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11-20-2009 @ 11:17AM
Azeroth is getting way way too cutesy. I understand I could try to ignore this crap, but I can't. It's in my face everywhere you look, and damnit, there's Achievements! Please turn this back into a fantasy world.
11-20-2009 @ 11:28AM
Okay, it's a fantasy world again....Oh, the pie and turkey? Well, this is our provisions for our epic fantasy adventure into the wild unknowns of Azeroth. *snarf*Mm...this will make the Warrior in you mighty. Mighty full! Ahhh...And before you say anything, remember...the fact that Azeroth HAS holidays like this is what makes it a really good fantasy world. It makes it feel more alive...ever-changing.
11-20-2009 @ 11:36AM
I agree. I like the reminders that the people we're saving are...you know...people. They have hopes, dreams, wishes, holidays they have fond childhood memories of. I'm always baffled that people cry for a more "realistic" game world then complain when they get it when realism comes in the form of "sometimes, people get silly".
11-20-2009 @ 11:40AM
Azeroth is serious business.
11-20-2009 @ 2:19PM
This is completely fantasy-based."Red Warrior needs food badly!"
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