Remember when the alliance destroyed a peaceful village

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10/12/2018 06:45 PMPosted by Ragarèn
10/12/2018 06:42 PMPosted by Kemal
They trained soldiers in Teldrassil, so by Alliance logic if Camp Taurajo was a legitimate military target because it trained and supplied soldiers, then so was Teldrassil.

The Night Elves knew The Dark Lady was coming. They should have run while they still could.


Hawthorne made an effort (noted by Baine) to spare civilian lives, and reduce the casualties. Sylvanas on the other hand purposely murdered civilians, so the two events are not close to being similar.
oh what an effort, they all died due to the atack though. Maximum effort, Hawthorne. Alliance logic...
10/12/2018 06:03 PMPosted by Darkazemaru
IT WAS ALL CIVILIANS. AND THEY ALL DIED.


Not killed by the Alliance. They were killed by nearby quillboar, which were aggressive because THE HORDE ATTACKED THEM. The civilians' deaths are on the Horde's hands.

10/12/2018 06:03 PMPosted by Darkazemaru
When you set the spirit of the flight master to rest he begs you to flee while he buys you time until he realizes it's already over. Does that sound like "they were given warning" or "the civilians were allowed to flee".

It was an Inn, a Leather working trainer, and a flight master. Those were the main "features" of that town, and they were all wiped out.


As stated multiple times, the only Tauren killed by the Alliance were those who resisted. They were allowed to run. Here's a little quote I found here:

10/12/2018 06:42 PMPosted by Kemal
The Night Elves knew The Dark Lady was coming. They should have run while they still could.


The Tauren knew that the Alliance was coming. They should have run. But since they didn't, their deaths are 100% justified. Is... is this Horde logic?

10/12/2018 06:03 PMPosted by Darkazemaru
Stop making excuses. The Alliance got an unquestionably "bad guy" moment. I hate that there is this weird alternate version of events floating out there. What the commander wanted doesn't align with the actions of his soldiers. The "nice" version of events is what he WANTED them to do... they didn't.


There were two soldiers that went out of line, and they were immediately arrested. TWO. Meanwhile, the majority of the Horde is going along with Sylvanas Windhitler and her genocidal plans.

10/12/2018 06:03 PMPosted by Darkazemaru
Can you really not accept that some people one your side were out of line?


We did. Those people were arrested.
10/12/2018 06:42 PMPosted by Kemal
10/12/2018 06:32 PMPosted by Bruvnondus
Sorry guys, but after Teldrassil you've lost your right to be outraged about anything. We could raze Mulgore to the ground, and it'd be every bit as morally justifiable as invading Icecrown was. When your faction is the expansions big bad, every option is on the table.


They trained soldiers in Teldrassil, so by Alliance logic if Camp Taurajo was a legitimate military target because it trained and supplied soldiers, then so was Teldrassil.

The Night Elves knew The Dark Lady was coming. They should have run while they still could.

There is a difference between marching an army in and nuking the site from a distance. There is a difference between invading while attempting to minimize noncombatant casualties and literally attempting to burn everyone and everything to death. There is a difference between taking control of a strategic point and attempting to completely break the will of an entire nation.

Pretty sure you actually realize all that, though.
10/12/2018 06:57 PMPosted by Bravado
oh what an effort, they all died due to the atack though. Maximum effort, Hawthorne. Alliance logic..


This logic...

Basically saying " I don't care what the lore says, I read it this way so it happened that way, therefore they are evil".

The Camp taurajo whiners are almost as delusional as sylvanas fanboys.
I love you all!
The commander there left an opening in the line so the tauren could escape, a lot of them did but unknown to the alliance commander that was into quilboar territory. That is why there were even people who escaped to the crossroads, the commander has you then arrest looters of the camp, then the horde kills the commander and blows up a dwarf city in the side of a mountain in retaliation.

I don't think you know much about Taurajo at all. It's unlike something like southshore where the horde blight an entire city and allow for no survivors. Or where the horde sank unarmed civilian ships of Gilnean and then scalp some and shoot at the drowning people in the water. The horde did much much worse things in Cata, not even including Theramore.
Yes but we also turned those responsible over to the horde if you did the a side quest...horde has yet to hand over sylv, we also gave warning before hand for them all to leave
10/12/2018 07:31 AMPosted by Caelin
"For his own part, High Chieftain Baine Bloodhoof accepted that Camp Taurajo was a legitimate military target, as they did train hunters and warriors there, and knows that Hawthorne refused to have its civilians slaughtered"

#RememberTheTruthAboutCampTaurajo

Much better OP, at least now you are trying.


how about you stop complaining about theramore then?
Taurajo looter: "Have we cleaned out the inn yet? Burn the rest of it when your done."

