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9-19-2010 @ 1:44AM
I want the Lion! Unfortunately for my, I am Horde, I don't find the scorpion very appealing
9-19-2010 @ 2:57AM
the lion is basically a new nightsaber (even the animation). you are getting a totally badass scorpion. how can you possibly not be thrilled?
9-19-2010 @ 3:26AM
I hate the Lion, the scorpion is awesome and original, while the lion looks like a weasel.Unfortunately - I have 3 alliance lvl 80s, and not even sure if wanna roll a goblin in cata.The grass is always greener, my friend.
9-19-2010 @ 8:59AM
Fortunately for me, I love the lion and I am alliance. For the alliance!! Also, I'd be worried about getting stung with that stinger right by my back. :p
9-19-2010 @ 11:12AM
Same boat, sigh. I'm a Hordie, but I'd much rather have the lion, it is QUITE lovely! The scorpion is just... ick. Purely personal opinion, mind you.Since they're getting rid of the Zulian Tiger, I really hope they add SOME sort of kitty mount the Horde has a shot at... otherwise I'd better just hope I can win the lottery and get a Spectral Tiger off eBay, heh.
9-19-2010 @ 11:42AM
If your horde, you can get the same basic model as the alliance one, but you wont be too happy. The model and animations of the Lion are identical to wind riders....
9-19-2010 @ 12:13PM
Lucky for me, I'm Horde most of the time and I love the Kron'kar Scorpion!I also find the lion quite appropiate for the Alliance, since their faction symbol is a lion. And I like it, too.
9-19-2010 @ 4:09PM
Not to mention, if you slam on the brakes on that scorpion, you're gettin' a stinger to the spine. And that'll really put a damper on your day.
9-20-2010 @ 10:12AM
Yeah, why would you want a lion? Alliance is getting the shaft on a guild mount. It's a freaking lame ass lion. Lion vs. Scorpion, there is not balanced in worthiness. Alliance already get tigers, what's so interesting about a lion?
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