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3-21-2012 @ 4:43PM
Right, my brain is telling me it's either a troll or otherwise not worth replying, but the subject piques my interest, so I'll go on anyway, in an attempt to bring civilized arguments up.As for why it seems Blizzard favors the Alliance, to my understanding, in vanilla they outnumbered the Horde players by quite a lot, and tended to be more scrubby and casual in general, resulting in getting their butts kicked 90% of the time in BGs and pretty much anything that required organization. So it's not really that the Alliance was all that much worse off, it's that their complaints were more numerous than the Horde's, and the winning side's commentary was just shot down with a game of majority rule.The zone balance thing, I can somewhat agree with Blizzard, on the part that Horde really didn't have all that many good quest hubs anywhere in the Eastern Kingdoms once you go south of the Arathi Highlands, with Alliance having a fair deal of stuff going on all over Kalimdor. Yet, let me ask you this: since Cata, or really, since Warcraft 2, has the Alliance actually scored any single big, canon win against the Horde in ANYTHING? All they've had is a win that's never mentioned again for breakfast, a serving of whoop-ass for lunch and an uncertain truce ended by Horde agression for dinner every day for some time now, as far as I can recall.Also, if they really favored the Alliance so much, would you really think they'd off Theramore, almost like a fourth Alliance capital (honestly, screw the Exodar, that's not a city, it's just proof of poor driving skill on the draenei's part), as they did (or rather, will)? And you say it's a "fact" that if they said an Alliance leader became a raid boss it would be the end? How do you know it's a fact? Have there been any Alliance leaders that became raid bosses? No? Then how exactly can you be so sure? Yes? Well, it was a small apocalypse for people to not give a dime. Please don't spew random stuff your brain crunches out and call them facts, doesn't make a penny's worth of sense and only incites pointless fighting over the internet.
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