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4-02-2009 @ 8:43PM
While you may be correct (I admit I didn't count the characters in any quest text windows at all before posting), WoWInsider's paraphrase states "WoW made plenty of mistakes..." (sixth paragraph after the jump) and follows in the next paragraph with "The second mistake is a phrase from the forums: TLDR"Why would Kaplan call the issue a mistake "WoW made" if the rule has been in place since alpha? Wouldn't breaking such a long-standing rule be a mistake made by a quest designer?But even if I am wrong about this, my initial beef with the quote from this article still stands: "all the backstory, throughout Azeroth" includes the RTS titles, which could not have been covered by this rule because it applies only to quest text. I merely meant to point out some hyperbole.
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