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3-06-2011 @ 8:03AM
I was rather disappointed with the Worgen Starting zone ending so abruptly and how theres not many f them around the world. Still, I like them and the goblins as well.
3-06-2011 @ 3:29PM
It kind of makes sense that there arn't that many worgen running around though. Afterall the worgen are all from one country that up till recently were proud to be behind a giant wall, and even of them only a minority of the population were ever turned into worgen in the first place. It'd be kind of weird if you saw them every where you turned.Plus if you think about it, we see more Gilneans then we see Bildgwater goblins. Most of the goblin settlements around the world are part of the steemwheedle cartel, or some other neutral faction. Sure, obviously goblins are goblins are goblins, but in terms of presence in the world the alliance-specific worgen have a much bigger impact then the horde-specific goblins.
3-06-2011 @ 7:45PM
I loved the whole Worgen starting zone 1-12. After that it was nice to get out in the world. The whole being a half wolf thing wasn't at all as neat as I thought it would be. The laugh of the female is horrid. The dances- I won't even start on that. The perma snarls and the constant sniffing. Not my cup of tea. I play Alliance mostly. I rolled a Golblin on a different server than my mains. Personally it feels cool to be a goblin and I only played for 3 levels which was about 20 min. The questing there was like playing a preschool version of Grand theft auto to me. The most fun I had was running over pedestrians in between quests. I think I will be a lot happier with the Goblins as a playable race than the worgen. Also the whole running wild thing isn't as cool as I thought it would be either. It looks silly at lvl 20 and even sillier at lvl 40. If they gave them racial mounts at least you would have an option earlier than getting exalted with another faction. Seeing people using their sparkle ponies on them is hilarity though.
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