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6-10-2009 @ 1:03PM
@jfofla,As far as the statue example goes, do you really think any company has the desire to show off one their design teams talent with a statue of a human, a short fat humam, a shorter human, and a tall skinny human with long ears? C’mon, cut them some slack there. As far as iconic goes, the Horde serve that purpose. Not exactly a fair example.As far as badges go, I’d use the same example as before, the art is just what you would think of as typical human medieval art, so the horde badges make somewhat more sense. Not the best response, but not the worst either.To WotLK betas all being horde, well I will point out that there use to be a huge hole in the quests of the Horde and it still influences the loremaster achievement today. There was, obviously, more time spent on early game quest/story for the Alliance. It’s a beta, there are going to be areas of it that are not product ready. If they were more confident with the Horde side then that is what they present first. It doesn’t necessarily mean that there is a bias, nor does it imply there isn’t one.And to the BG comment, yes that could be the most telling, but again, I will insist that when forced to pick a side (and they would have to for a BG), most of the staff is going to “dance with the girl that brought ya,” and artistically the Horde is Blizzard’s achievement.
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