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1-22-2011 @ 11:37AM
My night elf priest main holds high respect toward Bolvar Fordragon. So when the Wrathgate happened, she was distraught. But then she delivered his shield to Varian Wrynn and took part in the Battle for the Undercity, and Varian decided to be an idiot and declare war on the Horde despite the more pressing problems in Northrend, and DESPITE how Bolvar's intentions had been to work together with the Horde against a common enemy. What Varian did, she sees as a direct betrayal of Bolvar's ideals. She's never forgiven him for sullying the Highlord's memory like that, and probably never will.Also, my baby worgen druid is currently questing through Duskwood, and doesn't like to reveal that she's a worgen in Darkshire. ...Well, among other humans in general, really, but especially when that town is having so much trouble with feral ones...Aside from that, it really depends on the situation.
1-22-2011 @ 12:45PM
I did the quest line last night in Grizzly Hills where you go the the Worgen Camp and finally set free a captive human there. At one point he yells, "Were you bloody bitten?" As a Worgen, I had a moment of ... well... sort of... but then he runs to the horse and the fight is on. I was imagining what he might be saying when I transformed into a Worgen myself when the combat automatically transformed me INTO A WORGEN! AHHHHH!!!
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