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2-23-2010 @ 2:35PM
In a perfect world, they could tell the story in game. But MMORPGs, as many lore fans have learned, are not the best mediums to portray a story. The world cannot really change (though Blizzard has made great strides towards remedying this), EVERYONE must be the hero, you kill far more characters than you have time to create and build up, and there are so many "cooks in the kitchen" writing quests you're bound to have conflict of ideas.At least the story is getting TOLD, and told better than it probably could in game. Without the comics and novels, we'd probably get far, far less lore and storyline progression overall. It's the lesser of two evils.
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