21 definitions by Qit el-Remel

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Solidly built, broad-shouldered in proportion to height; may imply well-padded as well.
She prefers stocky guys over the bishonen type.
by Qit el-Remel April 14, 2009
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.
by Qit el-Remel December 27, 2007
A "holy knight"-type character in a roleplaying game, most notably Dungeons & Dragons and World of Warcraft. Usually has healing and damaging magic.

Must be lawful good in D&D.

In WoW, was originally only available to the Alliance; this changed with the release of the Burning Crusade.

Named for Charlemagne's inner circle of knights.
A blood elf paladin against a draenei shaman...now, that's epic!
by Qit el-Remel December 28, 2007
EncyclopediaDramatica.com is supposedly a Wikipedia parody. It tries to be funny, tries to be offensive, fails miserably at both, and succeeds only at being snotty.
Encyclopedia Dramatica consists mainly of the repeated use of rude words for shock value...rather like a twelve-year-old with more attitude than vocabulary.
by Qit el-Remel April 22, 2008
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.
by Qit el-Remel December 27, 2007
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."
by Qit el-Remel March 20, 2008
Pronounced "dra-nye" or "drah-nye." The only particularly interesting Alliance race in World of Warcraft. Tall and (usually) blue, with tails and cloven hooves. The males of the species look somewhat like Hellboy and have catfish barbels on their faces; the females are much slimmer, leggy, and have horns.

Notable for being the only Alliance race that can play as shamans, for being the only race in the game that can be either shamans or paladins, and for having an inherent healing ability.

Some slang terms are space-goat (from their hooves and a common misconception about their origin), squid-goat (from their hooves and the males' facial barbels), blueberry, and smurf.
Most of my Alliance characters are draenei. The rest of the races are kind of boring.
by Qit el-Remel December 27, 2007

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