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2-06-2008 @ 7:46PM
I thought much the same when the first one came around, that there should be a special, thematic element to the holiday that varies each year depending on which year in the Zodiac it now is. Obviously, I wouldn't expect it to make a full cycle before we're all playing Warcraft IV or V and WoW II, but still.Also, to your other comment, I got that it's a part of Mr Chew's cultural heritage, I just wonder why it's an article for a column that's not meaningfully connected to the subject or even much referenced in the article. I don't know, maybe it would have been better in his Bloodsport column, giving some fun ideas on how to use holiday items, particularly Lunar Festival ones, to distract and annoy opponents in the arena, supplementing it with the real life background of the holiday. That would have kicked arse _and_ been on topic. *shrug*
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