Taurajo looter: "Grab anything you think you can fence. Time is wasting. I want this place picked clean before they counter attack."

Krulmo : "I ran to wake the others when the attack hit. Were they able to escape? I tried to fight off the soldiers with a skinning knife."

Yonada : "Alliance! They've surrounded the camp! What are they doing here? Why are they attacking Taurajo? Get the children. Run! RUN!"

Omusa : "No. Stay with the others. Escort them north, away from the fighting. I will stay here with the wyverns and cover your escape. GO! .......Wait. Is it over? I've been run through....Ah. Of course. I understand now. I am expected elsewhere."

Dranh : "I can feel the embrace now of all living things, the Earth mother's eternal peace. Thank you."
10/12/2018 07:21 PMPosted by Izhkarl
Taurajo looter: "Have we cleaned out the inn yet? Burn the rest of it when your done."

Taurajo looter: "Grab anything you think you can fence. Time is wasting. I want this place picked clean before they counter attack."


You do know the commander order the player to arrest the looters right? That's pretty much all the alliance player does there, arresting looters and sending them to the stockades.
10/12/2018 07:15 PMPosted by Yasudra
how about you stop complaining about theramore then?


Yeah except the horde tortured the captured civilians of Theramore for fun.
Remember when the Horde nuked an entire Druid outpost? Killing Horde and Alliance alike? For no reason whatsoever?
10/12/2018 07:28 AMPosted by Garrondorf
No one cares if the bad guys die.


Guess that explains why I was cheering when Teldrassil burned.
No, I don't because that never happened. No matter how much Horde players keep parroting it doesn't change it.

Taurajo was a military target(stated by the tauren leader himself) and the Alliance left holes in their line for civilians to escape.
10/12/2018 07:48 AMPosted by Withpuppys
i remember how the alliance went out of their way to let the civilians escape.


The alliance was also forewarned about Theramore by Baine and the civilian populace was evacuated before the attack leaving only the military forces behind.

So Theramore was a perfectly justified attack on a military outpost :).
10/12/2018 07:44 PMPosted by Nakkiel
10/12/2018 07:48 AMPosted by Withpuppys
i remember how the alliance went out of their way to let the civilians escape.


The alliance was also forewarned about Theramore by Baine and the civilian populace was evacuated before the attack leaving only the military forces behind.

So Theramore was a perfectly justified attack on a military outpost :).


Except that the Horde then captured the citizens and tortured and killed them.
10/12/2018 07:52 AMPosted by Verheinen
10/12/2018 07:25 AMPosted by Bravado
Camp Taurajo. Literally just innocent women and children, yet alliance burned it down and killed them all simply because they heard a rumor that it was a place where horde soldiers trained...

#rememberthechildrenofTaurajo
what a stupid post

Understatement.

#nowiknowwhatswrongwithhordeplayers
10/12/2018 07:46 PMPosted by Iyoma
Except that the Horde then captured the citizens and tortured and killed them.


They probably fought back like those Tauren yea or how about those innocent Blood Elves in Dalaran? So justified in the words of the Alliance.
10/12/2018 07:38 AMPosted by Vãrick
Don't lecture me, OP! I see through the lies of the Alliance. I do not fear the dark lady as you do. I have brought peace, freedom, justice, and security to my new Horde.


Your human head farm is ready to be harvested.
10/12/2018 07:44 PMPosted by Nakkiel
10/12/2018 07:48 AMPosted by Withpuppys
i remember how the alliance went out of their way to let the civilians escape.


The alliance was also forewarned about Theramore by Baine and the civilian populace was evacuated before the attack leaving only the military forces behind.

So Theramore was a perfectly justified attack on a military outpost :).


Yes! It was a justified attack!
But the method and what followed was that it was criminal!
That bomb could destroy part of Kalimdor and even Azeroth's death wound, but the horde did not care if it meant a victory!

The attack was not criminal, but using a mana bomb, after stealing an artifact of the blue dragonflight, including killing the members of this dragonflight, to create a weapon of mass destruction was malignant, as it killed even dragons who were neutral (the Horde loves to attack neutral people and dragons, obviously ) and the civilians who were captured outside the city were used by the korkrons as a target practice or put on fighting quarters and forced to fight each other to death for the fun of the horde !

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