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1-29-2012 @ 1:25PM
Wow, I'm really disappointed. Can they please stop rehashing this story? I've read it a total of three times under the guise of "new Blood Elf/Lor'themar lore". Honestly! I get it! The girl writes really well in character! But it's not a literary masterpiece, nor is reading Lor'themar hold a wine glass or twist fabric in extreme detail that interesting! I hate how the belf's and draenei are being shelved like they are.People argue that since the Draenei are perfect, they have no story value. The Draenei aren't perfect, they are zealous. You know who else happened to be zealous? The Scarlet Crusade, look at their story. The Draenei just get away because they happen to be zealous to the right thing. Still, any extremist can be dangerous. Is it so hard for them to make a Draenei who believes he should destroy all the races that employ warlocks? Or maybe their could be a draenei that really hates orcs. Just cause Velen is super pious and virtuous doesn't mean every Draenei is. What about the new Draenei children being born? They probably don't have the same values or memories of the rest of the Draenei, DO SOMETHING WITH THEM.Same with the Blood Elves. They seem chummy with Sylvanas, maybe they're secretly helping her conquer human lands. They've rebuilt their nation, aren't they now ready to lash out against the race that doomed them? Also, I read somewhere (I hate not having a link) but I think it was a blue post saying that not all Blood Elves wish to relinquish their magic for that holy/arcane blend they have coming out of the Sunwell. Make a rebel faction!Honestly, whoever says the BC races have no story potential is full of crap. The Blizzard writers just are too busy focusing on Thrall, Sylvanas, Vol'jin, and new expansions. Therein lies the problem.
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