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11-14-2011 @ 8:43AM
I fully expect the entire zone of Ashenvale to look exactly like the Warsong Lumber Camp, should the Horde win in Ashenvale. Which is not too hard to imagine, since with Theramore gone, they can attack Ashenvale with every Horde soldier on Kalimdor, because without Theramore, Northwatch hold and the remaining Alliance troops in the Southern Barrens should be very easy to destroy too. (And, btw, I know EXACTLY how Theramore will be razed. Shamans. Earthquakes. In the middle of the night. Followed by massive firebombing of the rubble from Goblin Zeppelins. And grunts rushing in to wipe out whatever is left. At least, that's how I would do it. The destruction of Durnholde Keep but on a much larger scale. And since there are no shamans in Theramore, it can't be countered or predicted. Also, I predict Jaina's death during the attack. Big deal.) Anyway, with the Theramore forces being history, the Horde have no southern front on Kalimdor, which means that they have forces freed to deforest Ashenvale and wipe out all the Night Elves and Ancients. Again, that's what I'd do. The forest will grow back in a few decades. (And until then, the Horde can get wood from Dustwallow Marsh or Feralas.) But the Night Elves and the Ancients will stay dead. And given the exceedingly poor performance of Night Elves vs. Orcs in combat, having the Kaldorei pushed off the mainland all the way back to Teldrassil it's not much of a loss for the Alliance if you ask me. BTW, since Nordrassil is alive, we don't really NEED Teldrassil, do we? I wonder if a great number of Horde shamans can create an earthquake big enough to make it fall? ;-)
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