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9-25-2011 @ 7:59PM
actually you reminded me of an interesting aspect to the game. WIth all the third factions out there that combine horde and alliance races, which both factions have supported with individual citizens (Cenarion Circle, Earthen Ring, shattered sun offensive, Argent Crusade) there are scores of members of the "opposite faction" that they consider allies. But thats just it, they arent the opposite faction because these members swear loyalty to that faction, not the horde or alliance. they just happen to be tauren or forsaken, or human or dwarf. So when a human goes up to a place that needs aid and sees a tauren he cant think "HORDE!" automatically, but he probably knows that he could very easily be horde. Resulting in great distrust and uneasyness.So its more like "The Horde" and "The Alliance" are like some sort of Mafia, cult, or family. You are automatically associated with it because of how you where born. You will always have to deal with your allied race and enemy races assuming you are loyal to your faction whether or not you are loyal to it (Most of my characters are, but my main, in Wrath, Officially "disappeared" to quit SI:7, and the only faction he directly associates himself with is the Argent Crusade). Heck there are probably members who feel that your characters not associating himself with the faction as just "rebelliousness" like a Mafia who doesnt interfere with someone "quitting" because they know the guy cant live an honest life and will be back once hes gone through his phase.
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