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11-20-2011 @ 9:21PM
Huh. I really liked that link, DragonFireKai! It highlights my biggest problem with WoW. So many people time and again spout the line "where is the war in Warcraft?" because they want some sort of Alliance/Horde conflict. The problem with that is that it can't end. There's no way for one side to win or lose or the game as we know it is destroyed. If the Alliance loses everything, that's half the playerbase that quits because they don't want to be the other side. An Alliance/Horde war story is ultimately untenable since it can not have a true resolution. It inevitably must end at another stalemate.The linked post goes into much better detail than I do, so suffice it to say that I agree and I encourage everyone to read it.
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