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9-21-2011 @ 8:32AM
Agreed.I started Warcraft as a Night Elf in Vanilla per the request of my friend that got me into WoW, dropped the character after a couple of months when they stopped playing and have been Horde since. Back then there was a much larger difference between the types of people you'd run into, and of course it's completely subjective but I just found more likeable people on the Horde side than on the Alliance.Not to mention, for the most part... Horde is just so much cooler. I like the lore better, I like the cities and quests, it's just more fun.The caveat to this is I recently rolled a Dwarf for RP and Brewfest. I love the character, and dwarfs, Ironforge is cool, everything else is just unsettling. Can't tell you how many times I've nearly been killed galloping toward a familiar town only to realize I'm red to them...Which brings me to the question, if you're Horde For Life or Something Something Alliance what Race of the opposing faction are you cool with? I imagine there are lots of Alliance that are okay with Tauren but not the Forsaken for example.For me I like Dwarfs and to an extent Worgen and that's it really.Gnomes freak me out.Humans are lame.Space Goats would be coast to coast but really just don't feel right.Night Elves... are not much different than Blood Elves except I like the Blood Elf lore better. Hard to go wrong role playing a Magic junkie.Worgen are cool but I really hate the Humans of Azeroth so there is that...
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