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View Poll Results: Which is your J/P funtion and which side in WoW would you choose?

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    4 15.38%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldanen View Post
    I think this means that Ps are evil.
    Wait, so you think The Horde is evil then?
    I think The Horde is the poor suppressed side, which suffer from the complex of "we-are-good-and-right-and-you-are-bad-and-wrong" of alliance. We only defend, poor Horde

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    I've always known Ps were evil just by the WoW example. Horde is incredibly evil. Look at them.

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    When i played WOW for a month.. i picked alliance because their quest's were far more developed plot-wise and were more diverse.. and their area's were more exciting to explore. However i liked the Horde more for their crude tribalistic style.. and beside's it's incorrect to call the horde evil.. they are after all lead by a neutral leader with good intentions.
    "Where can you flee? What road will you use to escape us? Our horses are swift, our arrows sharp, our swords like thunderbolts, our hearts as hard as the mountains, our soldiers as numerous as the sand. Fortresses will not detain us, nor arms stop us. Your prayers to God will not avail against us. We are not moved by tears nor touched by lamentations."

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    P, Undead mage. So badass. Hate the way robes/clothing looks though, it drives me insane.



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    I played an undead arcane mage. So technically that puts me on the Horde side. But the only Horde races I actually liked were the Forsaken and the Blood Elves. The others seemed kind of uncivilized. I was kind of amused to note that the reputation I started out with towards the various Horde factions mirrored my own prejudices rather closely.

    The way I ended up choosing my character was kind of funny, though. I was curious and asked myself, "how could they make the game make sense if you're just a marauding, mindless undead creature that shouldn't have any will of their own?" Then I happened to glance over at the Forsaken on the character selection screen... and I noticed that they weren't moving quite like typical undead, and showed signs of being deliberate and conscious in their movements. One particular idle animation of the female Forsaken model, where she glanced around nervously and seemed wary of the environment, reminded me of myself.

    The more I played them, the more I related to them. Their main enemies (the Scarlet Crusaders), are shockingly similar to the people I perceive as my enemies (certain right-wing cultural elements). The idea of building a city in tunnels underneath the ruins of a walled city makes far more sense to me than the locations of the other cities.

    Anyway, sorry for that tangent. My point was, I think the Forsaken and Blood Elves could reasonably be Js, even if the rest of the Horde is P. So I don't think you can determine things solely by faction. I know I wasn't even paying attention to Alliance/Horde when I created my character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I played an undead arcane mage. So technically that puts me on the Horde side. But the only Horde races I actually liked were the Forsaken and the Blood Elves. The others seemed kind of uncivilized. I was kind of amused to note that the reputation I started out with towards the various Horde factions mirrored my own prejudices rather closely.

    The way I ended up choosing my character was kind of funny, though. I was curious and asked myself, "how could they make the game make sense if you're just a marauding, mindless undead creature that shouldn't have any will of their own?" Then I happened to glance over at the Forsaken on the character selection screen... and I noticed that they weren't moving quite like typical undead, and showed signs of being deliberate and conscious in their movements. One particular idle animation of the female Forsaken model, where she glanced around nervously and seemed wary of the environment, reminded me of myself.

    The more I played them, the more I related to them. Their main enemies (the Scarlet Crusaders), are shockingly similar to the people I perceive as my enemies (certain right-wing cultural elements). The idea of building a city in tunnels underneath the ruins of a walled city makes far more sense to me than the locations of the other cities.

    Anyway, sorry for that tangent. My point was, I think the Forsaken and Blood Elves could reasonably be Js, even if the rest of the Horde is P. So I don't think you can determine things solely by faction. I know I wasn't even paying attention to Alliance/Horde when I created my character.
    I relate to your post. I love the Forsaken lore and style. They're all a bunch of crazy chemical scientists coming up with the latest contraption of death, and their morbid humor is phenomenal. I love their backstory as well. Enslaved against their will, they resist and become their own, and vow revenge. Their alliance with the rest of the Horde is tentative at best, their only loyalty is to themselves and their ultimate goal. I like it



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauche View Post
    Well, I wonder if there's a correlation between Judging/Perceiving function and a faction one would choose in World of Warcraft. The basic concept is that Js would choose alliance (which appeal more like the "right side", "those good"), while Ps would choose Horde (maybe more open-minded side, not afraid to be "bad guys" (which actually arent more bad than alliance at all though)). So thats only idea, lets make a poll and see where's the truth
    I've gathered there's extremely strong sentiment against the idealistic decisions to choose the side, and it's actually being laughed at how young kids are so attracted by the nice skins on the allied side, and the nice story about them.

    It isn't so much fun when it troubles the gameplay and balance issues.

    Glad that BG's aren't that important part of the game, and world PvP has almost never been.
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    The Horde have better racial abilities. AOE Silence, AOE stun, break fear... invaluably good in pvp. The human bonus to reputation is nice, though.

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    P Alliance - I was drawn in 01/2005 - most of my friends were Alliance so I rolled alliance as well.

    I must say though I enjoyed playing Horde more before Belfs were introduced. Seems like that drew in a bunch of dopes. Now it's not much different from the Alliance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Glad that BG's aren't that important part of the game, and world PvP has almost never been.
    Well, when they stop Nerfing PVE because people QQ about PVP I'll believe that.

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