Sylvanas hasn’t been removed yet and again, this was before any of her controversial actions, so your argument doesn’t have any foundation.
You’re argument is; it’s not a trigger point if someone attacks you but Genn sure won’t shut up about it.
Plus I am fairly sure if someone decked me I’d hold it against them so… Yeah, it really was.
Sounds like you are putting expectations on the horde side though. So how is that not a double standard?
If you ignore a problem that same problem is liable to grow until it can swallow you whole. Didn’t you read “There’s no such thing as a dragon” as a kid? It’s a metaphor for what happens when you ignore a problem or something inconvenient.
Right, except now it just looks like Gilnean’s can’t honor their word. The bulk of their forces were spared under this condition.
Then Gilnean’s deserve to lose their homes for abandoning Lordaeron during the events of War3.
That’s fair. It’s also fair to point out that dropping out of the sky and bombing the forsaken fleet is decidedly not in keeping with this at all.
So, let me get this straight. According to you; The book isn’t wrong. Sylvanas’ isn’t lying. But she’s wrong, only in this specific part of what she is saying, everything else in this entire conversation is correct/accurate(?)
That’s pretty much the definition of confirmation bias.
Absolutely not. Genn was the one barking that she ‘desecrated Lordaeron with her flith’ (paraphrasing). There’s no way you can claim that Genn is totally in favour of Forsaken ownership of Lordaeron without hard evidence of which I have never seen any. Which confirms what I am saying, Even Anduin’s right hand man doesn’t think the way Anduin does.
Pretty sure that’s one of, if not the main goal of a lot of characters…
In any case after that when introducing the Val’kyr she described them as the future of the Forsaken, so no, she’s been thinking about the longevity of the forsaken too.
That’s because it’s a good arguement you haven’t been able to refute so, yeah. I’ll keep using it until then.
I like that quote, it’s pretty applicable to the horde I feel.
Well depends on your perspective. According to the book quote you linked she is allegedly doing this for a permanent peace. Or you could say that she is not the only one set on war. Jaina for instance. We won’t know until later I suppose.