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5-26-2007 @ 7:30AM
I think this is a really interesting topic! Unfortunately, I haven't really seen much in the way of "in game art" in WoW.I was really excited, however, by The Lord of the Rings Online’s in game music creating feature. I've not actually seen it in action, but I hear that people can jam and even recreate 'real world' music in game... Pretty sweet, if you ask me! I'd pay a few (in game of course) gold to go to a concert in wow for an hour or two, provided the music (or the play, anyone?? Now there's a very possible idea!) was good... I can see it now!! Whole crowds of WoW players going /dance with all the undead up the front headbanging!!LOLIt's a pity (and actually a surprise considering the size of the WoW fanbase) that we don't see more of this kind of thing. There's not even been that much stuff that related back to the real world, from what I've seen. What about a sit in protest to protest 3rd world debt or something. The only thing I can think of like this is that guy (name escapes me) who runs a tongue-in-cheek blog to get people to 'stop the unnecessary slaughter' of WoW critters.Anyway, that's my thoughts!
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