1) People or groups that work together.
2) One of the two factions (the other being the Horde) in World of Warcraft. Consists of humans, three slightly original takes on classic fantasy races, and one genuinely original race. Alliance players are neither inherently less mature nor inherently less likely to gank. Commonly misjudged as the "good" faction.
1) Is there supposed to be an alliance between these nations in this story?
2) Don't believe anyone who claims that only kids play Alliance.
1) Rampaging barbarians.
2) One of the two factions (the other being the Alliance) in World of Warcraft. Consists of three interesting tribal races, some annoyingly twee elves, and some creepy ghouls. Horde players are neither inherently more mature nor inherently more likely to gank. Commonly misjudged as the "evil" faction.
1) Watch out for the rampaging hordes of middle-schoolers.
2) No, the Horde are not "the bad guys." RTFM.
AKA "sin'dorei." The Horde's elves in World of Warcraft; high elves who became addicted to magical energy. Small and fragile-looking, with pale or ruddy complexions and glowing green eyes. Notable for being the only Horde race that can be paladins.
Often reviled for their mincing, languid animations, their snotty voice emotes, and the fact that they often pirouette when jumping.
"I only have one blood elf character, and he's a paladin."
One of the five Horde races in World of Warcraft. Resemble the classic Greek minotaur, only with hooves for feet and three-fingered hands. They have a culture that appears to be based off of several Native American tribes, are the only Horde race that can be druids, and are a blatant rebuke to anyone who misjudges the Horde as the "bad guys."
"You've got Hordies on Tanaris? Cool, I have a tauren druid there!"