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12-08-2011 @ 3:20PM
@clundgrenSome points about your comments and I really have to wonder how much you have played as a goblin. 1) Blood elves got the Reliquary, which is the Horde's version of one of the biggest things that the Alliance had going on- The Explorer's League. While I agree that your blood elf leadership is AWOL, just like the Alliance's is, the blood elves haven't been lacking for lore. WotLK had a lot of Blood Elf story in it (Quel'dalara sp? as an example). Compared with what the draenei had gotten since BC, there are a lot of players that would love to trade places with the blood elves.2) The goblins after level 10 just peter out? Did you not play in Azshara which was a goblin-only zone and continued the goblin story? How about Ashenvale/STM/STV/TH/Tanaris/Badlands which featured Bilgewater goblins extensively? How about that TH intro in which the goblins play an integral role?Sorry, but compared to the worgen, who's story does disappear right after level 13 and basically get's overwritten by the night elves, the goblins make it out very good. They are featured in damn near every single 80+ zone while the worgen are limited to just 2 worgen showing up and a couple we aren't even sure are.3) Baine? Play through the tauren starting zone and you'll see what he is thinking about Garrosh. Also, read the Shattering as well.The Horde storyline is about the orcs, because the orcs run the Horde. They created, they are in the leadership position and the other races serve at Garrosh's beck and call.
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