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1-20-2009 @ 4:22PM
the horde is curiously lacking in female heroes. the change is a welcome one, however, i would love it if the horde would gain more female 'hero' or role-model types. the alliance has janda proudmore, however the horde has no such equivalent. that is something i would like to see changed.(im male, just fyi)
1-20-2009 @ 4:27PM
Eh. Jaina's wishy-washy and useless. And the only other thing....been to UC lately? Or have you not met our lovely Dark Lady? I mean, sure, I guess *anybody* could break free of Arthas' will and take a bunch of his people with her.The Horde has their female heroes. You just have to know where to look.
1-20-2009 @ 4:34PM
She's not female. She's a corpse who wasn't smart enough to stay dead.
1-20-2009 @ 4:55PM
At this point, Jaina's as much a Horde hero as she is an Alliance hero, really, if not more so, given certain events in Wrath.
1-20-2009 @ 4:57PM
You know what I want to see? I want to see some non-half-naked female heros; that's what I want. Or, I would be equally satisfied with a scantily clad attractive male figure. ;)Your choice blizzard.
1-20-2009 @ 5:18PM
hey she's dressed like that for a very specific reason!umm..cuts down on air resistance?yeah!When you're a rogue you can never ambush fast enuf :P
1-20-2009 @ 6:56PM
Don't forget about Lady Liadrin!
1-20-2009 @ 11:24PM
Using a Female Tauren Druid, I never felt a connection to The Dark Lady, Sylvannas. The Forsaken have always been distant from the orcs, the taurens and the trolls, so even though both Lady Sylvannas and Lady Liadrin are significant female horde heroes and definitely are respected in their own way, they just don't feel 'horde'-y enough type of heroes.Bring back Garona! She's the only badass female orc around! Geyah doesn't count. And we need female troll heroes too. Loot pinatas in ZG doesn't count.
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