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#96 - I don't see why the Alliance would appeal more to 12-year-olds…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/29/2014 on WoW statistics 0
#141 - Crtruban (01/29/2014) [-]
Because if a twelve year old sees some of the best raiders are horde they copy that. Plus you've got the entirety of blood elfs, and how the goblin starter area is very GTA'sh.

I mean my son chose to play as a tauren just because he's never seen one before and thought it was cooler than just one of the non "beast" like races.
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#142 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
I think you read my comment wrong. You're explaining why 12-year-olds would prefer the Horde.

I was asking why they'd prefer the alliance, as tmbg says.
#146 - Crtruban (01/30/2014) [-]
The only aspect I could see is wanting to recreate their favorite mythical characters whether it be Harry Potter, Aragorn, Hiccup(How to train your dragon), ect.

I mean that's why back in the EQ days I made a Dwarf. To try to recreate Gimli as he was my favorite of the fellowship.
#38 - I mean there's a huge difference in how different cultures per…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/29/2014 on Colour within the spectrum 0
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#53 - jefglv (01/29/2014) [-]
Source on the paper?
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#57 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
Just look up Berlin and Kay. They did the fundamental work on the subject. There's a wiki page on the debate here
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistic_relativity_and_the_color_naming_debate
Just check wiki's sources it'll be in there somewhere.
#36 - It's not objectively red, it's culturally decided. Do some res…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/29/2014 on Colour within the spectrum 0
#37 - kimilsung (01/29/2014) [-]
I dont mean naming it red or naming it "the flame color hurr"

For example, a red laser is red. You can call it blue or yellow, but if it's on that spectre is going to be red and look red for any machine or human.
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#38 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
I mean there's a huge difference in how different cultures perceive colour, more specifically the difference between colours, it's not just about having different words.

For instance, the japanese don't see blue and green in the same ways as we do.
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#53 - jefglv (01/29/2014) [-]
Source on the paper?
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#57 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
Just look up Berlin and Kay. They did the fundamental work on the subject. There's a wiki page on the debate here
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistic_relativity_and_the_color_naming_debate
Just check wiki's sources it'll be in there somewhere.
#127 - What a hateful comment. Why would you think this is necessary?… 01/29/2014 on So there is that 0
#34 - No. That's what you consider red to be.  [+] (6 new replies) 01/29/2014 on Colour within the spectrum 0
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#35 - kimilsung (01/29/2014) [-]
No nigga, that is color red. Nothing else.
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#36 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
It's not objectively red, it's culturally decided. Do some research on cross-cultural perception of colours, it's a really eye-opening subject.
#37 - kimilsung (01/29/2014) [-]
I dont mean naming it red or naming it "the flame color hurr"

For example, a red laser is red. You can call it blue or yellow, but if it's on that spectre is going to be red and look red for any machine or human.
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#38 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
I mean there's a huge difference in how different cultures perceive colour, more specifically the difference between colours, it's not just about having different words.

For instance, the japanese don't see blue and green in the same ways as we do.
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#53 - jefglv (01/29/2014) [-]
Source on the paper?
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#57 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
Just look up Berlin and Kay. They did the fundamental work on the subject. There's a wiki page on the debate here
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistic_relativity_and_the_color_naming_debate
Just check wiki's sources it'll be in there somewhere.
#15 - Shiiiiiiieeeeeeeeet 01/29/2014 on Just add zero +1
#19 - Nice try. Very poetic. Doesn't cut it. 01/29/2014 on Colour within the spectrum +1
#16 - Invalid question. Describe red.  [+] (10 new replies) 01/29/2014 on Colour within the spectrum +5
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#32 - kimilsung (01/29/2014) [-]
Red is the color light gets from approximately 620–740 nm on the electromagnetic spectrum
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#34 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
No. That's what you consider red to be.
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#35 - kimilsung (01/29/2014) [-]
No nigga, that is color red. Nothing else.
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#36 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
It's not objectively red, it's culturally decided. Do some research on cross-cultural perception of colours, it's a really eye-opening subject.
#37 - kimilsung (01/29/2014) [-]
I dont mean naming it red or naming it "the flame color hurr"

For example, a red laser is red. You can call it blue or yellow, but if it's on that spectre is going to be red and look red for any machine or human.
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#38 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
I mean there's a huge difference in how different cultures perceive colour, more specifically the difference between colours, it's not just about having different words.

