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2-16-2010 @ 8:20PM
I feel this is the weakest installment so far. I only managed a half-smile, and no actual laughter was produced.
2-16-2010 @ 8:21PM
Have yourself a Dalaran Brownie, then read it again an hour or so later. ;0)
2-16-2010 @ 8:44PM
To be fair, AaFL has to be somewhat in-character as well as amusing. That's part of the charm of the column and why I love it so much. The problem is that Sylvanas herself is so much a tragic figure in WoW and a complete ice queen. [seriously, you touch her and you might as well be fawning over an icicle...a really hot icicle, mind you, and-okay, I ruined my example by melting]So to try and put an amusing light to any part of her character would be fairly difficult for any writer. I think he did well enough, however. A weak AaFL compared to the rest, in your opinion, but an extremely good one considering the character he had to work with, in my own opinion.
2-17-2010 @ 1:55AM
I have to agree, it wasn't the funniest at all. But Sylvanas would be harder than most, and it's not completely bad. Just less funny. Sort of like one of the Police Academy sequels.
2-17-2010 @ 9:10AM
I don't think it would be hard to do one for her when the person is consistent in her portrayal, but a lot of the questions asked her were actually very silly. Perfume, waistline and tabloids? I mean come on, are these really the questions people are asking an undead queen of the damned? A proper question would have been, "What are you going to do now that Arthas has been killed? Your whole reason to be was because of him and your obsession to kill him in revenge is now gone... that's gotta be a stinger."
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