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4-14-2009 @ 10:43AM
I'm really kind of surprised every time I see the push to recommend one faction over the other as the "good" vs "bad" guys. One of the greatest things I've ever seen with the Warcraft universe is the moral ambiguity that's present in every race, that makes them feel real, that makes me feel like I'm not just trying to play a multi-faceted character in a world of Mary Sues. There is no race that has a blanket pass on only doing the right thing, or the villainous. You look at the lore, you can find a high and a low for each one, and likely if you take a character of any substantial amount of story, you can find their good and bad too.
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