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11-20-2008 @ 7:27PM
I was taken aback by everything Agmar told me to do, but like in Conquest Hold, there's always the counter point. It shows the Horde with a lot more depth than it had in Burning Crusade and Classic. That there are some, even some in power, who may go too far, and it is left to the player question what is too far. I haven't gotten past Zul'Drak yet, but it seems so far the Horde theme in Lich King is one of "Victory at what cost?" As far as who represents the Horde, I think they've been really clear that Thrall and Saurfang are the "True Horde."
11-20-2008 @ 7:52PM
11-21-2008 @ 2:26AM
This is precisely what I tought when I arrived in Agmar's Hammer.The dichotomy of the orcs has been put in the limelight, I mean, I feel like there are two Orc factions in Northrend, each one trying to show the other "their" path is right.And what's worse [SPOILER ALERT]Seeing how Saurfang's tactics will fare at the Wrathgate, it seems Blizz is trying to make Hellsream's style rise in power.[\SPOILER]On the other side of the coin, Wrynn is already showing the Humans in a less savory light - self-righteous, belligerent.It seems this storyline is going to keep going darker. After all, to quote the Lich King himself in his first trailer:"Only then will you realize, you've been walking in my footsteps all along..."
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