Sorry : S
8-22-2011 @ 7:40AM
She attacked an invading force of creatures that were destroying her homeland. At that time she hadn't met the Orc 10,000 years ago yet.Time travel does that to a brain.
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