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8-03-2009 @ 8:07AM
I don't think I could ever bring myself to play an alliance character. They're just so.... I don't know the word for it.
8-03-2009 @ 2:39PM
The word you are looking for is "AWESOME"!
8-03-2009 @ 3:21PM
I believe Lame or Boring is the word you were looking for.
8-03-2009 @ 5:30PM
Ideologically, I'm a horde man, but I play alliance to play with friends. I think the word you were searching for was 'vanilla'. But I think Blizzard was aware of this when they choose the BC races. Now I can play an awesome Draenei, and former alliance can pick a nice safe blood elf. So that's my advice to Horde trying out alliance. Step 1) Pick DraeneiStep 2) pick a lore heavy class like paladin or shamanStep 3) Enjoy being the coolest thing the alliance has to offerWhy people play humans for non RP is beyond me. I already am human. I can play that whenever I want. I'd like a turn at being a space goat please.
8-04-2009 @ 12:47AM
the word for it...(though it's a statement and not a single word)is...Their arms are funny-looking.The males' arms are so out of proportion compared to their bodies that it is simply unbearable to look at. It looks like something from Robot Chicken, like someone broke the arms of an original GI Joe doll and then glued the arms of the Hulk on to it.I'm speaking of course of Night Elves and Humans (and maybe Draenai), because... well... gnomes... uh... yeah... right... sure...I've tried and tried to play my Night Elf rogue i rolled, but ... his arms... are so distracting...(oh, yeah, and they often wear very goofy looking short pants -- at least, in the lower levels they do)
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