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Taken from guild website's main page:
"We are the Horde, and we of the Horde are damned for it.''
Although we all seek security and prosperity within our new homelands, we cannot escape the legacies of our past. The Orcs struggled to overcome the demonic influence that twisted their natures and brought out the savagery within. The Darkspear Trolls, finding shelter within Orgrimmar, yearn to possess the isles they lost. Like them, the Tauren have had to fight for a place to call their own, after so many were slaughtered by rampaging Centaur. The Sin'dorei, their magic having been ripped from them, struggling to regain their sense of self and be rid of the pangs of addiction, The Forsaken, suffering a horrible death from the Plague only to awaken undead, cursed to find a new life to replace the old, lost forever, and their distant brethren, the Ebon Knights...fellow victims of the Lich King's hands, regaining their will and seeking to use all the dark power bestowed them to defeat their former master.
The forces arrayed against us are many. The Scourge still walk Azeroth, as do remnants of the Burning Legion. And every bit as sinister are the forces of the Alliance, who plunder our lands as they seek to drive us from them.
And yet, with a taste of stability and even some prosperity, decadence has set in amongst the once-scattered Horde. Many seem to have given up the sword for the coin-purse, seeking gold in the streets of Orgrimmar, or the alleys of the Undercity while our enemies bring ruin to our brethren.
Damned we may be, but there are those of us who are willing to fight back, to restore the old ways of duty and loyalty to the Horde, and bring destruction upon our enemies, many as they may be. We are not saints, but we are not monsters. We are the sword, the spear, the staff and the bulwark.
We are the Damnation Army.