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1-26-2010 @ 2:46PM
I think the NPC's of the game take the time to go and visit friends and family in other MMO's: Varian takes off his armor, grabs his tights, and heads over to City of Heroes; all the game's goblins and ethereals head over to EVE Online to take classes in business administration; gnomes all run back home to MapleStory; the dragons head back to D&D online, (their day jobs in WoW being the reason that they're absent from it most of the time...); the dwarves get really drunk and go to various fantasy based MMO's, but their intoxicated state means that many of them get mixed up on the way back and wind up in Warhammer Online; Garrosh goes over to Age of Conan where he's routinely pwned in PvP by characters many levels lower than him, (explains a lot, doesn't it?); and Illidan, Kaelthas, and Ragnaros head over to Everquest to commiserate with other game characters no one cares about any more.Of course, not all the world's NPC's end up in other games; some visit other parts of the internet: Kel'Thuzad, C'Thun, Anub'arak, and Zul'jin have a weekly self-help meeting at the UAA site, (Unneccessary Apostrophes Anonymous), Saurfang likes to go hang out with the lolcats, and of course, the trolls like to hang out in game forums.
1-26-2010 @ 4:11PM
This is probably the truth.Actually, it just graduated to The Truth.
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