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7-15-2008 @ 1:18PM
Although I prefer the Horde, I really enjoy leveling on the Alliance side. The Alliance quests have a storyline! I got bored with the Horde(I didn't mean for that to rhyme..)and decided to research the Alliance. I leveled a NE Rogue to 44 and I loved it. The quests were easy, fast, and led to bigger quests and other things that went along with the lore of previous games and explains more about WoW and the things going on in the areas in which you quest. My favorite quest atm, would have to be the quest when you fight the mini-lurker below. I had SO much fun bolting between cannons, and watching people smacking it, and helping me out. I only wish the Horde had quests like that. Most of ours are, "I'm angry, go kill that thing/those things." "You did it, here's some gold, and armor, now go kill this stuff." It gets tiresome.
7-15-2008 @ 1:31PM
Same here. I felt like getting away from people in game and finally rolled an alliance toon. Personally I sort of like the Horde "evilness". Notably in Neverwinter Nights I ALWAYS ended up being lawful evil so that's probably a personality thing.As someone who isn't all that enamored with TBC due to crap stories associated with quests, I have to admit I am very much liking how the alliance progression plays out. Personally I rather liked many of the forsaken story lines. Many of the characters seem to want vengeance but always seem a bit saddened by what has happened to them. Even the cockroach vendor. Hopefully I will see a lot more story on the other side that can at least match them. I'm actually starting to appreciate the fact that I was missing half the game.
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