For instance, the japanese don't see blue and green in the same ways as we do.
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#53 - jefglv (01/29/2014) [-]
Source on the paper?
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#57 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
Just look up Berlin and Kay. They did the fundamental work on the subject. There's a wiki page on the debate here
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistic_relativity_and_the_color_naming_debate
Just check wiki's sources it'll be in there somewhere.
#18 - winterguy (01/29/2014) [-]
When you get hit in the nuts really hard, everything becomes red. You see feel and hear red.
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#19 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
Nice try. Very poetic. Doesn't cut it.
#3 - defeating a sandwich only makes it tastier 01/29/2014 on It was right there all along! +2
#17 - What? There are actually more Alliance players than Horde? how…  [+] (11 new replies) 01/29/2014 on WoW statistics +5
#124 - whyunofeellucky (01/29/2014) [-]
Most people that get into Wow usually make Humans, though with MoP I'd imagine that with the Belfs being available with having BC, there would be more hordies.
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#130 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
This puzzles me. Why would most people make humans?
Same with W40K, why does everyone play Space Marines?
#144 - whyunofeellucky (01/29/2014) [-]
I dunno about everyone else, but when I started WoW, I didn't delve into the lore till Wrath, and was a LoTR fan, so I only knew one thing: Orcs are bad.
So I made a Orc hunter named Bazog and thought he would be doing evil shit, but then I found Lord of the Clans and Rise of the Horde, and found out how kickass and noble they are.
So I deleted my Dwarf Hunter and Human Warrior and re-did my Orc into a warrior and a Belf hunter, after a while I made a Belf pally, Orc Shaman and Tauren Druid, and became pro-Horde.
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#148 - ewowo (01/30/2014) [-]
People keep proving my point while evidence disproves it. halp.
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#94 - tmbg (01/29/2014) [-]
12 year olds
#120 - anon (01/29/2014) [-]
Ehhhhhhh. Being on the neutral side Horde is prone to the young crowd(Say 13-24) and tend to have more retards but they're manageable.

Alliance is either extreme young(8-12) or more of the elderly type(32+). There aren't as much retards but when there are god damn are they bad, and usually the fucking GM's dad who is never kicked for that reason.


On the age thing, most kids I've run into actually aren't too bad. Usually if they're poorly skilled giving advice works.

Both sides have ups and downs,and are honestly the same to me. I prefer Alliance at the end of the day due to my favoritism of the dwarves. Cause I mean come on ain't nobody get better beards than those burly bastards.
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#96 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
I don't see why the Alliance would appeal more to 12-year-olds than the Horde.
#141 - Crtruban (01/29/2014) [-]
Because if a twelve year old sees some of the best raiders are horde they copy that. Plus you've got the entirety of blood elfs, and how the goblin starter area is very GTA'sh.

I mean my son chose to play as a tauren just because he's never seen one before and thought it was cooler than just one of the non "beast" like races.
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#142 - ewowo (01/29/2014) [-]
I think you read my comment wrong. You're explaining why 12-year-olds would prefer the Horde.

I was asking why they'd prefer the alliance, as tmbg says.
#146 - Crtruban (01/30/2014) [-]
The only aspect I could see is wanting to recreate their favorite mythical characters whether it be Harry Potter, Aragorn, Hiccup(How to train your dragon), ect.

I mean that's why back in the EQ days I made a Dwarf. To try to recreate Gimli as he was my favorite of the fellowship.
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#37 - captnnorway (01/29/2014) [-]
On the server I play on, it's about 100 allies per horde. Then again, it's about 2 hordes on the server it seems.