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12-21-2011 @ 5:20PM
I never looked at the situation as a whole before and yeah that seems to make a lot of sense. It kinda seems like one of those situations where the girl is in love with the arrogance that she has mistaken for confidence. Also, now that I think about it. Malfurion seems a lot like Fandral. The only difference being that Fandral actually cared about a family and even his people, though, it seemed a bit more like a politician that believes he and only he knows what's best for his people rather than listening to his people.Though, it would be nice if when she asked for help it sounded more like a request from one adult to another rather than the whining of a child, even though that is probably how she views herself with Elune. It's just so damn annoying to hear it over and over again.
12-21-2011 @ 5:48PM
But isn't Illidan the one with the Arrogance mistaken for Confidence?Malfurion is something else, more of a "Hollistic Anarchist", mistaken for Confidence. He cares very little for powers and politics, and even most normal relationships (Other than Tyrande). It's seems that Tyrande has a streak of this herself (as likely most of the previously-immortal NElves may do), as evidenced by her willingness to slay some of the watchers and a keeper to free Illidan, but otherwise doesn't let it trump her responsibilities to her people and her goddess. Maybe part of what draws her to Malfurion is that she recognises the necessity for such drastic actions, but as she cannot often do them herself, she admires Malfurions wild abandon, while also potentially providing a foil for him when he needs it (note their initial disagreement with working with the horde and alliance forces in WC3)
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