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10-21-2011 @ 3:44PM
I don't get it. Why is there all this talk of this concept being "cheesy" or goofy? How is this any different than Native American minotaurs?
10-21-2011 @ 4:03PM
Aislingi, I totally agree with you in spirit. There absolutely is no difference. But there's one catch. In Warcraft III they were used as an in-game jokeIn Blizzard advertisments, they were used as an out-of-game jokeIn Blizzard Xmas art, they've been used as a cutesyIn WoW pets they've been used as a Kung-fu joke pet. So with all the comedy type-casting, they now suffer the brunt of the "Wow... really?" condescention.
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