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2-03-2008 @ 2:49PM
This is a big problem with the lore that comes out of there as well - which is one thing I've always disliked about the site (it would be ok if people didn't always take the site as gospel). I mean, I've seen things as bad as Flamewakers from MC being called "Fire Naga" who were originally Dark Iron Dwarves transformed by Ragnaros, who, by the way, was called an Old God. I've seen WarCraft 3 bonus maps taken as real lore. I've seen D&D creatures (some as lame as Leprechans!) added because the Monster Manual suppliment of the WarCraft RPG line has an appendix for adapting regular D&D monsters for the WarCraft setting. It's rediculous crap like this that confuses everyone. Overall though, as long as people go there with a bit of skepticism (which should be true of ALL wikis), it's not a bad site.
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