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11-13-2011 @ 4:32PM
On the contrary, I am an Orc, and I consider *us* to be the good guys. Who took an infant orc and raised him to be a gladiator? Who kept the Orcs in internment camps for decades? Humans, that's who. *spit*
11-13-2011 @ 6:01PM
Oh, so invading Azeroth & preemptively razing Stormwind is alright? Cool.
11-13-2011 @ 8:42PM
Yes, I am SURE that has NOTHING to at all to do with the Horde doing all they can to EXTERMINATE the humans, the dwarves, the elves and the draenei, merrily cheered on by their Warchief who, may I add, never drank demon blood, was still a butchering psychopath and got the honor of the capitol of the so-called "honorable" orcs named after him. I can't see how any Orc player can whine about the Orcs being held in camps when the same Orcs killed entire cities full of men, women and children and never took any prisoner at all. Especially since, guess what? The orcs are doing it again now, trying to expand everywhere they can and exterminating entire cities to get more Lebensraum. Or more mats. Or just cutting down trees and letting them rot to because they should have the right to do what they want. Or just attacking because they love to fight. Or for fun. Whatever.The sad thing is that this time, the Horde don't have deranged forest trolls and stupid ogres in their ranks, but consists of nations that aren't particulary interested in expansion of expansion's sake or going into war just because that's what warriors are supposed to do, but races that, supposedly, need a reason beyond Lok'tar Ogar to attack neighboring countries. Doesn't change anything, appereantly. Except maybe the outcome of the battles since the other Horde racial leaders are aware that they can win more battles with better tactics than the Frontal Charge.
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