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7-18-2009 @ 8:12AM
As a horde player, I'd be pretty dissapointed if the Alliance got Worgen and all we got were those high-pitched annoying goblins. I'd be quite happy with Worgen... but I can't imagine Goblins going to the alliance side, lore-wise. The Horde is supposed to be big and badass, last go around we got stuck with Blood Elves, I'm really hoping Blizzard doesn't stick it to us even worse this time around!
7-18-2009 @ 8:54AM
I feel the same, I would love a Worgen, but I wouldn't betray my Horde brothers to play one.It could go either way of course. On the one hand, if the Worgen were former members of Gilneas it would make sense for them to try and rekindle affiliations with their human brethren, especially if Greymane is dead/deposed. On the other hand, Worgen could end up like the Forsaken, rejected by the humans they once were and end up turning to the Horde in order to survive.On a selfish note, I really hope its the latter.
7-18-2009 @ 9:27AM
You will be dissapointed if you get Goblins?How do you think it is to have Draenei in The Alliance?!
7-18-2009 @ 10:07AM
@Gmise - You are actually complaining about the /waggle ?Worgen are just gonna lure all of the "Sepiroth"s and "sxyelfmans" back to Alliance.Horde, you owe us bigtime. :(
7-20-2009 @ 4:27PM
How do you think we feel about frickin Gnomes?
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