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10-13-2008 @ 5:25PM
Go ahead and start downranking this comment.I'm starting to get really tired of the alliance QQ'ing over loosing a quest. So what if it was fun, not like the Horde ever got a bad ass attunement. No, it was just annoying as hell. Please get over the fact that they are removing a quest/attunement from the game that should have been removed when TBC hit stores.
10-13-2008 @ 6:10PM
The horde have the Thrall quest in Nagrand which is freakin' awesome. So they got their own epic moment in BC. I actually got a tauren hunter up to 70 JUST so I could do the Thrall quest because I had spied on it so much on my alliance characters. So yeah, the alliance just lost their equivalent. And the horde get another AWESOME quest in Northrend concerning undercity this time that the alliance have a counterpart in, but it's not as personal. Alliance do not have anything else besides the Windsor quest that I can think of even nearing this level of lore awesomeness.
10-13-2008 @ 6:52PM
I don't think I could have expressed that better, Anteia. The Thrall quest is one of 2 reasons I want to level a horde toon (3 years on and I've never got one beyond 20-something) but a DK will change that. Not sure why I love playing the Alliance so much because reading Horde-side lore is what makes my day.
10-14-2008 @ 9:23PM
Woo hoo.... we get to see Thrall in his lvl 40 something armor (I think thats what I read here somewhere on WOWInsider) show up and talk to his granny. He then tries to go inspire someone. Yeah, its kinda cool, but not epic. I think it looses it's coolness factor with the fact that we have to wait like 30 min for him to finish his boo-hoo session before we get our buff.And for the northrend quest where Varinathus suceeds from the Forsaken, I think that its epic for both sides, not one or the other. I dunno, I pvp, so I cant get all up in arms over quests. To me, quests are there to get me to the max level, and thats it.
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