Oct 9, 2009

WoW Faction change service

Back in the day - pre bc, I remember creating my first character. Naturally I created a human male warrior and named him Talloch - may he rest in peace /cry. It never occurred to me to create a horde char, they were so damn fuggly! I was no good as a warrior and so created a female human mage named Ameggy - I was much better at maging so I reached level 60 reasonably quickly and became a GM of a really nice levelling guild but mages got hit with the nerf bat and became vending machines. I found it hard then to get groups, I became a bit of a server whore and jumped around a fair bit thinking that it was the game mechanics that were causing my fellow players to be such unwelcoming asshats, I finally landed on Tichondrius (pvp). One day a horde destro lock fell out of the sky and blew me away in around 3 seconds. I realised then that locks were where it was at and maybe it was time to checkout what horde was all about too, I was so sick and tired of Alliance, the constant mewling, cant find a group and losing at AV. BC came out a few weeks later so I stood in Ironforge completely naked and screamed 'Burn in HELL you Ally filth!' and rolled a BELF Lock two seconds later named Sminky - I chose Sminky so that it would strike terror in the hearts of all Alliance!!. I've never looked back and bemoan the wasted time on alliance. I played my lock for ages and still do even though I box now, I love it although I found that the name Sminky wasn't having the desired affect on alliance so I changed her name to Pheardotdead and truly became the terror of av with countless seeds of corruption and topping the damage chart time and again mwahahahahaha - very enjoyable.

I spent 2 years in the Alliance on different servers (5) and have spent approx the same time on horde on around 3 servers. Horde is a completely different culture, there's more cooperation, easier to find groups, more willing to trade, less judgemental, more helpful. There's just something about the faction that attracts more mature players, of course there are exceptions and being such a server whore I can name quite a few. Never on horde have I been in a group on the final boss and the healer shouts 'LEARN2PLAY' and logs, that kind of thing was not a rare occurance in alliance pre bc, with groups just exploding with teen testosterone. I don't know what ally is like now, but it only seems to be ally who I get rude gestures from and level 1 horde alts having a go at me for boxing. Horde just accept me.

Faction change? Only to bring Ameggy over to the dark side

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