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9-20-2008 @ 2:33PM
World of Warcraft's look and feel just got shit on and tossed out the fucking window. Go ahead and toss in trucks, fighter jets and fucking stealth fighter while we're at it. Oh, and everyone should just get a free guitar the next time their rockband plays. The kids are into guitars and face melting, aren't they? /endnerdrage
9-20-2008 @ 2:45PM
Haha yeah i kinda agree, makes me wonder what the RP community will make of it. Is it considered OOC to turn up to a medieval feast on your chopper?
9-20-2008 @ 2:59PM
Im sorry, if you think this steam punk type bike is ruining the look and feel of World of Warcraft, i think you might of been missing most of the stuff that was in the original game.Flying machines, Steam tanks, Goblin shredders and Mechanostriders have been in since launch.Aswell as things like those and 'worse' in the original Warcraft games and in WoW since.So i dont think, whats basically a mechanical/goblin rocket fuel powered pair of wheels, is that bad.
9-20-2008 @ 3:22PM
The RP people for the most part enjoy it; It's part of Warcraft's lore, after all.
9-20-2008 @ 3:45PM
Before you nerdrage, know your fucking lore first. Thanks.Technology like this have been part of Warcraft since Warcraft II.
9-20-2008 @ 5:19PM
I am an RPer and I think this is awesome, it gives more flavour to engineering profession.
9-23-2008 @ 8:51PM
This commenting system pissed the hell out of me when I see someone with a legitimate opinion get voted down by the drooling masses. I happen to agree that putting in these types of items ruins the lore and feel of the game. What's next? Starships with blue skinned aliens? Oh wait...
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