Shared Topic: What Does It Mean To Be Horde/Alliance?

This week Spinks asks us to consider what it means to us to be a part of the Horde or the Alliance.

I got this idea from the paid faction changes, and I was trying to list out some things I thought you had to do in game to be a real Horde.
Then I figured this might be a fun shared topic. What does it mean to you to be Horde/ Alliance?

Contributing patriotically this week are the following Blog Azeroth Bloggers

Solomonx from Magetable: “I found myself with a newfound respect and loyalty to the Horde”

Kirei at A Gamer of Sorts: “not only do I play both Horde and Alliance, but I realized that I do actually think differently of both my characters”

Darkpurple from Druidic In Nature: “I see Alliance as proud and sophisticated, giving great value to intellectual pursuits”

Plague from Cataclysm’s Edge: “The olden days world PvP was something to be proud of and I dare any player from them times to not get misty eyed when “Southshore” gets mentioned.”

Nigiri from Adventures of a Priest: “Help Abercrombie get his wife Eliza back, only to realize you were vastly underpowered for what was about to come your way”

Saresa at Destructive Reach: “I just wanted to be pretty”

To contribute to this weeks topic, or to suggest one of your own, head on over to the Blog Azeroth Forums!

2 comments to Shared Topic: What Does It Mean To Be Horde/Alliance?

  • [...] Blog Azeroth blogger Spinks, of Spinksville, suggested the shared topic “What Does It Mean To Be Horde/Alliance?” Having both Alliance and Horde characters, but playing predominantly Alliance side, I [...]

  • Grayem

    Leveing a Horde character with the express purpose of getting Echeyakee for your alliance hunter.

    Getting killed in Duskwood by Stitches while running out to find out what all the commotion is about.

    Going back to Duskwood at level 50+ to get revenge on Stitches for “killing you that one time.”