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12-06-2010 @ 1:03PM
Man, from the description and the way it started, I thought it was going to be a video depicting a man going off to fight for the Alliance, only to move from engagement to engagement, finally to return home only when the war has hit us in the heart. The video was great but what I expected, to me, would be so much better. It could start off with him riding off to fight in some classic places, then show him receiving orders to ship off to the Outlands, and from there the orders come to face the new threat in Northrend, and when victory is secured there, and it's time to return home, he gets his orders once again, he's going home, but there's been a cataclysm. You can go either way with it, tragic, where he finds his loved one dead, or you could go with empowering where he returns to her side, but the cataclysm has made everyone a soldier, and she is outfitted in priestly garb as they stand side by side looking to the horizon of their devastated world. It's to bad it's going to be nearly impossible to get new footage of the classic world. Oh well. If anyone wants to steal that idea I'd love to see it =P. Cool video.
12-06-2010 @ 1:26PM
@Slaign:You know, that's true. Deathwing has made everyone a soldier. There was a bit of a sense of that with this video, with the montage of various Alliance heroes, and the first shot of the priest during that part I at first thought was the female in the video, either now or in her youth (going on the "it's his mother" bandwagon).One thing I would have changed though; I doubt she'd have been a priest. It's a bit TOO cliche, and besides, she's from Westfall too. That's Rogue country.
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