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Varian Wrynn hates the Horde {WoW}

Nov 26th 2008 11:35AM Hellscream is young and he is looked to as a leader. Thrall has to give him a chance, but obviously he dosnt trust him completely because he sent Saurfang to watch him. Hellscream did not experience the felblood or the things that transpired after the taint. But he is looked to by Orcs as a future leader and Thrall wants to make him a great leader but I am sure if he begins to step too far out of line then its cleave city.

Varian Wrynn hates the Horde {WoW}

Nov 25th 2008 5:59PM If I undestand the previous quests up to Wrathgate correctly. I am inclined to think those times we encountered quests that led to the betrayal of Putress ( i.e. those in Tarren Mill and Swamp of Sorrows )where it becomes evident that a plan exists to destroy all but the forsaken, that these were all precursors of Putress and the Apothecaries plot to create the Blight. I dont believe Sylvanus had any intention to wipe out her allies, I believe she just wanted to make Scourge pay. I may be wrong but it was Putress who added everyone else to the list of those to be destroyed. His betrayal has been brewing since WoW started and it comes to a head in Wrath. Thrall accepts others that the alliance would normally shun. Usually after a fall and notice when they join the horde they eventually redeme themselves. They merely needed allies to protect them while they worked some stuff out. Look at the bloodelves. Once members of the alliance. Where once they syphoned and used the light of a corrupt Naaru, they eventually shunned their prince who led them down the path then procured a natural and good source of the light in the new and improved Sunwell. And now Sylvanus and the Forsaken have purged thmselves of an evil element that had been festering for sometime in the undercity. It appears they are on a path to redemption. So in short Thrall takes in the troubled and gives them the support they need. And notice in their acceptance they tend to become better. The Orcs genuinely regret what they did and as we see with the toughest among them it occupies their thoughts. Hellscream is a jackass that if he remains unchecked he could undo some of the good Thrall has done. Luckily Sauerfang has got him in his sites so if he goes too far he might have a cleave in his future. Even more dangerous is Varian to the alliance. If they sit idle and let Varian do what he seems to desire to do, he will make the alliance capable of the atrocities commited by the demon blood orcs and find themselves in the same state of regret.
So anyway all I am saying is this is a good article but allies need to appreciate the fact that the Horde is not the one Varian thinks it is. Victory or Death, as it would be in common. For the Horde.

Caption This! {WoW}

Oct 21st 2008 12:06PM Stampi always knew that it didn't add up. He couldn't dance to Deathmetal like Ma and Pa. He didn't sound or move like them. One day he his thermos and his lamp would set out to find his roots and his destiny. Little did he know that fate would make him Thunder Bluffs premier Auctioneer.

Scattered Shots: What we didn't get {WoW}

Oct 9th 2008 6:06PM Totally agree they undermined the reasons SV hunters became SV hunters. We wanted to be a raid utility focused more on the success of the raid and not with us pwning dps charts. Now we are totally ruined and forced to Spec BM or MM if we want to help the raid.

Caption This! {WoW}

Oct 7th 2008 6:42PM Bow chicka WoW WoW!!!