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Misunderstood Creatures

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Level 2
Jul 24, 2011
I wonder...what race is mis-understood the most throughout the Reign of chaos and The Frozen Throne? Satyrs? Murloc? Centaur? Furbolg? Trolls? Nerubians? Dragons? The list goes on. So which race through Warcraft 3 do you think is Mis-Understood the most?

Dr Super Good

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Level 63
Jan 18, 2005
Satyrs are basically heavilly curropted night elves by the demons so acording to orignal WC3 lore they equivently have no soul and are bent entirly on death and destruction.

Trolls were never misunderstood. They are part of the orc allience and as far as I can tell treated completly equally with their own leaders.

Furbolg probably were a largly misunderstood creature. Suffering huge losses due to demon curroption.

Centaur seemed to be rather bandit like. Although primitive they still viewed themselves as a threat to the taurns and new races.

Nerubians we know shit all about. Arthras is not a good person to learn about natives as he adopts the pollicy of kill first, second and third while never asking questions.

Murloc seem a simple tribe like people. Through various campaigns it is shown that they are servants largly to the naga.

Dragons have to be the most misunderstood of the races in WC3 and most games for that mater. In WC3, no one actually asked why the dragons were gaurding where they were and I am sure with a tiny bit of diplomatics a lot of fighting could have been avoided with the dragons. Then again Blizzard does not care about them.
Level 31
Jul 7, 2008
Dragons have a lot more lore in WoW than they did in WC3.

When the Titans had imprisoned the Old Gods and reformed Azeroth, they created the Proto-Dragons in Northrend. Though, this was an experiment, and their second attempt sucessfully made the Dragons. Five Dragons were blessed by each Titan with their own powers to lead the Dragonflights.

Alexstrasza the Lifebinder - Red
Neltharion the Earthwarder (now Deathwing the Destroyer) - Black
Ysera the Dreamer - Green
Nozdormu the Timeless One - Bronze
Malygos the Spellweaver - Blue

Sapphiron, killed in the campaign by Arthas and raised as a Frost Wyrm, was one of Malygos' sons.
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