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1-20-2010 @ 12:11PM
Who's Varian? Who's Garrosh? Who's Saurfang? Who's Thrall?The Alliance needs Turalyon back.
1-20-2010 @ 1:06PM
Definitely. I am of the opinion that Blizzard should expand the Warcraft universe based on old, established lore, instead of adding new things that appear out of thin air. Don't get me wrong, new can be refreshing. I just think having an established back-story adds extra!PS: Tell Danath Trollbane to get his bum back to Stromgarde
1-20-2010 @ 3:04PM
@ Johan Forn:Bear in mind that the "old, established lore" appeared out of thin air too. *grin* All lore was new at some point, and whether it's something that comes from way back in the first game or stuff new to WoW, its age is irrelevant to whether it's good or not.Granted, I do agree with you - I'd love to see more stuff happening in WoW that comes from the First and Second Wars, and I also love that we're dealing with Arthas, a storyline that began in WC3. I've just seen the viewpoint too many times that anything in WoW is inferior lore-wise, and I really dislike it.
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