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9-21-2011 @ 4:57PM
I honsestly never understood why Tyrande felt the need to slaughter her way through the prison, but neither do I understand the need of the wardens to attack Tyrande first. That's basically what you see in the game, Tyrande coming in with her warriors, expressing her desire to free Illidan, then the jailors call her a fool and immediately attack. If they were charged by her and Malfurion, disobeying her would be treason, and if they attack without chance of diplomacy, then what choice is there but retaliation?
9-21-2011 @ 5:02PM
Rightly or wrongly, the Watchers were loyal to Maiev over Tyrande. Tyrande was (as head of night elf society) their nominal commander, but they'd been operating independently of both the priesthood and the Sentinels for 10,000 years. Furthermore, their original charge came from Malfurion, not Tyrande, and it could be argued that only Malfurion as head of the Cenarion Circle could lift it.That being said, yes, attacking her was very stupid.
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