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9-07-2011 @ 5:56PM
I'll answer your question, but I would like to also address a few things first.For one thing, Wyrmbane's only appearance in Cataclysm so far is a brief cameo in a Horde-side quest concerning the 7th Legion's work in Gilneas. Secondly, Agmar is only an Overlord in the Kor'kron. High Commander Wyrmbane is the leader of the 7th Legion. Wyrmbane's counterpart is actually High Overlord Saurfang, and he opted to stay in Northrend with a small detachment to secure their holdings in the Borean Tundra. Thirdly, the conflict in Northrend was between the forces of Azeroth against the Lich King - not Alliance vs. Horde. Despite the fact there was much in-fighting between the two forces, both sides were fighting for the same thing: to overthrow the Lich King. That was the main purpose for both sides going to Northrend.To answer your question directly: No. The Kor'kron did not "lose" the conflict in Northrend. Both the Alliance and the Horde won, for once.
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