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11-30-2011 @ 10:34PM
@ TransitYeah and how could that POSSIBLY be the Draenei's fault?The demons looked exactly like the dead orc ancestors in Oshu'gon.When they said "The Draenei will destroy the world and kill you all you must get them first, the Orcs went mad with bloodlust, because that's what Orcs do. They kill their enemies.Ner'Zhul knew/suspected in his heart all along that something was wroong but when he finally listened to his heart and checked, it was too late. And when he came out of Oshu'gon, Gul'dan WHO KNEW THE TRUTH ABOUT THE LEGION, took over.No amount of warning about the Burning Legion would have helped. When the shamans became warlocks and started summoning demons (which they didn't know what they were at first) and channel fel energy, they had already been butchering Draenei for months and gone waaay past the point of no return. Without the Spirits to help them, they would lose against the Draenei, so fel energies were their only hope of victory.So they poisoned their own world. And then Ner'zhul blew it up by opening too many portals at once. Neither of which can be blamed on the Draenei. Because when the day is done, the Orcs may not have liked being manipulated by the Legion, but exterminating a whole race? Not a big deal. They were enemies, after all. And Doomhammer showed clearly that even an uncorrupted Orc has no problem with genocide. He didn't have any problem with it on Draenor, either. All the Orcs needed was someone to point them at the Draenei, and the rest is history."But Thrall is different!" Thrall was raised by humans. He doesn't count. And the vast majority of the Orcs thinks that mass murder is perfectly fine, as long as it's people on the other side. The other Horde races tend to disagree ofc, (even the Forsaken had to be FORCED into battle) but who listens to those weaklings?
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