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11-06-2011 @ 12:50PM
I really hate when people go on like this about such-and-such race should leave. People NEVER look at this from both sides of the equation. Alliances aren't formed for the benefit of one faction. It goes both ways. No sane member of the Horde is going to let the Blood Elves go so easily, just as a start. The Sunwell is arguably one of the strongest forces on Azeroth. During the Second War the magisters were able to use it to protect the entirety of Silvermoon from dragon attacks, and the only reason they didn't use it similarly during the Third was because Villain Sue sold them out. Then there's the fact that they're arguably the most knowledgable mages in Azeroth. What makes you think anyone would want to lose such a resource?There's also the fact that this isn't Anasterian's Quel'Thalas anymore. That kind of isolationism ended rather abruptly when their wagon train to the family reunion on another planet got nipped in the bud. It's been proven a couple of times now that it's a tremendously bad idea for them to try to go it alone, and I think people are seriously understating their attachment to Sylvanas. I don't see anyone in Sunfury Spire being especially pleased about the turn she's taken. And as much as I hate that ridiculous fanfic about Lor'themar, it is canon, and they weren't even feeling it when she had to twist their arm about Northrend, *before* all this other shit went down. No, I don't think they're going anywhere. If Sylvanas goes rogue, she's going to be doing it on her own, and the Horde's going to need the Blood Elves to stop her.
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