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8-26-2011 @ 1:28PM
I think some people need to realize that whether they like it or not, Warcraft *does* have a serious story behind it. You may not like it and that's fine, but some people do. Just go read a KYL article or two and check out the comments. Levity and drama can happily coexist in a story.And I hate it when people trivialize things by saying WoW can never be taken seriously because we have cow-people and space-goats, etc. I think just about any fantasy story could be made to sound undramatic and silly if described a certain way (and it's fun to poke fun at things you like by seeing the silly side sometimes). I, for one, quite enjoy a tale about a certain hairy-footed midget and his gardner trying to destroy some jewelry. Oh and that one where a grown man dresses up like a bat and fights a clown and a penguin with his parents' money.Of course I admit Warcraft has more silliness than most stories, but it also still has a Dark Titan trying to burn down the universe with his demonic army to establish what he believes is the proper cosmic paradigm.I hope that didn't offend anyone. To each their own!
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