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11-06-2011 @ 10:39AM
Of course, Tael, but that doesn't mean I like it. At least in my perception, Warcraft is among the more "modern" works of fiction that, when they touch the subject, treat racism as a rather negative trait, and/or explain the motives, not to justify, but to explain. And of course the actual racial slurs are rare (as opposed to general faction insults)But it somehow still feels "wrong", it has to much importance in a world that was already so diverse before the wars (after the retcons)In my opinion, of course.
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