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Orc Depression

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A few months later, more orc prisoners were thrown into the shelter. With the number of shelters full, the Alliance had to build new shelters on the plains south of the Alterac Mountains. In order to better maintain and supply the growing number of shelters, King Terenas of the Kingdom of Rodlon levied new taxes on all member states of the Union.
  • A few months later, more orc prisoners were thrown into the shelter. With the number of shelters full, the Alliance had to build new shelters on the plains south of the Alterac Mountains. In order to better maintain and supply the growing number of shelters, King Terenas of the Kingdom of Rodlon levied new taxes on all member states of the Union.
  • This new tax and escalating border disputes have left the alliance in a state of extreme instability. From all perspectives, those treaties signed during the darkest and most difficult period of the human kingdom can be torn down at any time.
  • At the same time as the political riots, many of the shelter's guards began to notice confusing changes in their orc prisoners. The orcs' attempts to escape from prison, and even their internal fighting, have been greatly reduced, and the orcs have become increasingly indifferent and lethargic.
  • Although it's hard to believe, the orcs, once the most aggressive race on Azeroth's continent, are beginning to lose their desire to fight. This strange phenomenon left the leaders of the Alliance inexplicable and continued to affect these rapidly weakened orcs.
  • Some people think that it is a strange disease that can only infect the orcs that makes the orcs look lethargic. But Dalaran's archmage Anthony Das put forward another hypothesis: After studying all the orc history he could understand, Anthony Das found that the orcs had been affected by the power of demons for hundreds of years.
  • He believed that the orcs had been seduced by the power of demons and fallen before the first invasion of Azeroth. Apparently, the demons poisoned the blood of the orcs, and in exchange they gave the orcs extraordinary strength, endurance, and aggressiveness.
  • Antonidas believes that the orc's abnormal lethargy is not a disease, but the consequence of the long-term terrible, bloodthirsty demonic spells that have subsided.
  • Although this symptom is obvious, Anthony Das can't find a cure for the orc's current condition, and many of his apprentices and some prominent Alliance leaders believe that finding a cure for the orc is purely risky. After carefully examining the orcs' current mystery, Anthony Das believes that the only way to heal the orcs is through spiritual power.
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