Jul 12th 2011 3:04PM Here's a question: Are there any legal issues to think about when writing about WoW lore(or for any series)? For example, as someone looking to start their own blog talking about WoW lore, do I have anything to worry about from Blizzard?
Dec 23rd 2010 4:33PM comment!
Dec 23rd 2010 4:26PM always wanted to try one of these :D
Dec 22nd 2010 5:17PM comment!
Dec 13th 2010 6:52PM How is it any different than how it works in the real world? Granted, most of the time the differences aren't nearly as distinct as the races in WoW, but it's still here. One look at the male angler fish next to a female is pretty much all the proof you need (as The Oatmeal put it so elegantly: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/angler ). There is almost always a difference between a male and female in all species.
One thing I think is lost in WoW is that there is no room for individual variation. Each character, male or female, is exactly the same as the next one of the same sex. Other than hair color and such, we see no differences in body shape like we do in real life. We don't get the chance to see the butch Worgen females or the more girl like figured males in-game. I'd say that lore wise and out of game mechanic limitations, you would see these different body types. Much like how we don't get to see the world of Azeroth in full scale.
Dec 8th 2010 5:02AM post!
Dec 7th 2010 4:16PM Would cetainly be a good collection to add to my bookshelf :D
Dec 7th 2010 4:13PM This would be a pretty good excuse to finally get a WoW hoodie :D
Dec 7th 2010 4:11PM another post made :D
Dec 7th 2010 4:09PM more contest posts :D