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(HitFix)   'World of Warcraft' movie gets a director. Good News: He directed 'Moon.' Bad News: He directed 'Source Code.'   (hitfix.com) divider line 175
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2013-01-31 10:05:48 AM

FoxKelfonne: Krab: namatad:
and people stealing their tags

And this is why I love guild wars.2. Everyone gets credit who hits it and everyone gets the node.

To be fair, WoW has been moving closer to that lately. Major quest objectives are "shared tag" now, so you don't have to wait for some named mob to respawn just because someone else was fighting it when you got there. I believe the next patch is making the world bosses "Tap to Faction" now too, so as long as your side started the fight, you can jump in and get credit for downing it.

/Plays both games
//Likes them both


I liked wow from Beta til the start of Cata. Played from beta to the introduction of CRZ. After that I finally left. Sucked leaving stormwind at 1pm server only to end up in an Elwynn Forest that was 1am and the RaF person getting dismounted and DC when we changed zones.
 
2013-01-31 10:28:22 AM

FoxKelfonne: I believe the next patch is making the world bosses "Tap to Faction" now too, so as long as your side started the fight, you can jump in and get credit for downing it.


What they really need to fix with the world bosses, like Salyis's Warband, is PvP flagging (on PvE servers) by the sour grapes faction that didn't get their raid group assembled faster than the other faction did. I watched this happen with a raid group my son was in the other day. His raid group (Horde) and an Alliance group started assembling players to kill the Warband. The Horde group assembled more quickly and tagged Galleon. The Alliance group then flagged themselves and when they took AoE damage from the Horde raid group, it flagged the entire Horde raid group. The Alliance group then slaughtered the Horde raid group with the help of the Warband. The Warband/Galleon reset to full health and no tag, and the Alliance group (now full) took it down before all of the Horde players could finish their corpse run and regroup. Total BS.
 
2013-01-31 10:29:43 AM
From the looks of it, the movie will very much be a joint project between Blizzard Entertainment and Legendary Pictures.   Here's the article Blizzard linked in their official announcement, and it has a bit more info.   Chris Metzen, the guy who is in charge of Blizzard's story, is co-producing it.  I'm not sure how typical this is for Video game movies or what it means for the movie's overall quality, but if nothing else it bodes well on the "actually has some resemblance to the source material" department.

Duncan Jones is a relatively new director, but the movies he has made have been well done enough for me to be at least a little hopeful.  He's no Uwe Boll, that's for sure.

On the actual story, I'm hoping they'll be smart and not even attempt to directly adapt any of their games into movie form.  Video games have a certain structure to them that just doesn't translate well onto the screen.  However the Warcraft Universe is much bigger then the games themselves, so they could instead write up a completely new story that takes place either between games or perhaps during the events of a game, but not tied to the overall story.
 
2013-01-31 10:30:27 AM

Krab: FoxKelfonne: Krab: namatad:
and people stealing their tags

And this is why I love guild wars.2. Everyone gets credit who hits it and everyone gets the node.

To be fair, WoW has been moving closer to that lately. Major quest objectives are "shared tag" now, so you don't have to wait for some named mob to respawn just because someone else was fighting it when you got there. I believe the next patch is making the world bosses "Tap to Faction" now too, so as long as your side started the fight, you can jump in and get credit for downing it.

/Plays both games
//Likes them both

I liked wow from Beta til the start of Cata. Played from beta to the introduction of CRZ. After that I finally left. Sucked leaving stormwind at 1pm server only to end up in an Elwynn Forest that was 1am and the RaF person getting dismounted and DC when we changed zones.


Ahh, see, I play on an RP-PvP realm, of which there are maybe something like... 8 in total? So I haven't actually seen any effects of CRZ since they implemented it. (Since they only match you up with matching realm types) In fact, the only bit of the CRZ tech that I've encountered has been positive, since now I can party up with same-faction friends on completely different realms, and quest alongside them without need for realm transfers and whatnot.
 
2013-01-31 10:38:55 AM

FoxKelfonne: Krab: FoxKelfonne: Krab: namatad:
and people stealing their tags

And this is why I love guild wars.2. Everyone gets credit who hits it and everyone gets the node.

