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4-26-2009 @ 5:12PM
i'm not a horde apologist. i rolled horde because I wanted to play evil*. it annoyed me when I stopped doing quests against the allies and started doing them against some common enemy of us both. It annoyed me in Storm Peaks when I ended up doing a load of quests for a dwarf... a ginger one at that. I'd like to see the focus to come back to Alliance vs Horde again, rather than this hippy-ish crap of sharing Sanctuary cities with gnomes, that's been all-too prevalent in the expansions. *well, that and when i was flicking through the different races on launch day, i saw the gnome model and wanted to distance myself as far from that as possible. ugh
4-26-2009 @ 5:14PM
Horde isn't evil and I think you have the wrong game.
4-26-2009 @ 8:23PM
The Forsaken are in general pretty evil, as are supposedly Trolls. But you're right, since both factions basically do the exact same thing, there's really no way to act "evil."It all really comes down to Good (the Alliance generally) vs. Badass (the Horde). Thrall has the Horde do good things, but they do it with much less boring motives.Horde even took High Elves and made them somewhat badass (at least as badass as they could be without becoming less purty).
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