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3-31-2009 @ 9:23AM
A troll plotline that does one of the following: Avoids their retarded accents. It's cute to hear in game, but reading it is like pulling teeth (this coming from a kid who grew up reading Redwall books from time to time.) Two: does not stylize female trolls into looking like human women with little tusks (C'mon. That's just cheap and unoriginal on the artist's part)Three: has some relevance and could find its way in game as a quest, instance, or plot line. Preferably not casting the troll as a boss, but as a support character, a la Kalecgos. But less bishounen. And corny. And left field. Four: focuses on Loa, shamanism, and other traits of the stories' omnipotent /positive/ forces. The Light can suck my left nut, for all I care about this game's endless spiel about it. Could of sworn their were at least a couple of powerful forces of good in this game's. Maybe the fifth element coming to a head as something more concrete? Five: support characters should be old horde, almost exclusively. If not, than one Forsaken. Maybe a goblin, or two. Or a Dwarf. Mighty convienient that the one Horde that joined Varian happened to have rack and wear nothing more than a few scraps of loincloth sewn together for something we pass as modesty in the entertainment industry these days. As an aside, a plot line about Magatha that is not her sending a cartoony looking Tauren female off to have wacky shenanigens with a gnome would work, too.
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