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9-20-2008 @ 3:18PM
I did play WC3 and I know about the zeppelins and tranis and steam tanks and all that... but a motorcycle still seems a little too modernistic :PI mean, we had model T's wayyy before we had Hell's Angels.I would accept the bikes, IF they had steam and soot gushing out of them and looked like a mad gnome put them together.
9-20-2008 @ 3:53PM
The Model T was first introduced in 1908; the Hildebrand & Wolfmüller motorcycle, the first commercially available motorcycle, went on sale in 1894.
9-21-2008 @ 1:40AM
"I mean, we had model T's wayyy before we had Hell's Angels."the problem with your argument, and all arguments like it. is that you are trying to compare Azeroth's technological timeline to Earth's.mistake number one is confusing a fantasy world with the real world.mistake number two is thinking your oppinion has more clout than the people that designed the world of Azeroth.make up your own fantasy world, and you can decide what technological achievements have been made in it.
9-21-2008 @ 1:50AM
"The Model T was first introduced in 1908; the Hildebrand & Wolfmüller motorcycle, the first commercially available motorcycle, went on sale in 1894."it should also be pointed out that the Model T was not the first car in the world. just the first car that was mass produced.zep sure knows his history eh?
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