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6-07-2009 @ 5:29PM
Less explodey-end-of-the-world doesnt have to mean less epic. If Arthas isn't stopped it will mean the end of Azeroth, just in a more drawn-out nightmarish way than a Titan pressing a big red button. I often prefer the more personal touch than the unstoppable nightmare approach.For example, the 3rd season of Buffy was always my favourite, although it was one of the few series that didnt involve saving the entire world in a dramatic fashion. Instead it involved stopping a (very well developed) villain becoming a daemon, and slayer-turned-evil. That personal form of evil, which Artha/Lich King seriously commands, feels more epic to me.
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