Don't read any further if you do not yet know what the Divine Bell is. No, don't look it up! Come back later, don't spoil your fun now/
If you do know what the Divine Bell is, but haven't yet been to Darnassus to meet Jaina, also please stop reading now, and don't even read the letter that Agent Connelly sends you, until after you've talked to Vereesa Windrunner. His letter seems to have come through a time warp.
Okay, so if you're still with me, you know what has happened in Dalaran. What, you don't? I told you to stop reading! Honestly, don't spoil your own fun! And if you're a horde spy intercepting my communications, well it's too late. We're onto your game.
If you're still with me, then you've seen Jaina's reaction to finding out that the horde is yet again trying to build a weapon of mass destruction, using another artifact, the Divine Bell. Once again, Garrosh is behind the plan, and even though we managed to uncover the Divine Bell and get it to safety, the horde stole it from Darnassus and with the help of the Sunreavers of the Kirin Tor, teleported it through the Kirin Tor capital, Dalaran. As you know, that was the last straw for Jaina, and she finally decided that the Kirin Tor could no longer remain neutral in the fight between good and evil. Finally, the Kirin Tor has declared for the Alliance. Jaina herself arrested every Blood Elf she could find in Dalaran, and imprisoned them in the Violet Hold. About time!
Vereesa Windrunner is pretty happy about this turn of events. The Silver Covenant strenuously opposed the presence of the Sin'Dorei in the Kirin Tor, and she was maddened even further when the horde killed her husband, Rhonin, who died trying to contain the explosion at Theramore. Her Silver Covenant are happily booting blood elves out of Dalaran, and killing any who try to resist arrest. She asked me to help her, and I went about my tasks with a smile on my face. Finally, Jaina has seen that if you keep turning the other cheek, the horde will just slap it again.
Whiny horde adventurers (who, let us remember, are down in the Krasarang Wilds killing Alliance engineers and other non-combatants) are complaining that the poor blood elves in Dalaran were just poor shopkeepers and peaceful citizens, in fear of their lives, and were killed without warning. Well, I'm here to tell you that it isn't so. I didn't kill a single Blood Elf in Dalaran who didn't attack me first. These horde need to take responsibility for their own actions. They partook in the attack on Theramore; they smuggled the Divine Bell through Dalaran. Did they think that there would be no repercussions, and that Jaina would always do nothing in response to their evil deeds?
I was mildly disappointed that King Varian Wrynn was in negotiations with the Sin'dorei that he hoped would lead to them joining the Alliance. Let me say this clearly. Blood elves have shown again and again recently that they are not to be trusted and have no place in our Alliance of Light. They would stab us in the back when it most mattered. Besides, everyone knows what they do with bottled troll sweat at their orgies in Silvermoon City. The only horde who have any good in them are the tauren.
Light be with you!
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