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9-27-2011 @ 6:22PM
While I can see why I got the downvoting, I feel I didn't explain myself well. This is not delighting in the fact that she's suffering, it's not "Alliance-Rawr/Horde-Bleh."I pity her. She's terrified, but instead of seeking redemption, she's condemning other people, she's using the Forsaken AGAIN, this time as a shield between her and the void, instead of an arrow aimed at Arthas.I disagree that this is what awaits all forsaken and Death Knights. We don't KNOW what awaits them. The only two undead who's "afterlife" we've seen glimpses of were Arthas and Sylvanas. And while Sylvanas is strong, cunning, and a more than worthy warrior, she uses people. She betrays alliances. She lies, and manipulates, and devices. She may not be evil, but she's quite dark.What does she do as soon as her soul is pulled from that horrid darkness? Search for redemption? Work to improve the world? Ah. No, she chooses to kill and corrupt. There is a new Lich King, and yet SHE is the one spreading the effects of plague and undeath. The effects of Fel magic and Necromancy are no reason. Look to the Broken. They may not be able to find the Light as easily as they once did, but they find another way. Crusader Bridenbrad did not forsake the Light, and was not forsaken, even though he was consumed by the plague.
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