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2-20-2012 @ 7:28PM
All I want is some Hutt-ball-style narration in a new WoW battleground for Mists.Then I will be very happy.
2-20-2012 @ 7:31PM
Oh, yes, and some tinkering so that everyone has the same base stats and it's not a mass of oneshotting like it is right now.
2-20-2012 @ 7:47PM
God I love the Huttball announcer. The voice is half the reason I love Huttball so much. I think Steve Blum is having the time of his freaking life in that role. I love lines like "And no kicking--Hutts don't have feet! Show our sponsor the respect he deserves!" And anything where he insults one of the teams for failure. "Frogdog pass goes nowhere fast!", chuckling as he says it, like he's mocking the player who failed.And when one team is losing badly(ie the enemy scores twice in a couple minutes), he yells(as example) "Looks like the Rotworms have a new strategy: Let the Frogdogs win!".Did I mention I love that announcer?To tie it to WoW, imagine a silly Gnome/Goblin themed battleground, with some crazy gnome and/or goblin(maybe a pair) giving over the top commentary on everything that happens.
2-20-2012 @ 10:37PM
@roguejediif you like the huttball anouncer, then monday night combat is even better. personally i think that was the inspiration for huttball's announcer.personally i think michael gray might be exaggerating a bit (or just unlucky and hitting premades) but the pure number of CCs is a bit out there. imagine everyone around you has either lifegrip or deathgrip, a 50% snare, and a 3-5 sec stun on relatively short cds. but im loving pvp on my balance jedi sage ( think shadow priest)
2-21-2012 @ 6:26AM
The MNC announcer is amazing, no question. However I think the Sega Soccer Slam one predates him and has plenty of Snarky Goodness :)
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