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9-13-2007 @ 8:50AM
I believe they should split it up into four factions, similar to Warcraft 3:Horde (Orcs, Trolls and Tauren)Scourge (Undead and Blood Elves)'Spose you could call them Islanders (Night Elves and Draenei)Alliance (Humans, Dwarves, and Gnomes)When you create you character, you are automatically friendly with your own faction, and unfriendly or hated with the others. However, you can switch between the factions less aligned to your race, but not with the faction you hate the most.Fairly confusing, so an example:I roll an Orc. He is friendly with the Horde, neutral with the Scourge and the Islanders, hated with Alliance. Over time, he would become better with Scourge and less with Islanders. However, by doing a series of rep quests, he could switch to being friendly with Horde and Islanders, and hated by the Scourge and Alliance. He could never become friendly with the Alliance, because they really don't like each other (and Scourge and Islanders couldn't be friends, because Islanders would hate undead beings and magically addicted beings, and the Scourge would just be pissed off at them for hating them for what they are).It would help create the theme of multiple factions intertwined with each other, which it sort of is at the moment.
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