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9-26-2009 @ 11:02PM
Warlocks are not emo. From a lore perspective, we're mages that decided magehood in all its flimsy squishy die-in-a-strong-wind glory wasn't going to work, and set about bending demons and all things evil to our destructive and generally mean will. Goth kids maybe. Maybe the freak in the back that wears a trench coat even in July. But to be emo, we'd have to have emotion beyond our general hatred of every living breathing thing in all of Azeroth. Oh, and to the mage threatening to torture us Warlocks into confessing to molestation... You realize we'll readily admit to using you as a chew toy for our fel hunters and sucking your soul from your body in tiny pieces, right? Equally effective for you in court, and let's face it, attempts to torture us will only result in you becoming a fel puppy chew toy, filling my shard bag, and suffering a death of exploding fire while you run around screaming in fear for your minuscule, unimportant, squishy little life. (in other news, as always, good article Mr Belt, though I believe Mr Hobbs will finally provide us a counter to your Warlock hate and muster the troops to execute the Grand Master Plan of Warlock Domination. =P )
9-28-2009 @ 1:30AM
The grand master plan where warlocks get made into humanoid bidets and protein bars by the demons they've tried to keep under control?
9-28-2009 @ 11:35AM
@TurtleheadExhibit A: Wilfred Fizzlebang.
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