To be fair, WoW has been moving closer to that lately. Major quest objectives are "shared tag" now, so you don't have to wait for some named mob to respawn just because someone else was fighting it when you got there. I believe the next patch is making the world bosses "Tap to Faction" now too, so as long as your side started the fight, you can jump in and get credit for downing it.

/Plays both games
//Likes them both

I liked wow from Beta til the start of Cata. Played from beta to the introduction of CRZ. After that I finally left. Sucked leaving stormwind at 1pm server only to end up in an Elwynn Forest that was 1am and the RaF person getting dismounted and DC when we changed zones.

Ahh, see, I play on an RP-PvP realm, of which there are maybe something like... 8 in total? So I haven't actually seen any effects of CRZ since they implemented it. (Since they only match you up with matching realm types) In fact, the only bit of the CRZ tech that I've encountered has been positive, since now I can party up with same-faction friends on completely different realms, and quest alongside them without need for realm transfers and whatnot.


I gave up after the time zone swings and that they were putting PvP and PvE servers together. You never knew where you were landing or zoning into. Then there was the time I got locked out of my toon because the server hosting the zone he was in went down for a day. CRZ just sucks.
 
2013-01-31 10:48:23 AM
WoW movie meh, I'll pass on that./loved Moon and Source Code
 
2013-01-31 11:01:00 AM
It had better have Captain Placholder in it! I'll be damned if I watch a movie where all the characters stand around for five minutes waiting for a boat. Don't even get me started about a flight from Darkshore to Gadgetan!
 
2013-01-31 11:03:00 AM
Snowflake Tubbybottom: I heard Sylvanas is a biatch.

Garrosh agrees, he also called her that in the game.
"Watch your mouth biatch"
 
2013-01-31 11:13:59 AM

naughtyrev: I play WoW. Have since vanilla, played Warcraft 2 & 3 (came too late to the show for 1), but I just can't see myself going to a Warcraft movie. I can't possibly see how they would make it interesting enough. Unless maybe they give me mounts and battle pets and achieves for proving it, but they'll save all that for the people who buy the DVD and they'll put codes in the boxes for redemption.


Actually, that's a pretty savvy idea; enter a code from a paper ticket or online reservation and get stuff in the game...

/ I have no idea how much $$$ that would cost to implement, however....
 
2013-01-31 11:16:38 AM

Forbidden Doughnut: Actually, that's a pretty savvy idea; enter a code from a paper ticket or online reservation and get stuff in the game...

/ I have no idea how much $$$ that would cost to implement, however....



They already do it with TCG stuff.  You cash them in in Booty Bay.
 
2013-01-31 11:21:19 AM
That's nice, WoW still sucks.
 
kab
2013-01-31 11:48:29 AM

Grand PBUH: I will be going to this movie opening night and start yelling out Chuck Norris jokes at random right about 1/4 way through the movie. Then I will tell the people shushing me to stfu noob.


You'd need to do that, and also start asking folks 'do you know why they call it an xbox 360?'
 
2013-01-31 11:51:16 AM

Forbidden Doughnut: Actually, that's a pretty savvy idea; enter a code from a paper ticket or online reservation and get stuff in the game...

/ I have no idea how much $$$ that would cost to implement, however....


Essentially nothing more than the artist and developer time to create the item and implement it. They do it all the time with the card game and new mounts/pets through the store. The community really enjoys when they sell a pet and for the first month or so of the run they give 100% of the proceeds to a charity (they did one for the Sandy relief effort and they did one before that for somewhere else). The devs were talking about how it basically costs them nothing that they weren't already going to be paying for, the community gets something, and they can help out people who need it (no mention of the nice little tax break that Blizzard gets for making a donation on behalf of their customers who buy the mount/pet, but whatever).
 
2013-01-31 11:57:35 AM

Critch: Um, Source Code was farking great. And it sidestepped the entire "This is just like Quantum Leap!" thing by having Scott Bakula in it. And saying "Oh Boy."


Wait, is that true?

<checks Internet>

Damn, now I REALLY like that movie.
 
2013-01-31 12:21:14 PM

FoxKelfonne: Krab: namatad:
and people stealing their tags

And this is why I love guild wars.2. Everyone gets credit who hits it and everyone gets the node.

To be fair, WoW has been moving closer to that lately. Major quest objectives are "shared tag" now, so you don't have to wait for some named mob to respawn just because someone else was fighting it when you got there. I believe the next patch is making the world bosses "Tap to Faction" now too, so as long as your side started the fight, you can jump in and get credit for downing it.

