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3-21-2012 @ 10:47AM
It's not like the orcs that were fighting in the first and second war are long dead and the orcs living now are their great-great-great-grandsons. It's only been around 20 years since the end of the second war and many of the orcs who fought back then are still fighting right now. Sure, there's also a younger generation, but even that generation were mostly kids back then and they all saw their parents killing and murdering. Few adult orcs were born after the second war.
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