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8-29-2011 @ 1:36AM
I hate that. I get where Blizzard is coming from with this; books and comics are much easier to tell a side-story in than an MMO (and of course, extra gold income for Blizz), but I find it absolutely annoying when I'm on some quest and I have no idea what or who anyone is talking about... Aggra was a complete surprise to me and the fact that the Emerald Nightmare at its height of power would never be featured in the game was a real disappointment to me; these are just a few examples. I just wish I wouldn't have to read the warcraft novels (I don't find them very well crafted and in general, too fantasy cliché'd) or the comics (never liked American-style comics) to understand parts of the world I love and feel invested in.
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