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10-26-2011 @ 10:09AM
I have played both Ally and horde (more ally) - and I will say that in terms of this point of the story - there is a horde bias... but I feel there needs to be, because we all know deep down that if push comes to shove - the alliance wins in the end. Warcrafts core has always been that humanity will find a way, so really the horde needs to shine now as eventually the pendulum will swing back the other way and swing back hard. As for the age "thing" using my own anecdotal experience - in vanilla, I felt there was a larger alliance presence, you had the 25+ crowd who were coming in from other MMO's and went with the familiar class archetypes. You also had the younger crowds who defaulted to the "good guys." On the horde side, I want to say that you had this big influx of Warcraft fans - the guys who came to revere Thrall from warcraft 3. And that consisted of a majority of the 16-25 crowd.Early on, the experience gamers from the 25+ crowd seemed to excel. but those college aged kids quickly caught up and passed them - and what I have seen develop is that as the younger player cuts their teeth on the alliance, as they hit that late teen phase they go to the horde.Just my own experience.
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