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11-20-2008 @ 7:19PM
As someone who rolled a Horde (only begrudgingly works with alliance) Blood Elf (naturally evil, magic addicted traitors) death knight (undead, worked for Arthas and tortured people to death then raised them as ghouls to serve them) I approve of these quests whole heartedly. If you wanted to be charitable roll Hello Kitty Alliance Adventures, lol.--Deadnaught (Smolderthorn)
11-20-2008 @ 7:21PM
Blood Elves aren't intrinsically evil except by way of individual choice,though. Nor Undead, although there are some among their leadership who leave a lot to be desired...
11-20-2008 @ 7:26PM
Yeah, but if I were to RP, I would be intrinsically evil. So, my comment stands, lol.
11-20-2008 @ 9:25PM
Agreed, Shouldn't be playing kid friendly quests on a game like this. I love the different quests in Northrend. Gives the game a new touch and very enjoyable. who the heck wanted to play TBC again with a different map. Great Story and a lot of different quests. If you have problems with these quests skip em or play Alliance better for me anyways after 10pm (Bedtime) --> For the Alliance LOL. For the Horde!!
11-20-2008 @ 7:41PM
No one cares about your RP.Lore trounces how you RP.So BEs aren't evil.
11-20-2008 @ 9:37PM
You can probably argue that blood elves are first and foremost self-serving, but evil? In a land with demons trying to enslave every planet, with undead monstrosities trying to snuff out all life, where races are actively trying to kill everything else to serve their own gods/queen? Greed just doesn't cut it as intrinsically evil.
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