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It's Mother's day in Brazil too!But we are all at home, so alt raids and wowhead. Yeah!
most of those from the link i agree with. I just can't think up any other people that would also be good in those roles. I wonder who the main villian will be. It would pretty cool if it was a villain that everyone, the Horde, Alliance along with past foes such as Illidan from BC and Arthas from WoLK had to work together to defeat. Someone even bigger than Deathwing like an Old God or Titan.
naxx 25 meta mount achievement.it was quite easy as current content, i feel they should have done this with every raid meta mount.
WOW is akin to lord of the rings in scale and possibly more so. There are so many raid bosses and so many story lines that a single movie simply won't cut it. To do WOW justice in movie form would require a 6 to 9 part series of movies to even come close to capturing the scope of the game.Also this movie, as all movies based on games, will fail horribly simply for the fact that blizz and people in general try to figure out what actor is gonna play what role. I have always been of the firm belief that if you are going to make a movie keep it close to the source medium. That means making the movie in full cg like the blizz mini movies are for each expansion or "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within", james cameron's Avatar. Any one who thinks some scrawny little twig of an actor (even with bodybuilding) can do justice playing Thrall or any other muscular "hulk like" orc or tauren for that matter is kidding them selves. The characters in WOW are larger then life, and certainly larger then any humans in the game. Not to mention that if blizz splits the movie into a 6 part series and they use real actors you always run the risk of actors dieing half way thru the shoot or swapping out an actor playing a character between movies like the early 90's Batman series (Michel keaton, george clooney, val Kilmer)It's sad knowing statistically this movie is more then likely to fail and fall short. Especially when it has everything going for it art and lore wise.