The people who had not had their kingdoms ruined by the undead, and less of a reason to be afraid of them. There are some nuances here you gloss over.
And they were right to do so, because the forsaken are just like the scourge.
It drove Thalyssra away.
She did not compare anyone to Azshara or Elisande. She wanted affrimation that Thalyssra would not turn out the same way.
No. It proves that one person in the Alliance has reservations about powerful arcane magic users, with good reason. The fact that you describe the event like that shows that you are incapable or unwilling to differentiate groups from individuals… Talk about embarassing.
They hid beneath a dome and did next to nothing during the war.
I pointed it out. Interesting you glossed over that.
No…because that was never stated as being their motivation. You are just making things up, like always.
Read it again, then read your claim about what I said.
Horde Warchief: “Prepare to seize Teldrassil!”
Some dying Night Elf: “I do not believe my people will be demoralized by this.”
Horde Warchief: “Welp, I guess this is true for all Night Elves. Burn it!”
The rest of the Horde, including the Nightborne, Blood Elves and Forsaken: “I am
okay with this.”
Like, your whole point was that the Horde is better at differentiating between people than the Alliance, when history shows that the opposite is true. Why must I explain your own viewpoints to you?
I mean it is. Nowhere in that cinematic does Jaina “throw” Theramore at Baine. What happens was that you saw me say the Alliance is better at differentiating people than the Horde, decided you did not want that to be true, and your mind rewrote the cinematic to be what you wanted it to be, in your head.
The same will probably happen with the paragraph above, like how you claimed I glossed over the Alliance espionage in sentence where I literally wrote about the Alliance espionage.
Translation: “I do not want to lose another argument against someone who clearly knows more than me. Said everything I wish were true. I have no intention of proving anything.”