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Refighting the Second War {WoW}

Jul 23rd 2007 6:59AM Horde would win, hands down. I've played mainly alliance, but it seems that the Horde has a few severe advantages.

1) They control the majority of Kalimdor, with only a couple small outposts on the mainland. A navy could not defend the Exodar and Teldrassil effectively, as it would be hard for the Alliance to establish a base with a fortified enemy, even with the Hordes limited naval technology, in wait.

2) Dalaran is shattered, Gilneas is cut off and has no word can enter or exit the nation. Aside from a couple minuscule outposts like southshore and Refuge pointe, Kul Tiras would be the only power in the north that could fight the combined might of the blood elves and the forsaken.

3) Most of Kul Tiras's strength lies in their navy, whereas a fight against the northern horde would be land based.

4) It would be a simple matter for the Blood Elves and the Forsaken to march south, eliminating Southshore and refuge Pointe, staging as close as Hammerfall. Once these places fall there is only one land crossing into the northern Kingdoms, The dwarven bridge from the wetlands to the arathi Highlands. This is a perfect bottleneck, allowing the horde to hold the north part of the Eastern Kingdoms indefinitely.

5) Itwould be hard to root the Alliance out permanently, but the Horde would, in the end gain more land than they lose.