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Now, I could make an anti-Alliance comment here...
no horde no good.
Wow, some of you have no class nor manners. I appreciate that Noxy shared this with us, even if I'm not an alliance player. It seemed pretty clear to me that she posted it as a kind holiday gesture with Warcraft flavor and it saddens me how some of you have treated it like it was nothing but garbage. How would you feel if you gave someone a Christmas card and they threw it back at your face, saying "wtf, this art sucks, give me one of my exact specifications instead--and I celebrate Hanukkah, you jerk!"Doesn't feel too good, does it?It's the thought that counts, people. It's a time for giving and getting into the holiday spirit! Thank you Noxy and Happy Holidays to everyone--yes, even the trolls. You guys just need a hug.
nice pic. :) new wallpaper here!
Eye-candy? How is this eye-candy? More like eye-poison to me. Should make a male version of this ;)Very well done drawn though :D
duuuuuuuude thats sweet man
It depresses me that this thread has attracted so many trolls, when all it is, really, is an extension of Noxy's regular comic blog posts.Although, to add to the "discussion", if that's what it can be called, I'm glad to see that this is a Christmas present. Over recent years, political correctness has reached a point where companies, for some ridiculous reasons, are obliged to settle for this sterile "Happy holidays" nonsense."Happy Holidays" is devoid of the warmth and comradeship implied by "Christmas" -- and just because the implication is rooted in a particular word which happens to be tied to a particular religious belief, that is not an instant exclusion of other faiths. Personally, I use the term "Merry Christmas" for the precise opposite: including others in my celebration, regardless of what they believe; and I would like, more often, to receive a reply of "Happy Hannukah " -- that the person is greeting me from their viewpoint, rather than conforming to mine out of a twisted sense of politeness.But then there is far too much cynicism in the world for such a system to work. Instead, we have "Happy Holidays". Trying to include them all in a single phrase shows a lack of respect for, or understanding of, the diversities and uniqueness in each of them.Therefore, Merry Christmas, or, in the words of my housemate, "Whatever you're having yourself."
And gnomes and dwarves got it goin' on? We have blood elves!