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3-10-2010 @ 4:45PM
Well, it's one of the deeper parts of WoW lore, incorporating into it elements from real-world mysticism that are unfamiliar to many westerners. Thus, it will tend to make less sense to people who are largely ignorant of other cultures and concepts. The more ignorant among them are likely to blame Blizzard's laziness for this, rather than acknowledging their own rather shallow knowledge. When something doesn't make sense to someone, it's usually because the someone it doesn't make sense to is lacking some knowledge, but it's amazing how many people assume the shortcoming is on the other side, implicitly rejecting the idea that there's anything they don't know. If you think you're the center of the universe, it's simply not possible that something doesn't make sense because you're missing something... you are everything, right? Likewise if something is not to your taste, it's due to Blizzard's incompetence for not catering precisely to your tastes, right? :p
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