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2-18-2009 @ 2:22PM
“I think the crux of it is that nothing you or your character does can have an actual effect on the Warcraft universe as it is. Whatever happens, at the end of the adventure, everything has to be put back exactly the way it was when it started.”Not at all. We are participating in a story, and ongoing timeline, that does change. Much happens that leaves the world different then it was in at least a few ways. Each expansion so far follows the events of the warcraft universe within specific years. The events of year 26 are what freed the blood elves from their addictions to magic for example and it would be kind of hard to play ignorance of the drastic changes in your daily life. By the end of year 27 (wotlk) the forsaken will have probably freed themselves from Arthas forever and have to find a new purpose in life beyond that revenge, another example. If your character is to live in the world of warcraft, they have to acknowledge the obvious changes to the world around them when the events are happening right?
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