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12-23-2011 @ 5:55PM
i agree and disagree... your looking at the night elves from a view they themselves haven't had for a millenia...they are just now starting to re-assimilate, relegating Malfurion to this simple "force of nature" is errant as well, he is the consumate hero, the needs of the few outweigh the needs of the many, he understands that more than anything else... he may not be current with the world and have appropriate understand of how the night elves have to fit into the current alliance, but that would be the case with any leader than had been trapped away from reality for all intents and purposes for thousands of years....Mal and Tyrande need to work more as a unit, there needs to be a level of parity, i agree she is a strong leader in her own right. and she needs a central role in the leadership of the kaldorei as a whole, i think there needs to be a conflict and and understanding the two of them have different paths, that will eventually intertwine, but for now they remain separate in the sense that she has the welfare of her people in mind while he has the welfare of the planet at heart, and for that reason they will always be odds with each other. blizzard needs to show that more often if they will ever strengthen her as a character. and on top of it... if you think about Malfurions view.. have witnessed what he did... he probably doesn't care as little for his kin as you think... but as a whole the Kaldorei have alot of sins to atone for, and they've just barely begun to do so... that might be part of the reason Malfurion doesn't hold the plight of his people as near and dear to his heart as some might think. i don't think Tyrande is weak. understated maybe. but blizzs reluctance to put her in direct conflict with Mal outside of a few books really highlights poor story making if anything else..
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