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4-24-2011 @ 7:56PM
Yes, I'm not going to be surprised if this treatment of the story leads to a lot of flaming.This is a fair, accurate description of the Horde side and perspective to the story in the Southern Barrens. However, the two-week format really can't help but come across as biased against the Alliance. The Alliance side of the events are a strong counterbalance to the Horde perspective, but I think this issue, which is quite touchy for a lot of people, will suffer from being split up. It would have been far more constructive, in my opinion, to offer both sides of the conflict in a longer, single article; even if it took longer to write and pushed the release back a week.In any case, I urge everyone here to hold off on condemning the Alliance for their actions until both sides of the story have been explored.
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