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3-21-2012 @ 12:35PM
I most agree with the last statement, especially when it comes to the Argent Crusade. "Keeping them dynamic" isn't really important, they could have gone the way of the Ebon Blade, but that probably would have seemed strange, even to the non RP player. I really like neutral factions. They're (sometimes) a bastion of sanity and reason that we can relate to when you have nothing but the Horde and Alliance trying to smash each others faces in. I'd say sometimes, the neutral faction is the one some of us wish we could join. My ways of rationalizing the inaction of some of the faction leaders is that 1) the world is huge... well it should be. I'm pretty sure it takes more than 15 min to fly from Darkshore to Tanaris in "real" Azeroth. So maybe some of the things happening "under" so-and-so's nose are a bit farther off than we realize. I could be wrong, but that's just how I understand it. 2) There are a lot of things going on in Azeroth that these leaders have to deal with. Yea they sit in their castles or throne rooms all day, but if Azeroth levels of bat-shit-insanity were happening in the real world, leaders would have absolutely no idea what to address first. So I cut them a little slack because I assume they have a lot on their plate.
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