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WoW Moviewatch: I'm MT Act I {WoW}

Jul 22nd 2009 6:11PM Ack, here's link for comic: http://ssyangtoki.egloos.com/1658633

WoW Moviewatch: I'm MT Act I {WoW}

Jul 22nd 2009 6:07PM Like Risa said, the opening is a direct spoof of the Saint Seiya opening. Love the main characters flying upwards at the end of the intro.

Here's the source material: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px2zX-M2alQ

Lyrics seems to be fan-dubbed about wow and the show itself... didnt catch much.

The character design reminds me of wow comics done by a Korean artist on his blog; here's one of my favorite comics by him:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px2zX-M2alQ

At least the taurans look really alike.

Mighty Battle: Paladin and Priest Tier 9 sets {WoW}

Jul 22nd 2009 5:42PM Alliance plate shoulders look unique and stand out at least, horde ones look rather... flat and ordinary... not much different compared to say lvl 72 quest blue imo...

Both cloth shoulders look good, just one for spike-lovers and one for um... round-shape lovers... I guess.

The disappearance (maybe) of faction pride {WoW}

May 21st 2009 9:47PM To borrow from the late George Carlin's words:

"...I can never understand ethnic or national pride; cuz to me, pride should be reserved for something you achieve or attain on your own, not something that happens by accident at birth. Being Irish isn't a skill... it's a ----ing genetic accident! You wouldn't say 'I'm proud to be 5'11'', I'm proud to have a predisposition for colon cancer.' So why the ---- would you be proud to be Irish? Or proud to be Italian, or American or anything... hey, if you're happy with it, that's fine, [...] be happy, don't be proud. Too much pride as it is: 'pride goeth before a fall', never forget your proverbs."

That should illustrate Mana's point quite well here.

And I know, bleeping out the F word in a Carlin quote seems ironic, but hey, rules are rules.