...Where in the world are people getting this idea that the naga are a non-hostile race with the slightest bit of sympathy for either the Alliance or the Horde?
Has he really recruited sha? Even by Garrosh standards that seems just insane.
The blackrock orcs were somewhat rationalized by the way you help them overthrow the fel orc from outland
Naga I don't see why not, the blood elves would totally vouch for them.
Satyr probably not, they're night elves (eww) turned into demons (double eww, slay them all!)
There's certain things he can get away with, in his eyes: the Alliance use warlocks, so if he doesn't, then he will be at a disadvantage. The Sha technically isn't demonic, so it doesn't count. Actually willingly ally with non-summoned (read: controlled) demons? Not a chance.
And Satyrs don't have anything to do with demon hunters or blademasters, the former is more in retaliation to satyrs and demons in general, and the latter is an orcish thing.
In truth the Fel Horde was the most destructive Force to ever exist on the 2 planets (destroyed a planet and almost conquered a whole continent of the other planet).
The Burning Legion were so fools to empower the Horde that much, in the end after Alliance defeat, the Fel Horde would have turned on the Legion aswell and destroy it at their very home.
You saw the strength of a Fel Grom Hellscream, you saw Gul'dan apocalyptic acts, imagine Fel Gul'dan, imagine Fel Doomhammer, or Fel Ner'zhul.
A full scale assault at the command of such leaders would have destroyed the Legion into pieces.
Fel Gul'dan would have colapsed their whole planet on them. Only if all those leaders would have been united like brothers. I mean Gul'dan should have helped Doomhammer defeat the Aliance, and then Doomhammer to help Gul'dan seek the Eye of Sargeras.
I would think Garrrosh is smarter about this matter and accept the fact that the Old Horde was 10 times stronger than this Horde.
Last edited by keksplace; 2012-12-24 at 09:39 AM.
For the TRUE Horde, the ONLY Horde.