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4-16-2009 @ 12:59PM
fear of Bloodelves? You have got to be kidding me...
4-16-2009 @ 1:09PM
They stand in a scary pose. Say scary things. Got scary ears. Got wannabe DB hairstyles and they are acting scary too... And everyone loves them for some reason >.
4-16-2009 @ 1:14PM
Well, I guess a fear of Blood Elves is common these days. They appear in pretty much every machinima reviewed by WoWinsider, and they are very likely to claw your eyes out. That goes for the female blood elves, too.
4-16-2009 @ 1:42PM
I don't love them but i think fear or them is like the fear of peanut butter or frogs.. Silly I also wish they would make a MALE bloodelf already
4-16-2009 @ 2:19PM
Fear blood elves, yes. I'm guessing from your comments that you're just not old enough to understand why you would fear something if it can't kick your ass, but the fact of the matter is, you have much more to fear from the things that can't. Nothing can destroy you more completely than something apparently fragile but achingly beautiful.I'm also reminded of the old quote from Abe Lincoln, "A woman is the only thing I am afraid of that I know will not hurt me." But of course, it's physical hurt he's talking about. Some pain is much deeper...
4-16-2009 @ 9:59PM
Okay, by fear I mean dislike kinda but ofc i'm afriad of them. I mean by look of thier scary poses o.O srsly blizz can't keep on mixing up the male and the famle poses. It just dosn't look right :| . But ofc I have nothing against people playing as them or what ever. I just dislike the way they look, talk and act. I mean would you really like to meet a belf all alone in a dark alley in the middle of a night? Don't think so :P. And I don't know about old enough, atleast i'm 16 but I don't really know what you compare to.
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