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8-04-2011 @ 7:52AM
@AngryCeltI love how you try to dismiss people's generalisations about humans and those who play them by making massive generalisations about the other races. Trolls are not Bloodthirsty - they are an ancient people (possibly the most ancient people) with a diverse set of cultures and beliefs in the game. They are often misunderstood and dismissed because of their religious belief in canibalism (a practice that the Darkspear, among other tribes, have renounced) but in previous centuries built some of the most impressive and intricate cities Azeroth has ever seen. Their current status as the underdog to these upstart younger races - including some that are not even native to Azeroth - has left different tribes with different ideas about how to protect their people and their culture and possibly reclaim their place among the races of the world.Tauren society, while peaceful on outside, is still reeling from the death of a leader and various political forces within it - from those who are simply uncomfortable with some of those races Horde membership has allied them with, to those who are actively trying to topple the current regime. Plus, with the introdcution of the Sunwalkers, they could be said to being going through a major religious reformation.To argue that Dwarven society isn't complex and disparate right now and to dismiss them as simply "drunk" is just ludicrous. With the Dark Iron, Ironforge and Wildhammer dwarves existing in an uneasy coallition - and Myra Bronzebeard's plans still not full revealed with regards to her son - dwarven society is, if anything, less politically and culturallly uniform than Human society. Plus with the Explorer's league ready to poke its nose into anything it finds - even if it has the potential to destroy the world, who knows what will happen with the Dwarves next?Every race in WoW has quite deep characteristics and back-story. Humans aren't unique in that resepect.
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