Its not like he literally witnessed all the kinds of fun things which the Forsaken did in the Undercity Apothecarium first-hand. But I guess those humans were organ-donors too, old boy. Am I right?
For instance, this brave woman donated her brain to the Forsaken, so they could study it and cure all sorts of ailments.
Gerard Abernathy says: It was simple once I broke her spirit.
Gerard Abernathy says: Everyone has a weakness, it’s just a matter of finding it.
Gerard Abernathy says: I managed to discover that certain parts of the brain when removed or stimulated will make the subject much more docile.
Gerard Abernathy says: You don’t expect me to give up all of my secrets, do you?
Gerard Abernathy says: A little torture, a pinch of magic, and an ample helping of invasive surgery. She was conscious, of course.
Gerard Abernathy says: A little ritual torture can go a long way.
Poor innocent Sylvanas, blamed for Putress and Varimathras, so unjust is Varian in his evil accusations and Alliance Imperialism.
Tracking Putress to the Apothecarium, Varian and Jaina defeated him. But to Varian’s horror, they also discovered dozens of mutilated and defiled human corpses, on which the Apothecary Society experimented on to create the New Plague. Realizing that, although the Alliance and Horde agreed to a small truce over the years, the Forsaken had been secretly creating a means to kill them all.
The tragic story of how human racism and warmongering destroyed the First Forsaken clinic developing cures for Azeroth’s diseases. I bet the primitive brutes didn’t even know what surgery is!
The Royal Apothecary Society is actually the Varimathrassian Apothecary Society, but the evil writers retconned it to make Sylvanas more evil.
Someone said it in an interview once, true story.