Oct 25th 2010 11:47PM This video gets me massively excited to play through the Worgen starting zone. The more I watch it, though, the more I start to think that part of the script is a little awkward.
"Do you even remember what you did to your friends? Your kind... haunting the wilds, unchecked, until we found you."
It's just... the connection between those two sentences is kind of vague. Or maybe it's the second sentence alone that seems weird to me. I just can't put a finger on it.
Oct 25th 2010 11:29PM The fact that Gilnean clothing and architecture is more advanced than Stormwind's would bother me, if the evolution of Azeroth's fashion was designed to mirror Earth's.
We just have to accept that their development isn't on the same timeline as our own. For example, in Azeroth, helicopters were invented before motorcycles. To me, it follows that an isolated nation in Azeroth might completely skip what we understand to be centuries of natural design progression.
Oct 24th 2010 6:04PM You raise a valid point, but I think -- and this is just me -- what is meant by "deep and meaningful" refers to Crowley's big question about how much humanity is left in the player's worgen. It underscores an issue that is always raised in fiction with werewolves and all other sorts of deformed, unnatural people: what does it mean, precisely, to be human? are we as humans sometimes no more civilized than beasts?
The goblin cinematic was very touching, certainly, but this one is simply much more focused on kindling introspection, as well as raising questions about human nature.
Jul 14th 2010 7:13PM Greymane sounds like he's got some chubby cheeks, imo.
Also, something about his "L"'s makes it sound like he's trying to swallow his tongue.
Needs more swagger.
Jul 6th 2010 12:38PM You think your relationship with Blizzard is Democratic?
Jun 30th 2010 1:40PM *Sark
Curse you, T9 auto-correct!
Jun 30th 2010 1:34PM /agree regarding the Gloaming Dark. Seeing it on the loot table was a big disappointment.
Btw I'm from one of yesterday's lucky servers, and Halion's actually a ton of fun, despite claims of the opposite that seem to be running rampant in Trade Chan.