Nov 11th 2007 3:45PM lol, it never fails to give me a chuckle reading all of Elizabeth's subtle comments against the Alliance. "kind of like the Draenei" was so obvious. XD "leaving her watchers to die underground" and how bluntly it was put, compared to the rest of the article, even seperated from the rest of the text to further emphizise it! The "should have been a Blood Elf" when Night Elves are quite overly skinny themselves, and the joke being based off a "fat person broke the [object], skinny person wouldn't have" style of joke.
Not to make a big deal out if it, as it isn't, it means very little. But it still gives me a good laugh every time I read these subtle remarks. XD
Also bluntly put was saying how Tyrande 'murdered' the watchers to free Illidan. D: The watchers attacked her to keep Illidan imprisoned, Tyrande defended herself. She didn't just walk in and ruthlessly murder them! lol. Eliza would have explained that with her usual sort of humor, but she has such a strong bias against Ally, am I the only one noticing this? :S
"Drek'thar and the Frostwolf forces murdered the Stormpike Dwarves upon seeing them encroach upon their lands - not unlike the Warsong clan at Ashenvale." That statement is very boldly put, with there being much more to the story from both sides. But that's how Eliza's remarks tend to come off as. =P
This is coming from a Horde from day one, on a PvP server at that! Maybe I should roll Alliance some time, I like being the underdog! Every article here between Horde and Alliance, or most things by Elizabeth, will most likely have Horde favored in the title, description and pictures, the "WoW Insider Guild" was, of course, Horde. Mention Alliance in trade chat and you're harassed like crazy. Make a Horde vs. Ally thread and just witness the results, lol.
Lets have an Alliance celebration day to bring up the broken spirits of the tarnished underdogs of WoW. XD
Oct 19th 2007 5:26AM I went with a female Night Elf Druid instead of a male because I found it so interesting to imagine trying to earn acceptance and power over nature as a female, rather than a male. I imagine always being looked down upon a bit, not being taken seriousley. But that leaves plenty of room to prove them wrong, and set that image that female Night Elves can be quite fluent in Druidism themselves, hopefully setting an image and becoming a rolemodel for all female Druids to look up too. :)
Jul 23rd 2007 8:22AM @20
Speaking of Role Playing; whom are you to assume every Blood Elf Paladin deems themself a Blood Knight?
I avoid Silvermoon like the plague, I have never done more than a couple Silvermoon quests, and have never done a single "Blood Knight" quest. I am a High Elf Paladin, and always have been in the Warcraft Universe. My people were killed and our lands destroyed, they abonded the Light. But that in no way determines whom I am.
I have my own personal desires in this world, but becuase I am what are now called Blood Elves, does not make me identicle to what people view as the majority of my people.
It's very Racist to assume all High Elf Priests and Paladins are now Blood Knights imho.