I know that so many people warble on about how there needs to be war in warcraft - Well, I think that us fighting the Legion together was very much a war. Let's keep it to that, as I'm getting sick of going in and out of hostilities with the Alliance.And for anyone who needs a reason for PVP still working - "Under this decree, our soldiers, our Champions of Azeroth, may still fight each other - Both in the training exercises of Warsong, Arathi, and so on...And in the field, if they see fit. They must keep their skills sharp for the coming days. But when it comes time to work together, they must do so without hesitation." There. It really is that bloody easy.
If you're going to accuse me of not checking my facts only to do the exact thing yourself (there were no civilians in theramore, the city was warned days in advance to give them time to evacuate everyone, which they did) then this discussion is over.Basically EVERYTHING you said about theramore is factually and objectively wrong. 1:) there were no civilians there. 2:) the mana bomb was planned for and deployed by garrosh acting alone, which is why several horde soldiers died in the blast too, and why every single horde leaders heavily condemned the attack.If you're just going to fabricate your own fan fiction to suit your warped narrative, then I have nothing more to say.Thanks for illustrating so perfectly what I was saying about alliance history revisionism.
Taurejo: Trains horde warriors and the general attacking it leaves a gap in the lines so non-combatants can flee. When conscripted criminals were caught looting the place, they were all arrested. It's not the same as attacking a military base but it would be the same as attacking a city that has a military base in it.Then at the rough same time, you have the blighting of Hillsbrad, the invasion of Gilneas, and the bombing of a school of children. Only the last of those three was condemned. Hell, invading Gilneas wasn't permitted by the warchief, it was ORDERED.And the real kicker is that both times a Warchief is deposed by the Horde, it's never "They've gone too far and have to be stopped because they're insane." It's always "They're a threat to us now and have to be stopped before they kill us too."And don't pull that "They didn't have to intern the orcs!" nonsense. The blood rage burnt out over month and years. It's not comparable to real life. In real life, you have people fighting for their homeland, not literally paving roads with the bones of civilians.Yes, yes. The orcs were corrupted by the fel. Yet when Garrosh shows up and says "Hey, don't drink the fel, it'll (not really) result in us being wiped out entirely. Instead, take this deathwheel and conquer our neighbors and a whole new world with it." Remember, Grom wasn't deposed because he was evil. He was deposed because he was a failure. None of the other orcs besides the Frostwolves and a handful of Shadowmoon thought "Hey, maybe we shouldn't be genociding the draenei. It's kinda mean." They all thought, "This idiot can't even conquer a world properly. We should support Gul'dan instead."
Also, fun fact about the Purging of Dalaran: Jaina was a neutral faction leader at the time. She'd even lectured the players about the need for both factions to work together. THEN she was betrayed by some of the Sunreavers and decided to purge them from Dalaran and align the city with the Alliance.