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3-21-2012 @ 12:37PM
I despise both Tyrande and Malfurion equally for just this reason alone.As I play Alliance, I just dont understand their non-action in Astranaar. As a Night Elf,it pains me to go through that zone and see firsthand the destruction of my homeland,and my people.And to see Malfurion and his "trophy wife" do nothing as the horde cuts down the trees sickens me,which is sad,considering Tyrande WAS a hellion in WCIII,and now shes just wallpaper in Malfurion's great plan.(and yes,i realize this isnt real....please just go with it,ok?)And really,what the night elves need is a leader,ANYONE,other than those two,to actually lead.I havealways said that my real leader,the one i would die for if given the choice,would be Jaina Proudmoore.A HUMAN!! At least Jaina has an opinion and not just a mouthpiece for Varian. Yeah,I went there!!
3-21-2012 @ 12:57PM
Someone in my opinion who would be a good fit for NE leader would be Kur'thalos Ravencrest YEA I know he is dead, but blizz did say if we wanted someone resurrected would woudl it be be; Him). Talk about a NE who cared about NE's and he wasn't afraid to get his hands dirty to get the job done. If they can ressurect him ad put him in a position of powe, h yea! Orcs beware hell will be grought upon you.
3-21-2012 @ 4:59PM
@Kitairra:Have you read Wolfheart?Tyrande was near the frontlines guiding her people (with some help from Elune) when Garrosh's forces invaded (and wounded her arm)
3-21-2012 @ 10:41PM
Ahh, WCIII...If WoW was written with WCIII characterisation in mind, then Malfurion would have forbidden Tyrande from fighting the Horde in Ashenvale.And Tyrande would have gone OH HELL NO, marched straight into Astranaar, fucked the Horde's shit up and flipped Malfurion off from atop a pile of arrow-ridden corpses.RIP WCIII Tyrande.
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