/Plays both games
//Likes them both


I've gotten credit for named mob kills an Ally toon had basically soloed the entire way through and I was just there for the last 5%. It sucks having to wait for certain enemy respawns, sure, but when they're for a daily quest, they generally spawn fast enough that it's not too much of an issue. I remember getting frustrated early on when my gear still sucked and enemies were respawning too fast; I kept aggroing new ones while trying to complete different quests in the same area.

/Easiest thing to do was invite random people doing the same thing that day, set to freeloot, finish in 1/5 of the time.
//The only people who say dungeon/raid queuing killed server community are those that gave up trying to participate in it.
 
2013-01-31 12:44:29 PM
Might work from Arthas' perspective, focusing on his corruption and doubts, culminating in the slaughter of Strathome, which he *thought* was the right move but slowly drives him mad until he finally assumes his position of Lich King.
 
2013-01-31 01:06:16 PM
Shadowknight: Methos

There can be only One!

/I dont think that is the word you are thinking of.
 
2013-01-31 01:12:56 PM

Detinwolf: Might work from Arthas' perspective, focusing on his corruption and doubts, culminating in the slaughter of Strathome, which he *thought* was the right move but slowly drives him mad until he finally assumes his position of Lich King.


And this is part of the problem.
There are tons of different bits and pieces story lines, major and minor. Alliance, Horde, Other, the list goes on and on. They will have to please both factions, or the movie will fail. But there is no way to please both sides, so the movie will fail. Too much attempts at being funny or quirky and it will fail.
The list goes on and on and on.

Two good "choices" would be to go OLD SCHOOL or NEXT SCHOOL.
OLD SCHOOL, back the vanilla days, find a thread where the factions had to work together after fighting, finish and then back to fighting.
Or NEW SCHOOL, skip ahead past MoP to the next expansion (great advert for the new expac!).

MY guess is that in trying to please the most people, they will end up with mediocre crap.
Now, if they hired the writers from the Avengers .... Or someone of the caliber.
 
2013-01-31 01:20:57 PM

GameSprocket: LordJiro: GameSprocket: karmachameleon: I'm not trolling or being sarcastic.  If you like "Tomb Raider" of "Final Fantasy", that's fine, but those are the <i>best</i> video game movies that Hollywood has had to offer.

"Final Fantasy"  was really only game-related in title. "Silent Hill" was not bad from a pure spooky movie aspect. I hadn't played the game at all, but the movie built up a fascinating environment. I had the air raid siren from there as my ring tone for a bit.

Assuming you mean "Spirits Within"...it's just as related to Final Fantasy as any other Final Fantasy game is related to the others (aside from X2 and XIII-2).  FF games haven't exactly had a lot in common with eachother lately, aside from the title and a character named Cid.

I guess. The last time I played Final Fantasy it looked like this:

[images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 512x446]


They've come a long way.  Now they look like this:
media1.gameinformer.com

/hot
//Are you guys implying Street Fighter wasn't a cinematic masterpiece?
///Alright, so it was no Double Dragon, but still...
 
2013-01-31 01:27:45 PM
There is a story line that I thought would be interesting ever since the Burning Crusade expansion. That begins with Draenor blown to shiat, the Exodar having crashed, and something having plowed through Silvermoon City. This would have everything - magic, land (and possibly sea) battles, and space battles. You could use the Exodar arcing across the sky as it descended as a means of introducing different zones and races.  Of course, they would actually need Michael Bay to handle the many boomsplosions such a movie would require.
 
2013-01-31 01:35:48 PM
It'll be female characters with squeaky adolescent male voices in transmogged black mageweave, lots of anti-gay slurs, references to rape, and incredibly bad voice acting for the main characters. All of the Orcs will be voiced by the guy who does the Cookie Monster for Sesame Street and all of the trolls will be voiced by the guy who did Jar Jar Binks.

The plotline is the story of a plucky goblin (played by Fran Drescher) who is grateful to get away from her destroyed home land in one piece, only to find herself surrounded by cookie monsters, Jar Jar Binks, deep voiced fake Indians and arrogant fashionistas. She'll go around killing things more and more wondering why, only to find herself scrabbling on a dirt farm under the watchful eye of a furry.

