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8-19-2011 @ 3:52PM
I started by playing both sides (different servers back then) and noticed a few differences. These are sweeping generalizations based on my own experiences, so -- grain of salt, there.Alliance players:* really believe that they are the good guys* as result, they can do really nasty things, because... hey, they're good, after all.* tend to take themselves very seriouslyHorde players:* seem more aware that they're just playing a game* as a result, there's more tomfoolery and jackassery* tend to diss each other a lot, but no one seems to care muchTL;DR - playing on an Alliance character always feels like I'm at a church picnic. Playing on a Horde character always makes me feel like I'm hanging out with the stoners I knew in high school. And I'm not judging, criticizing, or ragging on either group - just noting the differences that I experience on my realms.
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