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3-21-2012 @ 5:27PM
The only explanation I can see that makes sense of Tirion's inaction is that he honestly doesn't know. After all, he's busy running Hearthglen, and he has these loyal lieutenants that presumably deal with the outside world and bring what he needs to know to his attention.These advisors know damn well what Tirion would do if he knew (or even suspected) what the Forsaken are up to with their Val'kyr in and around Andorhal, so he gets fed a... sanitized... version of the reports from there. Why would they do this? The advisors think that they've got plenty on their plate with the Western Plaguelands in general, Balnazzar's Scarlet Crusaders, and the Scourge remnants in the Scholomance and Stratholme. Adding the Forsaken (and presumably the rest of the Horde) to their enemies would stretch the Crusade too thin even if none of the Argent Crusaders balked at fighting their homelands, and some would.Related thought: What are the odds that Sylvanas makes friends with the now-independent Darkmaster Gandling? Hearthglen and the Crusaders there are likely to be a problem for both the Forsaken and the Scholomance.
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