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7-28-2009 @ 12:09PM
I thought episode 1 was funnier but this one was good too. Of course I am Horde.
7-28-2009 @ 12:18PM
Same here.P.S: "Strenght in numbers" is actually a subtle critic to the alliance, because it's a common belief that in most realms alliance has more population than horde, but horde has more skilled players than the alliance to compensate their lower numbers.Therefore, if Horde wins in pvp, it's because they play better. If Alliance wins, it's because they are too many. Obviously this isn't exactly true in most cases, but it's a fun clichè.
7-28-2009 @ 1:10PM
Wish the horde in my battlegroup were skilled. We all just run around like idiots in BGs now.
7-28-2009 @ 4:17PM
@MackgyverIn short the Horde on your server act like Alliance?I think the old Flintlocke Guide to Azeroth had it right with the comic of the Horde players all going AFK... and the Alliance won 3-2
7-28-2009 @ 7:17PM
I think most of the PVP on my server (US:Azjol-Nerub) tends to end terribly. Most I remember is thus:Alliance scatters with no team work at all (=alliance lose)Horde organizes from the beginning (=Alliance lose)Alliance completely outnumbers Horde (=Alliance win)Alliance toon meets Horde toon 1v1 (50% chance of win)Notice the extreme balance towards the Horde for PvP. On the other hand, Horde on AJ tend to get too tied up in the "For The Horde" mentality. The Alliance compensate for this by having an entire army of school-age, ego-tripping, Napolean syndrome-suffering jerks for group leaders./sarcasm onYeah, I can't see the appeal of Horde at all.../sarcasm off
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