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5-19-2010 @ 8:33AM
Having played Alliance almost exclusively until now, you've instilled in me a burning desire to make a little orc, run him up to the door and examine it properly for the first time.
5-19-2010 @ 8:52AM
One of my most enduring memories about my first character (an Orc warlock) was arriving at the gates of Orgrimmar. There were a number of level 70s (this was in BC) duelling each other and these giant gates towering up above them. Entering inside was an amazing experience, because of the way Org manages to appear so large, even though it's really not that big these days.I think it's probably the reason that Orc went on to be my main. Anyway, my point is: Org's a great city, so go check it out if you've only ever played Alliance.
5-19-2010 @ 11:09AM
On that topic, i'm mainly horde, but i can say, for sure, the statues at the entrance of stormwind are pretty epic
5-19-2010 @ 4:41PM
Now I know this is mostly unrelated, but...I have usually played alliance, only switching to play horde with some IRL friends. i had only seen Orgrimmar when I did the For the Alliance! quests, and when I played Horde, i found the lack of ordered town areas (compared to IF and SW, I mean) first bugged me, but then kind of grew on me. I loved the tower behind the bank that lets you get to the Valley of Spirits, with the FP at the top. I usually hung out up there when I was bored... Then, about after two months of playing Horde on and off, I had a revelation... That tower, at the top... Had a roof. Am I the only one that completely missed this for so long? I asked my friend, and he'd been playing Horde for years, was shocked to find this out too. Anyone else out there had this happen to them?
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