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3-21-2012 @ 12:24PM
I think neutral factions should be expressed more as temporary treaties and alliances. Rather than having the Argent Crusade still around attempting to continue its existence, it would have made more since for the Crusade to be a momentary agreement between the Horde, Alliance, and the Argent Dawn in light of the massive treat that was the Lich King. With the Lich King destroyed, the agreement is ended and the Alliance and Horde can go back to destroying each other.
3-21-2012 @ 3:48PM
The simple answer here is, that player characters are unnamed adventurers that themselves are (mostly) neutral. While yes, they might represent a horde / alliance race, that doesn't mean they swear undying allegiance to their faction, or even their race. That is how I see it and even remember hearing PC's explained in lore.
3-21-2012 @ 6:28PM
This. In game terms, your character isn't Garrosh's best friend or Wrynn's strong right hand. Your guy is Calder Grey or Linken or Nat Pagle. You are one of Azeroth's wandering mercenary trouble makers who occasionally signs up with the army.
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