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3-21-2012 @ 12:26PM
"Malfurion Stormrage, co-leader of the Cenarion Circle and co-leader of the night elves, doesn't seem to blink an eye. He doesn't apparently care about any of this"So this is my biggest gripe with Malfurion as a Character. He should in no way be in any kind of leadership position when it comes to NE matters. He isn't an alliance leader, he is a neutral faction leader, yet they are building him to be the co-ruler of the NE, and in some cases it almost seems like he is detroning Tyrande. One of the most out of place scenes in WoW occurs in the quest line that you help Agra save Thrall. At the end of theof the quest-line when Thrall and Agra get hitch you see more people have join the celebration and one in particular still haunts me to ask "What is she doing there?". That one person is Tyrande. Why is Tyrande there at all? Is she there to support Malfurion in the joining of the Cenartion Circle and the Earthern Ring? I mean here is one prime example of Malfurion character not being defined. Did he drag Tyrande there or did she go there on her own? Surely she must resent Thrall who put Garosh in charge, who is the person killing her people yet Malfurion doesn't mind.Neutral factions should either go away or be in noway aligned to any Alliance/Horde faction. Like Anne sugest the only way for these groups to survive would be for them to be dynamic, to have a purpose after their goals have been met/satisfied, the Argent Crusade while having a clear oppourtinity to do some work just when in and settle down leaving everything they stand behind.
3-22-2012 @ 2:15AM
The reason she was there is because Tyrande fought alongside Thrall at the Battle for Mt. Hyjal. And if im not mistaken, in Stormrage, Thrall attended Her wedding to Malfurion.
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