Jan 25th 2010 10:53PM "I repeat, Warcraft lore isn't to be taken seriously."
Nah, he's just saying to take seriously the fact that you can't take it (the lore) seriously. ;-)
What I don't understand, in response to the article, is how many Horde players roleplay (in how they view their character and faction, regardless of server type) half-heartedly, in the sense that they don't embrace in their characters the qualities the Old and New Horde admire and were/are taking on. That is, they try and justify certain aspects of their faction...to what end? That they're all 'good' like the Alliance? Are they uncomfortable about their past? Where are the Hordies who are screaminig for blood? Do they not care and just want to be BA and a rebel, as all the 'kids' and 'noobs' play Ally? (And many Ally are, granted, especially on my server.)
I just don't see how Blizzard wants people to view/play Horde characters...that or many players don't fully embrace it. Can someone explain it to me? Rather interested to hear a different perspective.
I also don't see how the Tauren fit in with any new turn in the Horde's leadership, as the Tauren don't share necessarily the same ideals.
Dec 25th 2009 4:21PM woot!
Dec 25th 2009 4:15PM Merry Christmas to you all at wow.com!
Nov 24th 2009 3:14PM whoaw, very much so.
Nov 24th 2009 8:58AM woot!
Nov 23rd 2009 9:42AM Awesome...can't say I regret my time leveling my Cat.