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8-22-2009 @ 9:25AM
We've seen a lot of information about the Horde changes, I'm really interested to see how the Alliance is doing, considering Garrosh's offensive. It seems like the Alliance has lost a significant portion of territory (Ashenvale, parts of Darkshore, Hillsbrad, etc) either to the Horde or the Cataclysm. As someone who plays mainly Alliance, I can't wait to see how they're dealing with these losses and how they try to regain some territory.
8-24-2009 @ 10:01AM
Just a thought... You know how part of the appeal of The Horde was their always being the scrappy underdog? What if The Alliance is about to become the new scrappy underdog? Just like the olden days.
8-22-2009 @ 11:02AM
Yeah, same. I'm a bit concerned that we're hearing about a half-dozen areas that the Horde has either conquered (Azshara, Hillsbrad, possibly Ashenvale) or made significant territory grabs in (Darkshore) whereas so far the only real estate the Alliance seems to be gaining is Gilneas.Of course, the xpac just being announced yesterday, it's still very very early in the news cycle, so there might be more we haven't heard of yet.
8-22-2009 @ 11:04AM
Wrynn is going to be even more grumpy, racist, close minded. He's going to kick some ass this expansion i'm sure.
8-22-2009 @ 7:13PM
The Alliance won't even have Gilneas estates. At least not the whole city. From my understanding, it's a battleground with the Forsaken. So basically, Greymane is barely holding on to his city while the rest of his people flee to Stormwind as refugees.
8-25-2009 @ 8:41AM
I'm really concerned about that, actually. All the news was about Horde gains; I don't remember hearing anything about what the Alliance might be gaining, or at least not losing. I'm assuming we'll at least get to keep our capitals, but who knows?I'm trying to give Blizzard the benefit of the doubt (surely they've got something up their sleeves that they just haven't announced yet?), but my trust in them is sorely tested right now, not gonna lie.
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