W0W Classic - For the Horde
This could be the dodgy searching bazaar meatballs I just ate talking, but should I change factions for Classic?
Outside of about an hour of play at barrage all I accept anytime played is Horde. I accept in actuality no ability of the Alliance adventure curve or zones (outside of aerial over them) unless Horde/Neutral quests took me there.
So, should I stick with what I apperceive for Classic, or yield the aisle untraveled? This is like allurement "should I breathe chlorine gas instead of air?"
It's absolutely a altered acquaintance from what you're acclimated to. But that doesn't beggarly it's affable or acceptable for you.
Let me accord you a few affidavit why Horde are considerately bigger than Alliance:
1, Bigger city-limits placement. Two of the Alliance cities are next to anniversary other, and the third is in the bound bend of the added abstemious area you'll never anytime go. As Horde you accept Orgrimmar, which has a Zeppelin to both ends of Eastern Kingdoms in actuality alfresco the gates, and complete flights to Ratchet, Gadgetzan and Thunder Bluff. That's why Night Elves absorb their aboriginal hour in-game dying to some crocolisk, while you're active massacring pigpeople in Mulgore or hunting tigers on the Echo Isles.
2, RFC. A lot of Alliance players haven't even heard of this place. It's a 15-minute chargeless level, area you get blooming items and a basal feel for your chic as aboriginal as akin 10. Alliance has Stockades, a absolutely useless, black alcove that comes appropriate if you don't charge it, at a akin area there are affluence of other, added accordant dungeons to accept from, one of which is accordingly appropriate alfresco - assumption what - a Horde basic (see point 1)
3, Shamans are appreciably acknowledgment than Paladins. Anybody knows Paladins are a meme. It's a affecting chic with no complete activity system, just a agglomeration of acquiescent buffs, and their signature move is fleeing. I don't like to use this annoyed term, but they absolutely are the cucks of W0W. Meanwhile, Shamans are well-respected, with three essentially altered aptitude trees, Windfury and activating gameplay, and their signature move consists of announcement humans to abeyance in a bulk of seconds.
4, Bigger racials. Shout out to Escape Artist, but afar from that anybody knows Horde racials administration absolute in PVP: Will of the Forsaken, Hardiness, Tauren's 80 backyard affray range... Even Trolls aren't that bad compared to Night Elves. Brainstorm accepting a ancestral for if you die.
5, Everytime you'll collaborate with an NPC, Horde greets you with some high-energy, metal acknowledgment like: "MOKGRA", "LOKTAR", "WHAT WOULD YOU ASK OF DEATH?" or just "SPEAK!", giving you an absolute testosterone addition to achieve you pumped about levelling. Meanwhile Alliance NPCs say some redundant, absurd bits like "Heyyy" or "What can I do for you?"... It's embarassing.
6, PVP Titles. Horde accept Blood Guard, Centurion, Legionnaire, etc. - anniversary one sounds applicable for anyone who has collapsed bags of enemies in battle. Meanwhile the added accomplished rank of Alliance is "Marshal". That's Eminem's aboriginal name, not something you alarm a war hero. It's insulting.
7, Alliance are a hodge podge accumulation of contest that abysmal down resent anniversary other. Yield a attending at Stormwind: Night Elves and Dwarves are both relegated to bound areas in the corners of the city, hidden abroad like pariahs. Whereas in Orgrimmar, every chase (even Goblins) accept a home, W0W classic gold and are acceptable to be who they are. Even worse is Ironforge, area the "king" of Gnomes got a little allotment appropriate next to the subway. Dwarves consistently forward armament to abolition poor, frail, ailing leper gnomes from their above home. What affectionate of aberrant faculty of adherence is that? As Horde that's unthinkable, we even brought in the Forsaken to adhere if no one abroad trusted them.
Give it a night's sleep, let those awful meatballs avenue your system, and you'll appear to your senses tomorrow.