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6-15-2011 @ 4:37PM
Mind, blown. This is what's great about World of Warcraft. The depth of the story that, however unintended by the writers, developers and producers, is. A friend of mine asked me once why I play WoW (or any other MMORPG). I responded with a question. I asked if he enjoyed reading novels, fiction books. His response was obviously yes; I replied, imagine being a character in an epic novel, imagine being able to actively participate in the story, that's why I play. Seemed like a good answer to me, and reading well written, well thought out articles like this make that thought all the more relevant to me.
6-15-2011 @ 4:46PM
The unintentional stuff is usually the BEST stuff. I've found that to be true in movies, comics, games, art, writing and D&D.The trick is when someone points out something unintended, being able to take credit for it without sounding like you full of it. :P
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