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11-15-2011 @ 1:33AM
"Therein lies the problem. Honourable. Opponent."Who says Ishanah would be an honorable opponent?As you said yourself, this is the woman who spent upwards of four decades fighting fel-addled orcs and the demonic forces of the Legion - a foe HARDLY known for playing fair. That's more than enough time to see a lot of drity tricks and learn a few of your own. Don't forget how the Aldor expected people to show their loyalty - by going out and savaging the Legion forces, bringing back offerings taken from the bodies of the Legion's fallen."Is she really going to busting out her full demon-stomping, back-to-the-wall, fleeing-survivors arsenal to teach this scrappy young thing his proper place?"Uh. Yes? Again, Ishanah and her order fought the Legion with their backs to the metaphorical wall for longer than most WoW players have been alive. These aren't people who fight conservatively - they'll hit hard and brutal, fighting tooth and nail because that's the only thing that kept them alive in the struggle against an ocean of demonic soldiers. Don't forget that it was ONLY the word of the naaru that persuaded the Aldor to let the Scryers into their precious city - and even then they refused to let the Scryers and their allies set foot inside their holy ground.It takes a lot of cojones to tell the saviors of your race, the avatars of your holy power, that you're going to set conditions on their deal.I don't think you're overestimating Tae'thelan, but I -do- think you're underestimating Ishanah.
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