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11-10-2010 @ 10:20AM
It's weird to see such epic and emotional moments paraphrased here in the words and manner of someone like Jubilee from the X Men. I can hear her bubble gum popping as she blows bubbles in between words while reading this. It's easy to follow for people who otherwise don't care about this stuff I suppose, but the I'd just like to see the feelings this story inspires in me reciprocated in others I guess.
11-10-2010 @ 10:35AM
You mean the feelings inspired by, say, playing Warcraft III?Don't worry, those of us who didn't know the story, but want a clearer picture, will go play the game. I think Rossi did a great job, personally, as he always does. It doesn't read like a history book, which I think anyone can appreciate.
11-10-2010 @ 10:48AM
How the hell can you read a Rossi-written KYL and not be inspired/moved? Would you rather Knaak himself write these things?
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