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11-24-2009 @ 7:03PM
I always thought Samwise looked like a huge douche, but after that interview I see my thoughts are confirmed. What an ass. That's the kind of behavior that makes me hate the horde. It's just so...childish.
11-24-2009 @ 7:16PM
Eh? Because of his PVP answer?I don't follow. So a Gnome Mage is blasting everyone around him on a ledge, and he charges in and takes him down, and he's supposed to not feel awesome about that?
11-24-2009 @ 7:21PM
No, no, his reaction to the "For the Horde" people at Blizzcon. It's his tone anyway, mostly. Even though the gnome kill was epic he just spoke so..derisively.
11-24-2009 @ 7:26PM
Aww, I actually thought that sounded awesome.It sounded like he felt great about how, even with that split in faction love, there was still one fact: They were in line for the same thing and loved the same game.I don't think he wanted to sound derisive...and even if he did, I think it seems partly in jest. *shrug*
11-24-2009 @ 7:27PM
Samwise thinks that people are drawn to WoW in part because it lacks in character customization options.So yeah. He's a special guy.
11-24-2009 @ 7:48PM
Meh, I'm an Alliance extremist and I can't get enough of Samwise. Whatever he said doesn't even begin to scrape the bottom of the barrel of Horde PvP jackassery, so it's best to just take it with a grain of salt. Mmmmbecause...he's still Samwise. :/
11-24-2009 @ 11:33PM
And your type of behavior is what makes me hate the Alliance.Oh, wait, it doesn't... because--unlike you--I don't equate the relatively small group of players you represent with millions that play your faction.
11-25-2009 @ 1:09PM
Gotta love people who make ridiculous generalizations about "horde players this" and "alliance players that," usually based on some anecdotal incident. There are millions of people playing WoW, many (most?) as both Alliance and Horde. WE ARE ALL THE SAME PLAYERS. There is no such thing as a "typical horde" or "typical alliance," and to suggest otherwise just makes you look simple.
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