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08/11/2018 03:23 PMPosted by Gerttie
Except they didn’t fire on THEIR OWN PEOPLE. Lor’themar made sure of that.


Their action sure as hell were going to affect their own people regardless... you don´t have a complete grasp in Belf lore, right?

Cause if you had, you´d know that this:

I don’t think it cast him in a very good light accusing the people he left to rot to death outside of the sunwell’s influence and power.


Is canonwise impossible. No matter where the exiled elves live, the Sunwell energies WILL ALWAYS reach team and influence them in a cellular level (Blood of the Highborne; reason why Kael blew up the Sunwell the first time; reeason why *any* magic affecting the Sunwell is automathically a catastrophic level disaster for Belves AND Helves).

To put it simple, Umbric et al could not be left to "rott to detah outside of the Sunwell´s influence"... heck Lor´themar´s short story does have the Helf exiles expresing how they could perceive the returning incluence of nuSunwell in their lessened pangs of addiction.

You know what? Come back to complain over "muh evul Hordie elves" when you actually learn the lore.
08/11/2018 03:23 PMPosted by Gerttie
Except they didn’t fire on THEIR OWN PEOPLE. Lor’themar made sure of that.


I don't even think they need to. It's sufficient that the government (in this case, Lor'themar) considers them traitors. They (and you) might protest the label, but the traitors don't need to mutually agree to the label to be considered such.

They've thrown their lot in with the Alliance, and the Blood Elves are currently at war with the Alliance, thus they are traitors to the Blood Elves.
Baine was up there too eventhough he was against it. Lor'themar wasn't given any lines so we don't know where he stands. Plus they were all leaving. He surely wasn't going to stay behind

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