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3-15-2008 @ 1:42PM
One of my biggest problems with the game is the way people react in real life to your faction of preference.Here is an actual conversation we had with someone at Blizzcon while waiting for the Video Games Live to begin.Horde guy: What faction do you guys play?Us: We play alliance.Horde guy: Ewwww. Alliance. You are dead to me. *Turns around*Us: Dead to you?!? We don't even know you! And we play the exact same game!That got a chuckle from those around us. But in all seriousness it is true. Although we can't communicate, we are still doing the same quests, killing the same bears, going into the same dungeons.I work in a video game store and I refuse to tell people that I play. After 3 years of arguing which is better, at this point I really don't care. We are all playing and enjoying the same game. And that's all that matters to me.
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