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11-20-2008 @ 7:41PM
Pacsik, I'm sorry if I can't relate with you but there was a book when you purchased the game. One of the biggest components that makes WoW a great game is how it looks at the concept of Good vs. Evil and how perception plays a part of it. The Horde, not Hoard, tend to be a group of races in need of allies. They trust each other mainly because they are aware of each others skills and assets to the continued survivability in Azeroth. I think this is something that can generally be understood while looking through the first manual.If you think it is ridiculous, then that is your prerogative. They just don't want all the "human" looking races to be the good guys. Their world is made of races of honor. Not races that speak in poor English and bent on the destruction of all races that don't bow under them just to get a blood rush. Its a quality that makes or breaks the game for some, I personally enjoy it but your more than welcome to disagree.
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