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5-21-2009 @ 11:08AM
I dunno, I've had much more 'pride' and interest in my faction and its doings whenever I've done Alliance side quests, whereas with my tauren I didn't really get into any of the stuff of my own faction outside the occasional tauren quest - quite the opposite actually, I'd elope to Alliance's side with him as soon as possible if I could.
5-21-2009 @ 11:47AM
NOW you're talking. It would make factions a lot more interesting if we had the option of betraying our faction (a la EQ2) with a long involved quest that could only be completed during early levels. Then some interesting inter- and intra-faction dynamics could develop (for/against betrayers of your faction, betrayers of the other faction, etc., etc.). It's been a dream of mine for some time. Unfortunately I realize that it represents very little value proposition for Blizzard, and so it's likely it won't happen. You don't need to remind me.
5-21-2009 @ 1:49PM
I have always wanted this option. It would make things much more interesting, and add a new twist to levelling alts.
5-21-2009 @ 2:48PM
If you think of both the Alliance and Horde equally, then you are an Alliance player. And no, we do not want to play with you... except in the way that Patchwerk wants to play with you.Sorry. That's just the way it is.FOR THE HORDE!
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