WOW Horde

A number of you have asked me, (both in game and on twitter etc) how playing the horde, differs from being an exclusive Alliance player that I was before.
Well, my Horde vs Alliance story goes back some way.

When I first started playing, being a total LOTR dork (even my wedding was LOTR themed), the natural choice for me was a night elf, and since I didn’t entirely agree with nuking fluffies, I thought priest would be a good option for me.
Little did I know that nuking fluffies was part of the game no matter what class or race I chose.

A month or two in, I thought that blood elves looked pretty cool, so I made a hunter, and leveled her a little, but I took one look at Ghostlands, Undercity and a brief look at Orgrimmar, and promptly decided that the horde and it’s cities were way too ugly for me to spend any time in.

In addition to this, before you can fly, Orgrimmar can be totally confusing with all it’s different levels, elevators and zeppelin towers.

Fast forward a few months and I found myself with a handful of alliance alts and declared myself  ”all Alliance”.

Then some guildies and I thought it might be fun to create some new blood elves together, and while we never intended to level them all the way at the start – once we were 5 levels in, I think we were all having so much fun that it seemed silly not to try and take them up through the ranks. Thus Enter the Baboons was born and we’ve since been moonlighting between Horde vs Alliance ever since.

Now that my Warlock is lvl 65, and I’m *FINALLY* able to fly, being in those horde cities is less stressful than it was before. Although I still haven’t found the Honor Points Heirloom vendor…and someone’s helpful reply that it was “above Thralls quarters” though trying to be helpful, was no sodding help at all. 

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