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4-15-2011 @ 6:26AM
I know I will get down-voted for saying this. It appears there are a lot of whining alliance in this thread. There also seem to be a lot of Horde who shouldn't be Horde here. I dont know what Warcraft games you have been playing for the past decade, but, Orcs fight, its what they do. Mess with them, they push back. They need something, they take it. This pussification of the Horde disgusts me.
4-15-2011 @ 9:58AM
"Mess with them, they push back. "Hmm, amazing wisdom. Until this point, I never would have thought that living in a land (Ashenvale, Gilneas, Southshore) counted as "messing" with the orcs.How dare those whining Alliance types actually shoot back![/sarcasm]
4-15-2011 @ 11:14AM
You are not alone. Every time I hear them cry about him, it makes me realize that he's doing everything right.
4-15-2011 @ 12:56PM
So you're saying Orcs are brainless war machines - and that's a compliment?Ooohhhkkaayy. X-p /shrugAnd your definition of whining is pretty interesting.
4-22-2011 @ 4:43PM
"So you're saying Orcs are brainless war machines - and that's a compliment?"While your reaction is a bit of an overstatement, he's not saying it's a compliment. He's saying that's WHAT ORCS ARE. Orcs are brash. Orcs are violent. Orcs value strength, not weakness. Orcs take what they need. Above all, ORCS will decide the future of the Orcs, not some outsiders.Immersion in the story is great, but if you're going to immerse yourself please leave behind all preconcieved notions from Real Life about how diplomacy and human interaction work. It's about as useful as sitting here in our own world being critical of the way a wolf pack works, and saying they should be more peaceful and egalitarian. They're wolves. It's their nature, and you're not going to change them. If you don't like them, shoot them when they kill your sheep. No one's asking you to BE a wolf./end rant.
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