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3-15-2008 @ 8:35AM
When i first started playing WoW over two years ago, I chose Horde because I wanted to be the bad guy. Little did I know that there was no "bad guy" side, per se, in the game. Still I've found those who mainly play Horde have a different mindset than Alliance players.I remember being at Blizzcon, and standing outside the doors that opening morning. Looking at the shirts, hats, costumes, whatever people were wearing, there seemed to be about an even number of Alliance and Horde players. Suddenyl a couple of people shouted out "For the Alliance!" Immediately, a much, much larger number of people shouted "For the Horde!" and continued shouting it. Horde seem to be more boisterous, louder, you know when someone we're in the room. In PvP, from what I have seen (and only playing Alliance pvp from 10-19), it seems that Horde are more willing to stick together. If one player is being attacked by Alliance, most Horde will stop and fight. Even if it isn't the smartest thing to do. I see a lot more Alliance players run past their teamates in distress. I'm not saying Alliance doesn't work together, I've seen that many many times, just looks to me like Horde does it more.
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