Last edited by Combatbulter; 2013-07-11 at 06:47 PM.
He who sees his own doom can better avoid its path. He who sees the doom of others can deliver it.
But, this is impossible to apply on people that is not your own, people that you forced to join you from the beginning. The Alliance will be forced to resort to strength and even ruthlessness if truly want to keep people that has been enemies for countless years united, because hate, distrust, fear and grudge doesn't magically dissapear from one day to another, and when internal conflicts will rise up, ofcourse the ones oppressed for put an end to them will be the ex-Horde members, not the Alliance ones for sure. And the same would be if the Horde forced the Alliance to join them.
These two factions are too different and full of so much bad feelings between them for seriously hope to maintain such an unstable reign with kindness and generosity, also because, as always, the will of the leaders wouldn't be the will of all of their people.
Last edited by Zulkhan; 2013-07-11 at 07:07 PM.
These characters in the siege probably only 'die' if the encounter fails. Or the encounter fails if they die. Their deaths won't be canon.