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2-06-2012 @ 12:34AM
I think you misunderstand me.Anne writes -"And when the world went kaboom, Garrosh decided this was a sign that the Horde should happily go about grabbing as much land as possible and killing any Alliance that stood in the way."and"In the Eastern Kingdoms, the earthquakes from Deathwing's emergence had knocked over the Greymane Wall, letting the Forsaken make a move to eradicate the Gilneans and take over the port town as part of Garrosh's land grab efforts."and"In short, Deathwing shattered the world, and the Horde decided to take advantage of this, escalating the Horde-Alliance conflict in a major way."I know everyone is eager to claim bias one way or the other, but the Alliance did make some gains this expansion, and it would be fair to mention them. Especially if you're going to repeatedly talk about the gains made and attempted by the Horde.
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