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3-31-2009 @ 8:21AM
Please, no Blood Elves they're not really Horde in my book
3-31-2009 @ 8:36AM
Bloodelves are aligned to whoever helps them, and since humans couldn't be bothered, they had to allign to Horde.It's not like the human king hasn't made some bad decisions in the past (Just read about the Defias brotherhood ... I'm kinda sorry as horde that I can't get rep with these guys)
3-31-2009 @ 9:00AM
Just so you know Axo, that was Onyxia who caused the Defias problem, not Wrynn. This was clarified in the comics by showing how she would ensorcell certain people and all.
3-31-2009 @ 9:19AM
Thank you. I hate belfs with a passion. In my mind, there are still only four races per faction. That is, until Blizzard wises up and gives us goblins & ogres. I don't read the comics, but if I did my ideal topic would be as follows. Any horde race hunter who kills gnomes and uses his taxidermy to make nasty little stuffed gnomes for horde kids to play with. Some gnome death knights try to stop the genocide, but can't because they are ridiculous and chose frost spec.
3-31-2009 @ 10:34AM
Please god let us get playable goblins.Next hero class! Able to get rep with H & A factions!
3-31-2009 @ 11:02AM
Yes to the above ^^^Next hero class should be a Goblin Vender. You would need to have a lvl 80 toon to have access to the class. They could be faction nutral and start at lvl 70. They would have no real combat abilitys but could perhaps have a oger bodyguard like a hunter/warlock pet. Fairly useless in a fight but they can repair gear and sell regular vender food and water. Also they can train in 4 professions to further their usefullness.
3-31-2009 @ 4:06PM
Amen. I'm sick of Blood Elves being everywhere. If there was a book of any sort about them I wouldn't even imagine it to be about horde.
5-20-2009 @ 7:29AM
o.oWhats wrong with Blood Elves? They're as much a part of the Horde as the Forsaken, if not more! Just because they don't "look" beastly like the Tauren? Just because they're not as large and muscular as the Orcs?
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