At the end, she says "The hell with this" and runs off with some rummy at a tropical bar named Whiskey Slim.
 
2013-01-31 02:02:39 PM

Contents Under Pressure: It'll be female characters with squeaky adolescent male voices in transmogged black mageweave, lots of anti-gay slurs, references to rape, and incredibly bad voice acting for the main characters. All of the Orcs will be voiced by the guy who does the Cookie Monster for Sesame Street and all of the trolls will be voiced by the guy who did Jar Jar Binks.

The plotline is the story of a plucky goblin (played by Fran Drescher) who is grateful to get away from her destroyed home land in one piece, only to find herself surrounded by cookie monsters, Jar Jar Binks, deep voiced fake Indians and arrogant fashionistas. She'll go around killing things more and more wondering why, only to find herself scrabbling on a dirt farm under the watchful eye of a furry.

At the end, she says "The hell with this" and runs off with some rummy at a tropical bar named Whiskey Slim.


Ultimately, she'll find herself standing in the desert selling knock-offs of designer handbags and hats.
 
2013-01-31 02:10:39 PM

Critch: Um, Source Code was farking great.  And it sidestepped the entire "This is just like Quantum Leap!" thing by having Scott Bakula in it.  And saying "Oh Boy."

Be interesting to see what movies Subby likes.


I totally missed that, had to Youtube it. I loved Source Code. Moon was boring as hell.
 
2013-01-31 02:14:55 PM

katerbug72: Moon was boring as hell.


I take that back. Moon was good, I was thinking of Love. (saw them both on Netflix the same week)
 
2013-01-31 02:19:57 PM

Celerian: Forbidden Doughnut: Actually, that's a pretty savvy idea; enter a code from a paper ticket or online reservation and get stuff in the game...

/ I have no idea how much $$$ that would cost to implement, however....

Essentially nothing more than the artist and developer time to create the item and implement it. They do it all the time with the card game and new mounts/pets through the store. The community really enjoys when they sell a pet and for the first month or so of the run they give 100% of the proceeds to a charity (they did one for the Sandy relief effort and they did one before that for somewhere else). The devs were talking about how it basically costs them nothing that they weren't already going to be paying for, the community gets something, and they can help out people who need it (no mention of the nice little tax break that Blizzard gets for making a donation on behalf of their customers who buy the mount/pet, but whatever).


I think the main issue is how do you properly disperse the codes rather then making the items themselves.  While it's unlikely it would be impossible, it's still a logistical problem that would cost money to solve.

But I don't think that would be too difficult overall.  Just send theaters who are showing the movie a big box of cards that each have a redeemable code and hand them out to anyone who buys a ticket to the movie.  That way they wouldn't have to worry about any technical limitations on the theater's end.
 
2013-01-31 02:29:02 PM
Fark: It's a movie about WoW.
 
2013-01-31 02:31:10 PM
I suspect a Warcraft film will have nothing specifically doing with the ongoing WoW story - that is, we won't see a story focused around Thrall, Varian, Garrosh or Jiana. Likewise none of the big villians - no Deathwing, Lich King, or Illidian. It won't take place specifically during a major campaign - not during Outland, Northrend or the Catacylsm, nor on Pandaria. It will be a "Vanilla" story - before all that. It will feature new characters, with a possible apperance by one of the above, with focus on the world itself. I suspect it will focus on alliance characters - just easier to relate to a lead human, a dwarf and a gnome. Nelfs will appear but it will be a mysterious thing. It will NOT have a ton of injokes - Blizz is aiming for the mass market here.
 
2013-01-31 03:08:55 PM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: That it's taken this long for Blizzard to agree to a director is good news for those of us who would like to see quality when it's finally released. Then again, Blizzard is the same company who signs off on the horrible, downright awful stories and voice acting within their own games.


Casting
blog.nola.com
As:
 images2.wikia.nocookie.net

Is pure genius...

/Of course casting Jimmy Hong as anything is pure genius... (Lo Pan FTW)
 
2013-01-31 04:19:30 PM
Will the hero spend 2/3 of the moving grinding mob spawns?
 
2013-01-31 04:19:31 PM
A WoW movie but no EQ movie huh? Lame. Also, need to make a freaking Wheel of Time movie already.
 
2013-01-31 04:21:37 PM

Gleeman: Will the hero spend 2/3 of the moving grinding mob spawns?


