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11-25-2008 @ 9:12PM
The reason the situation is so weird is that the relationship between the alliance and the horde has begun to improve. When the game first came out, we hated each other simply because the game was a Warcraft game, and we all had picked sides. But as the game progressed, it seems that the horde and alliance began to team up more and more, to the point where we couldn't even attack each other in these so-called "neutral cities". We could even inspect each others gear and talk to one another as zombies.As an Alliance player, I got used to cooperating with the horde. Now I need to hate the Orcs because the King is back? Give me a reason why. All his history is mostly tied into the comic books. Many, many alliance players had no idea who the npcs were standing near the king during the scourge invasion of Stormwind Harbor simply because they didn't read the comic. Blizzard has really failed to give the alliance a reason to follow this so-called king and fight against people we all have come to accept. Come up with more lore to support this IN GAME, or figure something else out.
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