Lord Takumi's Epistle to the Humans
I bring greetings to all from PIE, for those who will hear me. I was once like you; I was a Lord, under King Terenas, and my people were treated fairly and with respect. But with Arthas' Scourge the people and I changed, became the Undead creatures we are now. I lost many of my friends in this time, some died from this scourge, others took their lives in hatred of what they had now become. Since then, I have seen others, like I once human, who fought for the causes of Lordaeron, slain by the hand of the ones they once protected.
It is with sadness in my heart I write to you; day by day I see the violence rise between those who would welcome increased peace and those who wish only to see slaughter. My brethren and I neither support the warmongering of the Lich King Arthas or the bitter and vindictive ways of Sylvannas. With the allegiance of all I can find who will support me, I push forward to my goal of a world where any can live together in unity. I was surprised by the response I received from the Horde, many of the Orcs and Tauren are receptive, their wish for a peaceful life greater than most, even some trolls have been receptive to my dream. Yet I often find that the dream is knocked back by the arrogance of the Alliance with many purposely ignoring me and responding to my words with violence.
With all that has gone before, this attitude of violence cannot be allowed to continue. Not only is it a hindrance to the process of peace, but after the war on the Burning Legion there are not the lives to spare, throwing them asunder in the heat of a battle not needed. Rise up the supporters of peace, show the others that the mindless killing need not carry on. For every life that ends this way the ideals of a peaceful world take a knock and the movements to war between the Horde and Alliance continue. If we do not end the violence soon, then I fear another war may erupt between the peoples of Azeroth; it is in our interests to avoid this, lest the Lich King Arthas move his forces and attack us whilst weakened.