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2-04-2009 @ 6:44PM
Legendary can also just mean something extremely well known or famous or renowned. The item itself might justify such a title, but it has more to do with the wielder. The warglaives are sweet, yes, but isn't their coolness derived more from the fact that you had to pry them out of Illidan's cold, dead hands? Medivh could've walked around with a day-glo yard stick and it would still be wicked sweet because he's the Guardian of Tirisfal. It isn't that the Holy Grail is the uber-cup, it is that it was at the Last Supper. It is a normal cup (and if you don't think so, well, you're going to shrivel up and die, you Nazi-lackey), the power of which derives from who used it, not that it has a certain ilvl of cup-ness.
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