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2-29-2012 @ 7:37AM
When I first joined the game, I'd been pulled in by a group of real life friends, playing a Horde toon on their realm. A little later I found out that another friend happened to play Alliance on the same realm. She didn't understand why I had chosen a Troll over a pretty purple-haired Elf and tried to make me reconsider. I wouldn't, however I visited her next time with my laptop, and we sat down next to each other and played "together" as much as the game would let us (she was questing her way to 70 at the time, I was already 70 and came to help her with group quests). I loved how we did something that wasn't intended by Blizzard, but at the same time thought it was really silly that we had toon on the same realm, that could meet up physically in the game world, but not ally to play together.I would love cross-faction raids. I don't think it should be happening lore-wise, but for the sake of gameplay a raid could be classified as Horde or Alliance depending on who's got the majority, and racials could only work on the players of your own faction. ToC is an obvious exclusion, not just because of the loot, but because the whole instance makes no sense at all of you do it with a mixed group. And then again, who'd want to go back there, anyways?
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