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3-12-2008 @ 3:59PM
I have to agree with this sentiment.I understand that from WC2 on there's been a storyline loosely revolving around how the Eredar built the world and the Burning Legion screwed it over, but do we really have to crash-land a bunch of alien dudes with a weird planet in the sky? Seems like a bit much just to add new races and different zones.Keep it simple, IMO. Add an island off the coast of the mainlands [like Northrend] and add more fantasy races. I'm not saying bring in the Iksar and Frogloks, but something a bit more believable in a fantasy environment.LASERS BELONG IN STARCRAFT.
3-12-2008 @ 4:08PM
The problem isnt that the Exodar is a "space ship" and is out of place in warcraft. The problem is with every twit that thinks it IS a space ship.Its a floating city that used magic to teleport itself from one planet to another, no different than how Dalaran will float in northeren or the Lich King's necropolii float over azeroth. Everyone always overlooks that the horde CAME from another planet. Through a stargate, for all intents and purposes.All the lore of WoW certainly wasnt as developed during WC2, but there were quite clearly sci-fi/fantasy influences in the best traditions of star wars and star trek. People need to quit piling up so many expectations on a universe they didnt invent.
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