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1-18-2009 @ 3:50PM
Thank you thank you thank you thank you for this article! It needed to be said by someone who people will listen to and you did it well.I am so tired of people saying Blizzard doesn't care about lore or they are destroying it.To that I always respond. Blizzard IS warcraft lore. They define the story of their world. They can change and add whatever they want. It's their story and they want to tell it, so let them. If you don't like it, that's fine. Telling these people how to tell THEIR story is not.
1-18-2009 @ 7:06PM
I just ignore the people that say Blizzard is destroying Warcraft Lore. Probably because I've had to deal with people who claim, with a straight face, that George Lucas ruined Star Wars.
1-18-2009 @ 10:26PM
Indeed.People really have to accept that at times, lore just isn't going to go the same way their fanfic does.I'm surprised people got over the gnome's introduction though. It was such a big deal back in the beta, and suddenly people were all down with it.And ditto on the "space shaman" thing. I just don't understand why people are so pissed off about the Draenei when Orcs themselves arrive in Azeroth the same way, Beyond the Dark Portal took the fight to Outland, etc.Oh, and having siege tank and gyrocopter is fine, but not a motorbike? Gnomes and Goblins were building humanoid shredders since 20 years back, but people feel that they should not be riding around on a motorbike..pfft.
1-18-2009 @ 11:05PM
@ DeathPaladinOne word."Midichlorians"Because he made the series, he has the right to do what he wants to do with it, but that doesn't mean he didn't produce crapLucas couldn't have made the prequels any worse if he had deliberately tried to ruin his franchise ;-)
1-19-2009 @ 3:53AM
@amaxewut? he WASN'T trying...?
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