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3-25-2010 @ 2:58PM
(From the official rules and description of the contest:)"We're looking for players to produce movies set in Azeroth, focusing on the rise to power of your favorite villain, hero, or even yourself."(From the article by Michael Gray:)"In the face of someone else's rise to power, his own living is destroyed."NOWHERE does the description of the contest state that the figure for that rise to power must be shown, or even humanoid; ergo, your argument is invalid whereas Mr. Gray was right on the mark.In this video, we have one person, a dwarf, who was rising to power, but someone else's rise to power took his own and left him bereft. Further, that same rise to power destroyed someone else's career and dignity, yet in the shadow of this specter, these two found one another and kindled something that had heretofore been missing - romance, love, peace and tranquility - something that all the power in the world can't give you.Your statement, "your statement of "It does not, however, by any stretch of the imagination, embody the theme of a Rise to Power," has just been succinctly disproved. It therefore strikes me that it is you, Eliezer, who seems to have difficulty in understanding subtleties. Your further harsh criticism and sarcasm was completely unwarranted, so enjoy eating your crow.
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