Oct 8th 2009 10:44AM She looks like she's out of an adult movie. Gave her a chest job, bigger lips, stupider look on her face. Hell she probably is stunned she gets to be vertical for so long.
Jan 17th 2008 3:49PM It's a nice read, but very bias. Iceblood is no where near as easly defended as the author pretends to make it out to be and our captain is completly open on all but one side for assault. Typically the horde forces ride out, head right for Stonehearth and maybe one or two try to defend Iceblood and quickly die after. Even when we do defend there's two very wide paths around iceblood. There is no "bottleneck" as bottleneck implies one small passage not two wide openings. It would take most of the horde force to hold back the alliance there as they just mount up and go around to the side people are not defending.
The horde base itself is very weak, our towers barely shoot anyone because of LOS issues unlike the alliance towers where both towers can shoot someone before they even make it across the bridge.
This read was clearly written by an alliancer trying to stir up pity but the truth is there's no solid choke point for the horde until just outside the general's room. That is the only place I've EVER seen the horde bottleneck the alliance and once again because of the LOS issues horde can't actually attack until alliance come up and over the hill. They simply run back into the building below the towers to break LOS with defenders, archers, and what not. It's free alliance break and recovery room while horde are in open LOS the whole time while assaulting the alliance base. Also for when the alliance get bored they just jump the fenses at our base and walk right into the horde's base. Again we horde have no choose but to go across a completly LOS open bridge.