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1-17-2012 @ 8:05AM
definitely tyrande, its almost like her accent is draenei-esque. id also kick thrall for sure, if we needed to tell a party member we need to advance after every pull, id shoot myself. especiallyi it was the tank..
1-17-2012 @ 8:50AM
What is bad about an accent? Xenophobic?
1-17-2012 @ 9:25AM
She does not sound like any Night Elf in the game...that is what is so bad.I expect her to sound like a player Night Elf--which she has the entire time--or like Azshara. Not like whatever the hell she is doing with the weird accent.I did not play WCIII so I am not happy she has the same accent she apparently had there. My only experience is WoW and it seems vastly out of place.
1-17-2012 @ 10:20AM
I personally like Tyrande, but Thrall's got to go until:1. He gets an epic ground mount or a better wolf form. I mean, seriously. One of the best shaman of all time and he runs around looking like a scruffy little coyote.2. Can pull his own weight in DS, specifically on the final fight. If the dragon aspects can help out Thrall can toss me a heal.
1-17-2012 @ 10:56AM
I thought Tyrande was Indian. She sure sounds like one. Other than that I don't care, she's hot :pThrall on the other hand, has to go. You have to push him on every pull, and he doesn't even have a mount.
1-18-2012 @ 12:59AM
Ugh, her accent is so annoying. They could have at least gotten a voice actor who sounded a little like wc3 tyrande, rather than getting one who sounds like she was rejected from the draenei voice actor casting call...
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