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WoW Moviewatch: Exodar Disco

Seems like some folks could use a reminder about the good side of our favorite spacefaring WoW race. Don't worry, folks. Everything's going to be okay. And just to prove it, take a listen to one of the finest WoW filks ever created, and let's go turn that capital city into the Exodar Disco. It's still the best idea to come out of Burning Crusade.
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WoW Moviewatch: Exodar Disco

This one's for Mat McCurley. It's an homage. A salute. A heartfelt hug that when Mr. McCurley goes on his next road trip, he won't accidentally crash into another planet. Mr. McCurley, bust me some moves. That's an order!

Exodar Disco has gone beyond mere machinima. It's an obsession. It singlehandedly inspired huge portions of the WoW Insider staff to give a damn about the draenei. If that's not the power of machinima, I don't know what is.

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WoW Moviewatch: Exodar Disco

Gray let me do Moviewatch today for some reason. Delirium, most likely. It happens to the best of us. The space fever.

Let me tell you a story. The date is Oct. 21, 2010. Draenei enthusiast Mike Sacco, liquor enthusiast Adam Holisky, ImmaTree enthusiast Michael Gray, and Mat McCurley enthusiast Mat McCurley were all busy getting the pre-Blizzcon reader meetup ready to roll at the Anabella hotel. Gray and I began to discuss some of the more ... esoteric WoW machinimas out there. I then proceeded to show Mike Sacco Exodar Disco, because he is a draenei enthusiast and if draenei were real, he'd probably buy one of those Japanese body pillows of one.

But I digress. Exodar Disco is a rerun of Greyfoo's amazingly catchy and fun draenei dance-fest that does a better job with draenei lore than anything in the last four years. This video single-handedly made me appreciate Velen and the draenei race, if only because the visuals were fun and the quality is top-notch Greyfoo polish. Go forth and watch, and remember, many lives were lost to bring you these tab collars.

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Ozruk breaks some mad beats upon his body


There's not much to say other than Ozruk, body-breaker incarnate of the Stonecore, has got some beats he wants to share. I absolutely love boss remixes and cannot wait what this new expansion brings in terms of entertaining songs from the WoW machinima and remix communities.

WoW remixes and songs sometimes have a very powerful effect on me. I've never been a huge fan of the draenei, for instance, until Greyfoo's awesome Exodar Disco, which made me appreciate the race somehow. MrVoletron constantly amazed me with his collection of hits, most notably my favorites "U Face Jaraxxus" and "Bad Girls." There's something about crafting music that makes me appreciate the game even more, especially what all of these creative minds do when they get hold of the game's sound files.

Ozruk has laid down the first mad beats of the expansion. The best part is that it only gets better from here.

Don't forget to check out WoW Insider's guide to the Stonecore so you too can break yourselves upon his body.

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