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7-01-2009 @ 10:36AM
I personally don't buy into the idea that Horde Night Elves and Alliance Taurens don't make sense. Ever war in human history no matter how brutal has had betrayers. The warcraft Universe is no different. If you look at the fractured nature of the Blood Elves and High Elves after the events of the Sunwell it seems like that some Blood Elves might think its time to mend fences and return to the Alliance. At the Same time Some Gnomes might be getting angry that the Alliance still hasn't cleared all the Trogs out of Gnomeregan. If you want to find a reason in game for why people would switch sides you can find one. And it in all honestly is a chance for some good story telling no society is perfect and the Horde And Alliance are no different. In showing why a Race leaves there faction Blizz could use that as a chance to the challenges and troubles each race is facing.
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