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12-30-2009 @ 10:17PM
The Horde has always been divided into two basic groups. The Horde of Kalimdor (orcs, tauren, trolls) is rather close knit, bound together by similar customs, traditions, and religions. The Horde of Lordaeron (Forsaken and blood elves) are closely allied with each other, due to being former allies and having both been betrayed by the Alliance in some capacity. This has alwasy been reflected in-game, even in their starting reputations.The Forsaken and blood elves joined the Horde for their own reasons, and the Horde doesn't fully trust them. It is not inconceivable that they could some day (WC4?) break away and form their own faction.I don't think I'd say the Alliance is particularily close-knit. The humans and dwarves, perhaps. The gnomes have only recently surfance, having previously been dealing with their own issues. The night elves also seem to be, by and large, a seperate entity, fairly disconnected from the Alliance. With their own history stretching back for millenia, and having only been members of the Alliance for a few years, I don't think you could say that their bond is particularily strong.
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