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7-06-2007 @ 1:16PM
Super duper brilliant ideaWould add a whole new sense of intrugue to the whole thing, the cut and dry way it is now doesn't allow for espionage!In fact, espionage could be exactly what the game needs to spice it upJust imagine, you decide to go to horde from allianceYou get given a series of tasks, some which are in fact risky and may give your secret awayYour guildies will be asking you 'where have you been' and you'll have to reply 'nowhere'..even though you've been off and stolen a few plans from your own side, made some strange alliances with some neutral factions, and murdered a few alliance kind to 'prove' your worth, even having to turn on some of your own friends to prove your allegiance!Love it. This is possibly the one dynamic missing from the whole thing.
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