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3-25-2009 @ 4:20AM
Do you know how to avoid most immature, 12 year old ninjas? Don't roll alliance. Seriously. I'm not talking trash about the alliance faction, I'm merely pointing out that children seem to roll alliance because they believe them to be "the good guys".I have toons in both factions on varying servers and I can honestly say the horde is more mature and much, much more organized overall.
3-25-2009 @ 6:06AM
I play both factions and I've seen tons of kids/immature players on both. I think a lot of younger players like Horde *because* they get to be evil and wicked and undead and eww gross did you see that? Cool! I think Hordies are less likely to beg people to "run them through" everything, but they're more likely to gank when they can. That's just my experience on 2 PVP servers, of course.
3-25-2009 @ 6:35AM
Yes, didn't a poll a while back find out that most kids actually roll Horde? Little kids may roll Alliance, but the second they hit 13 and become teenagers, they reroll Horde so they can be "tough and evil and badass". Didn't you ever wonder why there were so many Forsaken Rogues? There's your answer. :)
3-25-2009 @ 9:33AM
Haha! So true. Everyone in our guild is required to be 21+ to get in. We don't have a hard time recruiting players.
3-25-2009 @ 10:47AM
but theyre just not as pretty!
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