Not gonna bother arguing with you, but you do realise that Thrall has been through just as much as Varian in his past and yet he turned out alright.Originally Posted by Aeorae
And everyone is speculating Gilneas Worgen, not other-worldy ones some random Nightelf ended up summoning via the Scythe of Elune.
- Other-worldly Worgen, sure they have the possibility of being Alliance material if Varian wants them. Currently, Horde (or at least the Forsaken) have alot of ties fighting Worgen in Silverpine which are most likely summoned Worgen, as Arugal could summon them himself. While Pyrewood Village is an example of cursed Humans turning into Worgen. IIRC the only time Forsaken killed any Pyrewood Worgen was to research the enchanted shackles that Arugal put on the inhabitants, so Dalar Dawnweaver could make a remedy for the Worgen curse.
- Gilnean Worgen however can be made to join any side depending on Blizzards beliefs and how they wanna make their Lore. Depending if the whole Gilneas nation was cursed, or if only a certain population was turned. Whole nation would most likely mean Alliance Worgen, while a smaller population could possibly be Horde Worgen, considering the fact the Gilnean humans would imprison/kill them on sight for being Wolfmen. Then they eventually take over the nation, possibly find out who cursed them into being beasts, kill Arugal (which is one of the Forsakens main enemies in Silverpine) and get invited into the Horde for helping out the Forsaken by stopping the cursing from continuing.
Just my 2 cents.
EDIT: Just remembered, in Pyrewood theres a supposed Forsaken under the Worgen curse named (Apothecary Berard(?)) which could influence Worgen being Horde in the end too.
EDIT 2: Changed Dalar Dawnrunner to Dawnweaver.