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10-27-2009 @ 1:01PM
Honestly, I agree with Sick. The problem is that there will never be a "Horde vs. Alliance" attitude like there was in Vanilla. Why? Because blizz has all these subscription numbers and the only way of keeping everyone happy is to keep pumping content/expansions. Frankly, people are too busy to bother with it and there is ALWAYS (which is quite unfortunate for the HvA players) a new threat. The constant new "World ending" threats is what keeps the Horde vs. Alliance type of stuff from happening. I'm not talking about the cut scenes or any of the "storyline" events (which feel tacked on, with the exception of Wrathgate). I'm referring to the old "Red is Dead" attitude back in the day. It's not necessarily a bad thing in ways mind you. But I don't think that all 900 threats to Azeroth that have happened in the Vanilla/TBC/Wrath would have happened all back to back Blizz would quit worrying about money. Then again, that's what makes the game popular, the constant threats.
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