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7-06-2011 @ 9:52PM
If the horde and Garrosh treats us the utmost respect, they wouldn't be trashing everything. Outside of Mulgore, it a mess. How can we stand by when they are cutting down the forest of felwood, when we have been purifying it. Azshara, Ashenvale, same thing. Other than a small spot of Desolace, everything the horde touches is destroyed. And I'm not even going to talk about the undead. They should be destroyed, and undercity buried after being burned, blowed up, and defecated on. If the playing tauren in the game were Grimtotem tribe, then I could let it slide. There are a quest where they ally with alliance. They are more the battle harden tauren that should be the horde.I've finished the new content in the zones on my tauren and it's as a tauren sick. No way would there be any tauren that would do some of the quests for the undead, and b.elf. Orc quests mostly are more of a honor aspect. And tauren just reinforces the old style of life. And I'm almost finished with the alliance side, and there are a less tauren/destroy the earth quests now. And there are more taurens giving quests than n.elfs in the horde quests.I agree there are a section of orcs that go well with taurens. But that is a very small group. Taurens are a race that give when they take. There is a balance. And the only reason the rest of the orcs associate with us is that we have honor. Love of battle only when honor is present. There isn't a bloodlust without honor. I know we stay horde because of balance in the game. But LK and especially Cata has blurred that line so much, the line is almost gone. And from what I have done in fireland. It's almost nonexistent. Lore is lacking now, and it's sad. Because our lore was the best in the game.
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