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4-25-2011 @ 12:26AM
"It would have been far more constructive, in my opinion, to offer both sides of the conflict in a longer, single article; even if it took longer to write and pushed the release back a week."And yet that is *exactly* how Blizzard chose to tell this story. I for one salute the author to reimagine that kind of inciteful storytelling by splitting up the article about it as well. There is no *one* Azeroth anymore - not only the land has been sundered, people(s) have been as well.
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