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9-26-2011 @ 12:23AM
@ MariusAgreed, however...It's true that there have been many Orc and Human friendships, partnerships, and alliances. Jaina and Thrall being I think the most obvious example. My point however, the one that doesn't stab things, would be this is Warcraft. The entire theme of the game is based on the conflict between Orcs and Humans.The story has evolved, and so have many of the characters, but at it's core, this game is about conflict. That's what I find fun about it. I can put aside real life, where I spend my time skirting the grey and being diplomatic, and instead embrace faction loyalty. Does this mean I never play Alliance? No in fact I've been leveling and rp'ing a Dwarf for Brewfest.Anyway, I love complex characters and story lines, but I also love the simplicity of the faction conflict. I'm not a fan of sports, I've never been a nationalist, so Warcraft is where I play with these concepts. Besides, more than being Horde for life, I'm at my heart a Forsaken sympathizer, which gives me plenty of reasons to dislike Humans...and want to stab them. Alot.
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