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5-16-2009 @ 10:45AM
I love how you guys are still referencing World of Fight like it's some new ripoff and not just Warhammer Online.
5-19-2009 @ 7:59PM
I tried not to respond, I really did, but I hate seeing posts like this because people seem to have some psychotic need to cling to incorrectness.Malkovonos - "I love how you guys are still referencing World of Fight like it's some new ripoff and not just Warhammer Online."Warhammer came first. Done. Granted the computer game (the mmo, anyway) came into being after WoW, but the license for Warhammer predates Blizzard's existence by about 20 years, at least. In all honesty, Blizzard wouldn't even exist were it not for Warhammer. They petitioned Games Workshop years and years ago because they wanted to make a Warhammer RTS. At the time, someone else held the license, and Games Workshop told Blizzard it wasn't negotiable at that time. Blizzard, being the enterprising people they are, went off and made their RTS anyway, using the same races as those in Warhammer, but changed the names and a few basic components around in order to make Warhammer. So, in all honesty, World of Fight is to WoW, what WoW is to Warhammer. A simple, semi-knockoff with enough things changed so as to avoid a lawsuit.So please, Warhammer is not a rip-off of WoW. The game and its lore has existed since before the average WoW player was even born.
5-19-2009 @ 8:00PM
Correction - Malkavos. . . sorry, didn't mean to misspell your name.
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