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3-25-2010 @ 12:12PM
Wow, just an amazing video. Glad it has some sort of happy ending. Maybe it lost because its too true?
3-25-2010 @ 12:21PM
It should've won tbh.Im not 100% sure what were the rules but sadly I feel that it wasnt on top because it didnt really have "RISE to power" it was more like downfall and founding love or something like this.It had good story. It actually you know.. related to game world and whats happening. Thats why its so good imo. Its not make-a-story like some random guy with random acts. Its something you can RELATE to. Running to meeting stones and think how awesome they are....were... :(
3-25-2010 @ 1:05PM
This machinima is compelling, and beautiful, it opened my eyes as to how priveledged we are as to having these new tools in WotLK, and new features, plus upgraded old features such as in the video, flying mounts at 60, from playing day 1 of The Burning Crusade, I was still a person who had luxury, after hearing the stories of what Vanilla wow players went through, but still, it was harder in TBC than in WotLK now, but as the video points, it brought people closer together, I remember on my old server, half my friends list was created from meeting people in a dungeon group, before they quit, two people I met, One was a lvl 50 mage boosting us lowbies in WC, and his friend was in grp who was low lvl too, we made a real friendship that lasted until they quit in WotLK.But, while I believe this and Boom de yada should've won as well, I think it's because it went over the 3 minute rule, sad, but true :(
3-25-2010 @ 1:17PM
Dude, it's a game. Not some voyage to a new planet.
3-25-2010 @ 2:34PM
@austin: do you even have a clue as to what is going on here, or is it just your daily troll post?this vid (game or not) was extremely well done... and i can't even begin to say enough for the music composition! :D A+, 2 thumbs up, 4.0 gpa, etc, etc... this is one of the best :)
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