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4-18-2011 @ 2:45PM
Man, you Horde-fans are sou short-headed when it comes to politics... You must notice that, while the Alliance is a group of factions that think (almost all times) the same way and work together for a common goal and has no "leader" or "warchief", the Horde has a self-entitled chief in the orcs, that helped some scattered races here and there, gaining their help, in a kind of alliance that is fringe as it sounds. You can see that in the Forsaken, that already are only Horde in the name, not following the orcs rulership anymore. The Trolls, long time orc partners, only to see this being totally ignorated by a dull-headed grunt, relegating them to the lower end of the totem pole. The Blood Elves, joined the Horde for simple convenience, as Thrall needed some support in the Eastern Kingdoms, and they can leave the horde to join the Alliance because of the Forsaken threat. The Taurens, that are very nature alligned and are as partners to the Night Elves as they are to the Orcs. And the Goblins, that are only on it for the money. I can see any of the Horde factions leaving (to join Alliance or not), but I can't see any of the Alliance factions to leave (maybe the Gilneans, as they where always self-oriented, but for sure not joining the Horde). That's because one simple thing that caracterizes an alliance, same goals. The Alliance have it, the Horde don't.
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