When Blizzard entertainment developed the later Warcraft universe, I’m seriously doubting that the storyline was intended to provide a useful expression of the doctrine of man, but in the character of Sylvanus Windrunner, that’s precisely what they did. (And no, this is not just an excuse for me to be all geeky about elf girls)
Allow me to explain. In the early Undead campaign of Warcraft III, the evil undead prince Arthas invades the Elven kingdoms, which are defended by the stalwart and powerful elven ranger Sylvanas Windrunner. She fights nobly, but at the end is overcome by the undead scourge under Arthas’ command. Rather than kill the defeated Ranger, Arthas turns her into another undead minion.
By the time of the expansion set, Sylvannus manages to wrest control of some undead away from Arthas and creates her own kingdom known as the Forsaken. However, while she was once noble, she slowly gives into the dark corruption to which she was originally a victim. The result is that she becomes quite evil in her own right. She thus becomes both victim and perpetrator of the evil corruption she once stood in opposition to. By the time of the World of Warcraft, the now Queen of the Forsaken remembers (and is tortured by) her past even as she tries to pretend she has advanced over her original life as an elf.
That, in a nutshell, is the doctrine of the fall of man. Originally we as a people were created good, in the very image of God (see Genesis 1). Yet the first battle we faced against the enemy of our souls ended in defeat. Our first parents, Adam and Eve, succumbed to evil. Unfortunately, the corruption of sin passed from them to their children,
Unlike a simple disease, sin not only victimized us, but corrupted us, so that we began to desire to perform evil things. We were born in sin, and that sin made us rebellious to God. We thus now both choose evil and are victims of evil.
This is why it’s a strange thing that people talk about God sending “innocents” to hell. Indeed, he does send people to hell, but they are, like all of us, tainted with the sin that is not only our “brokenness”, but causes us to desire to break things. In essence, there are no “innocent” people among us, because we all bear the corruption. There are no innocents. We are all people who await only our opportunity to rebel against God, and since God can see the heart, He knows this. We are all quite literally dead in sin; as Sylvanus Windrunner is dead in the corruption of undeath.