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8-20-2008 @ 3:16AM
@ ILikePvPbuthatePvPersBut the new horde would still do that.. unless you mean literally.. then the new horde would cook my face first to level their cooking skill (with the exception of the undead)..@ Fedwinmorr The difference between the different troll tribes seems to be very complicated. For example, Thrall actually hates the trolls that sided with the Horde in the second war. This is shown in the warcraft 3 orc prologue where he makes such statements and proceed to slaughter those trolls. The trolls he's currently allied with came from the Maelstrom in the middle of the world map. Their land was overrun with murlocs (eh?) and naga. The current trolls in the horde seem to be more shamanistic than voodoo users. The game does state that the orcs were much more bloodthirsty while under the demonic influence, however action wise, not much as changed (again with the exception of rampaging around Azeroth). Even among the orcs who are not trying to get back with the demons, many still want to see Thrall replaced with someone a bit more aggresive. To take a look at the rampaging in WoW, its actually only been like, 2 years. So their rampaging may change. Plus some would say that the BGs are an example of their rampaging (even AV, who the NPCs blame the dwarfs for is stretching it since the orcs homeland is actually draenor).
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