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  1. I always hated the concept of 'blaster proof armor' that wasn't a suit of like, inch thick metal. Its a personal taste, obviously, but it kinda sucked the fun out of a sci-fi gadget like a blaster.
  2. I think its more that the modeling of the Barrens in game (which admittedly, is out of date both as a design/concept, but most importantly technologically), is why everyone assumes its a desert. Because well... It looks like a desert.
  3. Locking the thread. This is more for politics, and can go alittle bit out of control, which has already started to happen in the blogs.
  4. I'm more of a Classic Star Wars in terms of design, more cloaks, less spikes, imo. But still impressive, more that they worked on their animation rigging alittle.
  5. Thread got hit by the annoying lock bug, nothing bad happened. Aleria, like any group, you can say, generally, that the Darkspear feel the same as Voljin. The only thing going against that, would be players. But ignoring that, yes, they'd follow his example. The Darkspear have a long history of more peaceful coexistence. The difference when you say what Vol'jin does is the 'opposite' of what you should forget about trolls, is that you have to take it what tribe your talking about, not just that they're trolls. Darkspears have always been like this, for a long time. Like how the Amani have be
  6. I undeleted it, don't worry You still brought up good points.
  7. Nope! Not at all! Hence why I used my magical fairy dust and resurrected your post! As you know, Hakkar is a dark loa, and wants to turn trolls into his unwilling slaves, this, is something the Zandalari oppose. They worship the loa, and serve them, but not in dominance, they want a balance, not over tipped scales. I love how they wrote the introduction of the Drakkari, as they were one tribe that got almost no face time since an early mention in WC3, until Wrath. Like you said, they were sacrificing their power, some for personal gains, but also in an 'Oh fuck, oh fuck, god damned zombies e
  8. This has gotten into bickering that isn't anything about writing at this point. Locked.
  9. Aleria, why do you feel Hyjal should just be for the Night Elves? Until the Third War, yes, that area was all Night Elf, all the time (for a mere payment of 9.95 a minute). But when Archimonde made his way there, it was not Night Elves that fought and defeated him. It was not the Horde that fought and defeated him. It was not the Alliance that fought and defeated them. It was ALL of them. Since then, Hyjal started a new history of cooperation (either positive, or negative), and you're neglecting the very important fact of game mechanics. That being a high end area, there is no -fully Alliance
  10. I think have found the problem with your stance Aleria with your issues against the Horde, and how you feel the Alliance is given 'less'. Horde = A country/centralized government. Multiple races (and two, maybe one race as a territorial ally. See: Forsaken), under one ruler. Separate cultures and peoples inside it, surely, but still ruled by the 'law of the Warchief'. Alliance = Allied group of separate nations. Each with their own ruler, their own laws defining them. COMPLETELY different. There really is nothing 'completely Alliance', because the Alliance is just the group. If they EVER un
  11. Its not that WC3 doesn't equal WoW, its that the writing of it is based differently. Every single player campaign will make that singular race, the most powerful. Also that 'armies' and such, don't translate in well in a game that ALL you're doing is building armies, while the other can include most of the rest of the social elements as well. And ya, the Cenarian Circle is a joint group with Night Elves, Tauren, and now Trolls and Worgen. The Night elves may be the older of the druids (I can't recall if Blizzard ever stated WHEN Tauren started being Druids, source anyone?), but it is a coalit
  12. I demand that Blizzard make Trolls the most powerful, because they are the one race that had the largest empires of all of them. But then, theres a difference between game balancing, and lore balancing, which people are forgetting. And WC3 =/= WoW. Every campaign, of every race in WC3 was played to be 'the best'. There are times where the humans will remark about the orcs that they're unstoppable, or that the Forsaken are a serious menace. What you're seeings is a problem with writing one type of game (RTS) to then be included into a MMO. Now, does that mean thats an excuse for some thing
  13. I're kinda being unrealistic with your views of Night Elves... If they were that powerful (and I don't see what Blizzard has said about them being even a hairs breath of what you've said, but that could be your writing), then why the hell would their society be the way it is, and why the hell would anyone want to play them? Don't forget, they were weakened when they lost the world tree (if thats something you're mentioning as well with the Blizzard bits), and no where does it say their weak and pathetic. They're just used to a status quo that was relevant a thousand years ago, not
  14. Night Elves aren't the only one feeling that sort of pinch, trolls (Darkspear specifically, trolls in generally can be over done), and Tauren are still abit absent with leaders, and other things. It sounds more like your concern is story telling in-game, which, can be hard to balance, it's an mmo after all, it actually does take alot of work. And don't forget, like the trolls, Night Elves are no longer the strong power they used to be. They got knocked off their high pedestal ages ago, and either by choice, or neglect, never really went farther along. That seems more of their social backgroun