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12-12-2009 @ 1:28AM
Maybe adults on both sides tend to realize it's just a game, while the adolescent (whether physically or emotionally) identify themselves as the edgy, dark "Hordies". They think they're rebelling against "the man" in a video game actually means they're that IRL. These are the people that are more likely to band together in an "us against the world" mindset, so they're more outspoken about it.Add to this the fact that Blizzard tends to promote the Horde more than the Alliance (and many of them seem to lean that way in their game-play as well) and what do you expect? It's even possible (tin hat time here, folks, be warned) that Blizz is directly at fault for the imbalance in the photos. I've submitted two Alliance pics now, and neither one has been posted to the site. Why the heck is that? What's going on at Blizz headquarters? ;)
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