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9-25-2011 @ 7:08PM
Does 'most populated' refer to spread or numbers? Cause I was under the impression the sand and frost trolls were more or less wiped out these days, and the jungle and forest ones aren't in great shape either, hence needing the Zandalari to take their capitals back.From my brief forays into RP realms, Scarlet Crusaders seem to be very common.
9-25-2011 @ 7:21PM
From my brief forays into the internet, wackos seem to be very common.
9-26-2011 @ 12:27AM
I meant two things by that:One - if real life is any indication, in a world such as Azeroth there could very well be many people who would join such an organization.Two - as a roleplayer, I feel that many of the people roleplaying Scarlet Crusaders may be a bit silly. It seems bizarre that one day somebody just decides to join an organization that kills people not already in it (it makes recruitment a tad awkward) and is controlled by demons. Enough people have known for enough years about the Scarlet Crusade's nature that it should be common knowledge. Finally, given the current state of the Crusade, I shake my head out-of-character when I see another adventurer declare themselves as a new member of the Scarlet Crusade, and in-character I chalk it up to yet another troubled soul driven over the edge.
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