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11-13-2010 @ 9:24PM
@DreyjaI am getting tired of the alliance self pity parties that are dotting the internet nowadays. The storyline in silverpine? Well the worgen lose and that guy from Gilneas you thought was a bad guy, turns out he is a bad guy. What exactly did you want to experience? What azeroth shaking worgen plot development are you guys going to miss?Also how would you explain that a country that basically cut all contact from everyone and gets attacked can suddenly have outposts everywhere on azeroth? What resources do they have to build them? I see a lot of alliance people pointing at Goblin towns like Gadgetzan and say worgen should have that exposure. But Gadgetzan is not part of the Horde, they are their own entity like Dalaran is to the alliance. This expansion is not even out yet and people are already complaining of the story line. Do you think the park area of stormwind will be destroyed forever? Don't you think that would be a great excuse to actually add that worgen area that was rumored all the time? Just give it time.Actually I am surprised the horde players are not complaining more, we had 2 expacs now where we seemed to be squeezed into the story line rather inelegantly. This past xpac the alliance had their main story line (arthas) as the main show case. A major dwarf lore character was reintroduced. And you guys got to learn the origins of 2 possibly 3 of your races! And in Cata you get an entire zone basically devoted to Night elf lore (hyjal), where the horde involvement again feels shoehorned in.What happened with the horde in WotLK? We met the Taunka which went nowhere and we had the battle of undercity. Oh and Garrosh took more of a center stage. That was pretty much it. (Oh yes and we got a hub city where the merchants kept saying "For the Alliance!" at us. Wonderful.)
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