They are generally fanatical, crazy and have no lives. During conventions such as Blizzcon the players scream out insanely to support the Horde, showing how mentally far gone they are.
Horde are a pretty barbaric lame faction, so what the Blizzard team keeps doing is taking stuff from the Alliance and putting it with the Horde.
-Khadgar, the Alliance's heroic archmage who nearly sacrificed his life to destroy the Horde. Now he's neutral and Horde friendly.
-Blood Elves; Quel'thalas (the blood elf homeland) has traditionally been Alliance and friendly to humanity for thousands of years in the story. The humans saved the blood elves twice, from their hated enemies trolls. Now blood elves were given some weird, bad story and shoved into the Horde, and suddenly hate the Alliance. They say they were betrayed, but that isn't true. Their prince Kael was charged with treason in Warcraft 3, and now in World of Warcraft blood elf players fight Kael anyway. So this betrayal nonsense is bullshit.
-Dalaran, a member of the Alliance since Warcraft 2. Even in current pre-Wrath of the Lich King (expansion pack) Warcraft, Dalaran is Alliance. There are Horde quests to kill these Dalaran Magi, and they fight a war against the Forsaken. Since Horde are too lame as it is, in the expansion Dalaran will be made neutral to them.
-Paladins. All of a sudden the Holy Light is like jet fuel and blood elves are happy in the pants with it.
A lot more will likely be taken from the Alliance and thrown in with the smelly, animalistic Horde in the future, so stay tuned.
Horde can also be defined as gankers, people with no lives, losers, or just plain old farts.
Metzen: "Lorelol guyz."
Elf: "For the - Horde? Rawr!"
*Gets naked and dances on mailbox* -World of Warcraft
"No thanks, I'm too busy trying to score with this goat." - Alliance Player
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.
2) No, the Horde are not "the bad guys." RTFM.
the four original races being:
Orcs: typically played by fat men and butch lesbians
Trolls: most underplayed race, only played by white rastamen
Undead: typically played by wannabe faggoths
there is one exception to this generalization that being the blood elf race, added in burning crusade to attract flaming homosexuals to the world of warcraft it did in fact work wonders though most of said homosexuals were bi curious 12 year olds who love to whine about their problems in ventrilo
"omg guyz we can't do 10 man naxx cause i have school tomorrow and it's soooo hard"_typical horde player
"so yeah, i dressed up as a blood elf and marched in the gay pride parade today"_typical horde player