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Old 06-10-2015, 03:03 AM
Genesis Genesis is offline

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I do not insist on it. It is just a theory that based on my observations seemed more plausible than the others and that has so far not been refuted by anything. Once it is, I will leave it behind.
Not refuted by anything? The WC2 manual calls it a 'kingdom,' and Deathwing counts Daelin Proudmoore as a monarch. Where is your evidence that it is a republic? A one time mention of 'merchant lord' in a non-specific manner is hardly evidence of a republic.

Cemotucu: Against your recent Kul Tiras edits on Wowpedia, it is possible for a state to be a city-state, a nation, and a kingdom. These are not mutually exclusive. Many ancient city-states were ruled by kings.

Keep in mind these bits in The Seven Kingdoms in-game book:
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Gilneas, Alterac, and Kul Tiras were the first city-states to arise, and although they each had their own customs and commercial workings, they all held to the unifying authority of Strom.
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Far to the north of Dalaran, the lords of Strom built a new city-state which they named Lordaeron.

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