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8-29-2008 @ 9:59AM
"Varian, though, even the statue of him that's been built in Valiance Keep is badass. I can very much see him and Thrall being (awesomely) antagonistic forces, as Varian's story since his kidnapping has effectively mirrored the story of Thrall's youth, just swap Orcs for Humans in every instance and there you go."If that's true about Varian then the escalation between Orcs/Humans you're suggesting would be unlikely. Thrall's background with the humans while growing up led him to become a diplomat and a human [i]sympathizer[/i], however unwise. His experience proffered the ideal that Humans and Orcs needed to cooperate if they were ever going to stop warring and get along -- if Varian and Thrall's experiences were similar, he may come to a similar conclusion
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