PS: Fuck the alliance and Horde4Life! ^^
Last edited by Fummockelchen; 2014-05-24 at 09:42 PM.
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I do notice the faction hate is way stronger within the Horde. Faction pride is fine, but spouting nonsense, being childish and using hyperboles isn't very becoming.
They used to say that Alliance has all the kids, but after all the comments from Horde players, I'd say it's the other way around.
I play both, and I say f the players, not the faction
Murder - Garrosh and Vol'jin have yet another clash of opinions about his warmongering at the newly-constructed Domination Point, resulting in Garrosh, long tested by the Darkspear chieftain's criticism, ordering his rival's outright murder (under the guise of Vol'jin being sent on a mission with the Kor'kron). Vol'jin survives the attempt on his life, and it is revealed that Garrosh had put the Darkspear Isles under martial law. Members of his own Horde join forces with former Warchief Thrall to liberate the isle, and take down Garrosh's men. As a deterrent, Thrall himself takes up the leadership of the isles in Vol'jin's absence.
Forcible transport of population - He forced the trolls to the slums and then out of Orgrimmar. Enforced disappearance of individuals. People did disappear under his rule, mostly because of independent actions of his Kor'kron elite.
Enslavement - The magnataurs, and they were enslaved and extorted into helping the Horde. Their children were held hostage. Which also covers the abductions.
Torture - Was inflicted on even the innocent within the walls of Orgrimmar. Killing of prisoners came with the torture. The humans were at War with the Orcs a long time ago, Yet Thrall and his other upstarts were sent to prison, not sentenced to death. Even in war, there is mercy. With Garrosh, there was NONE, and the influence of the Sha magnified it.
Wanton destruction of cities, towns, and villages not justified by military or civilian necessity - Any target Garrosh set to destroy, wipe from the face of the world, was, or could be a military necessity. Theramore as the glaring example, was the main base for all the Alliance incursions in the South Barrens, exposing the Tauren and every Horde village south of Crossroads. Theramore is the prime reason why Alliance was able to set a foothold in Stonetalon Mountains, thus stretching the front line all around the Horde. There were THOUSANDS of civilians who were forcibly held within the blast radius by Kor'kron Guards while the bomb was dropped.
As to the "Forced Pregnancy" - Garrosh ordered his allies to enslave Alexstrasza, and as she gave birth to more dragons, he would then use them as a weapon.
In the end, doesn't really matter. Just fun knowing that Garrosh will get his.
wage war for ages no one bats an eye, start getting a leg up on the enemy and youre a "war criminal" hue hue hue
So 'getting his' is great, if you mean 'getting doomhammers' or 'getting thralls' or 'getting sylvanas'' or 'getting nerzhuls' etc.
Just going to recap - it's seen as genocide by the alliance, it's seen as victory for the horde. They are a different species and a hostile one that has been at war with them since before garrosh was born.
Murder - voljin already said he would kill garrosh, Garrosh's act was not only fair as a warchief (disobeying & threatening is treason, voljin continuously disobeyed and threatened). The only reason it would be diffcult to publicly execute voljin is his popularity among trolls / tauren - he had no right to live as a member of the horde from the get-go.
Forcible transport - It is WAR, the alliance are ON THEIR DOORSTEP in the barrens. Garrosh chose to fortify orgrimmar and the trolls / goblins weren't really doing much to help. Garrosh did admit the taurens were useful
Torture - it's commonplace in warcraft. It has never been a crime in the alliance or horde previously who both took part it in PUBLICLY in the past. This is not earth, this is azeroth. Only a few organisations are 'against' torture and the horde / alliance are not them.
Not sure why you mentioned wanton destruction since you pretty much admitted it was a military target through and through. The alliance were not native to kalimdor last I knew, there was no reason for civilians to be there after they started using it as a landing base for all their pushing into dustwallow and barrens.
Force pregnancy - before garrosh was even born
You mean like mages do as common place with water elementals, of which jaina is the perfect example?dont forget the enslavement of magma giants/elementals/golems during the attack on theramore.