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12-21-2011 @ 6:21PM
I'd have to say I disagree with the "Malfurion doesnt care about the alliance and is 100% neutral". Couple of reasons why: 1.Wolfheart and his role in Alliance politics with regards to the Gilneans.2. He's hostile to Horde anywhere but where Horde as permitted to help in large multi-facion offensives.3.Malfurion, not Tyrande, was the first to be open to working with others on behalf of the Night Elves. (See WC3)4. Just because he, Malfurion, can see that Ragnaros & Deathwing are bigger threats to the world, and thus his people, does not mean he is ok with the Horde attacking Ashenvale. It means hes busy handling more important matters than a base in Ashenvale. Not to mention hes also tied up in doing things like holding Darkshore, a bastion of Night Elves, together. And hes not soley responsible for Leyara's child's death - I ask you where Tyrande's response was? Shes been the leader of the Night Elves militarily for thousands of years. Malfurion does Druids, not Sentinels.
12-22-2011 @ 7:50PM
Tyrande and the Sentinels are fighting againat the Horde. And losing. Horribly. One of the reasons for this is that the druids (which are 85% Night Elves or something like that) and Cenarius himself has declared neutrality instead of thundering like an avalance down into Ashenvale and rip every Orc, Troll and Tauren they find there to shreads and feed them to the Nightsabers.
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