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7-01-2010 @ 2:30AM
@DraelanThe problem with Centaurs playing nice with Tauren is that they've been fighting, according to both their histories, since the dawns of their respective races. It's not a rational territory dispute, it's a religious crusade, on the Tauren side at least. It was, in fact, the entire motivation behind finally settling in a city, rather than continuing with hunting-gathering. Rather than the Forsaken or Blood Elves giving the Orcs a second chance, it'd be more akin to Sylvannus coming up to Lich King to give him a big wet kiss.The trolls and Blood elves get along in the horde because both factions have but a fraction of their original populations and are both outnumbered and surrounded. In essence, they have no choice. Hell, despite that, some troll and elfs did in fact break off from the rest when they realized who they'd be dealing with. The Tauren are no where near that desperate. You are doubtless correct about the Centaurs realizing they have bigger problems and being willing to finally deal, but I don't think the Tauren would listen. If the leadership of the horde forced the Centuars down their throats, like they did when the Blood Elves joined up, a signifigant portion of Thunder Bluff's population would probably revolt. Remember The Battle for the Undercity? Remember Zul'Aman? The Tauren do.
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