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10-27-2010 @ 12:07PM
This express EXACTLY how a forsaken feels, that's why i love that faction so much :D
10-27-2010 @ 3:14PM
This is EXACTLY how the forsaken feel, that's why I dislike that faction so much.Hehe. Honestly, they are the one faction whose motivations make me actively dislike them. I couldn't play horde because of them, though I really emphasize with orcs and tauren.
10-27-2010 @ 3:25PM
Like Grunegebrau said :)Sorry, but I just can't sympatise with the Forsaken, because all they are is a bunch of emo's that constantly expect you to feel sympathy for them, yet are not willing to give it back.Had they shown some more "humanity" in their quests, or at least not pretend themselves to be victims, or say that the Alliance "didn't reckognise their rights" while actively murdering and genociding others, then I might have actually started liking them.Oh well, I guess it gives my future Worgen an monstrous adversary, both on the ouside and inside, to kill :) Looking forward to seeing my future Worgen disperse some justice! ;)
10-27-2010 @ 5:47PM
The point is this video is vastly superior to the winner, which is a boring 80s movie, nice guy beats out hunk for hot chick, how incredibly original.This however is very original and there was quite a lot more work put into it, which I admire a lot more than a cheesy thing using mostly in-game animations.
10-28-2010 @ 3:03AM
The Forsaken are not really asking for "sympathy" from the other races, they are asking for help from the horde races but not sympathy.Think about it this way, the Prince of your kingdom just starting killing people, you try to run but your neighbor just lock the door and pretended to not be home. You get killed and raised as the living dead, and when you all of a sudden get your free will back, you go and kill the guy who did it to you, so....who the hell is next on the list?Just because you turned into Wolves doesn't mean we are going to forget you ignored us in our time of need!
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