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11-16-2011 @ 10:04AM
1) Probably, yes.2) That's a good question. Do the devs ignore the Alliance on purpose or it just happens because most of them are Horde fans at heart and *forget* to give the Alliance the same treatment?3) Because he is an evil douchebag like his dad Grom. The Horde is winning not because of Garrosh, but because of ass-pulls and Deus Ex Machina's by the devs. Or because Sylvannas has finally gone pure-evil and is bombing half of the Eastern Kingdoms with the plague. Hail the New Lich Queen ¬¬BTW, I don't like Sylvie, she's evil and that's not what I signed for when I made the jump from Warcraft III to WoW.4) In WC3, it's stated that Grom's actions were wrong, but at least he got the excuse of demon-poisoning and the xenophobia of the Night Elves. His son however, shows a disrespect for all living things (not just the elves) unimaginable for a clean, uncorrupted Mag'har Orc. The Horde has gone down a morally dark path in WoW compared to what it was in WC3. Garrosh and Sylvannas just make things worse.5) I agree.6) Nothing to say here.7) Yeah. And while we're at it, why not give the Horde the entire continent of Kalimdor? I'm sure such a reasonable course of action won't create any game unbalances at all, and most Alliance players will find it fair and appropiate. *Puts on sarcasm glasses*8) Too soon to tell, I just hope blizz doesn't turn it into another humiliating defeat for the Alliance with no repercussions whatsoever, like the ones I used to see while leveling an ally toon in the Cata 1-60 zones.9) I'll be ok as long as everything remains balanced in the end.10) Jaina is gonna be a major player in MoP, therefore it's unlikely for her to die so early into the expansion.
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