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8-15-2011 @ 5:10PM
@LoopWith all due respect, you clearly don't understand what I am talking about.I've played WOLK both as Alliance and Horde (can you say the same?) and I was **MUCH** more impressed with the Horde storyline than the Alliance storyline.The whole thing about the growing popularity of Garrosh and Saurfang's misgivings about how his success led to people overlooking his atrocities for example. The incidents in Grizzly Hills further showed this battle for the soul of the Horde.How it culminated in Icecrown with the cowardly attack from behind against Alliance forces was very good.Add in how the Taunka seemed to be exploited by Horde recruiters and how the Forsaken were looking at the other Horde races with contempt...This all spelled an outstanding story... which the Alliance had no counterpart for. (The Alliance story seemed patchwork in comparison)For the Horde, Wrathgate was a culmination of various threads and foreshadowing.For the Alliance, we had something that was clearly written for the Horde to which we were given a sub par involvement.I stand by my statement.
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