Movie.

/autocorrect, etc...
 
2013-01-31 04:54:26 PM
Johnny Depp is in talks to star in the movie
 
2013-01-31 05:00:41 PM

had98c: A WoW movie but no EQ movie huh? Lame. Also, need to make a freaking Wheel of Time movie already.


I'm still waiting for a GoBots movie in response to the Transformers movies.
 
2013-01-31 05:21:08 PM
I doubt the script will be anywhere as good as the Diary of Gamon entries crap I wrote or the training of a gnome priest.

/things you write while bored and on painkillers
//gave up WoW before Cataclysm, retired my affliction warlock Vodkamartini. Not missing much I think.
 
2013-01-31 05:27:17 PM

sure haven't: Count me in as Source Code being awesome. Loved that movie.

/NEW Fark controls in the reply box??
//BLARRGRGHHH!!!!! CHANGE BAD


Go to My Fark-Preferances-comment prefrences-unclick enable modern rich text

/Your welcome : )
 
2013-01-31 05:44:06 PM

Old enough to know better: Who're you guys kidding? This is gonna suck like every other videogame movie.


My first thought was, "Oh come on, there's got to be at least one good video game movie out there!"

Unfortunately, Wikipedia is not backing me up on this.
 
2013-01-31 05:47:00 PM

namatad: Shadowknight: Methos

There can be only One!

/I dont think that is the word you are thinking of.


My auto correct wasn't catching it, and I didn't care enough to Google it.  Kudos on the Highlander reference.
 
2013-01-31 05:59:35 PM
There is plenty of lore and lots of great back stories, and quirky humor and in jokes to make a great WoW movie. That isn't what will happen though. The hack writers they hire will do the bare minimum required to make it even recognizable by WoW fans and still be able to call it a "film" just like all of the other game movies.

I hope I'm wrong, but Hollywood is pretty entrenched in lowest common denominator mode these days, and seem happy with churning out garbage just for a big opening weekend.
 
2013-01-31 06:30:56 PM

karmachameleon: I played for 5 years.  Do the math on that if you want, and then state with a straight face that the subscription fee shouldn't be a big deal to anyone.


It's under a grand over 5 years, that is not a lot of money over that period of time.  You can spend that much in a month or two going to bars.   For the time/money entertainment value, MMOs are about the best bang for you buck around.
 
2013-01-31 06:44:11 PM

lilplatinum: karmachameleon: I played for 5 years.  Do the math on that if you want, and then state with a straight face that the subscription fee shouldn't be a big deal to anyone.

It's under a grand over 5 years, that is not a lot of money over that period of time.  You can spend that much in a month or two going to bars.   For the time/money entertainment value, MMOs are about the best bang for you buck around.


if "please gather 20 ass-feathers from the green hukalu birds for me, only one drops every 10 kills by the way." over and over and over and over again...is fun to you.
 
2013-01-31 06:45:22 PM

Old enough to know better: Who're you guys kidding? This is gonna suck like every other videogame movie.


I don't know about that,  the two Tomb Raider movies weren half bad,  nor was the Resident Evil franchise.
 
2013-01-31 06:49:47 PM
The money was never an issue to me- go to one movie a month and you spend more than 14.99. It was the time that I wasted mindlessly grinding rep and raw materials, etc. that bothered me. Granted I did meet a lot of really fun people, but 2 years later, I don't see any of them sitting on my couch having sushi with me. People that I literally worried about and cared about in my real life day in and day out for years just faded back into the anonymous vacuum of the internet never to be heard from again.

Oh well.

Lesson learned, right?
 
2013-01-31 07:00:13 PM

BumpInTheNight: if "please gather 20 ass-feathers from the green hukalu birds for me, only one drops every 10 kills by the way." over and over and over and over again...is fun to you.


I enjoyed WoW back when I played it, being on a pvp server made the monotony of grinding not so monotonous, and when we raided it was a couple nights of weeks with a group I had gamed with for years, so it wasn't life guzzling.   I always viewed it as a way of saving money by not going out and doing shiat, so it was just amusing to here people talk about it as some sort of large fiscal investment.

IMO it was ruined by flying mounts and insta-quing for pvp servers.  I understand thats more convenient for casual PVE, but taking actually being in the world and being able to fly away from trouble just killed world pvp.
 
2013-01-31 07:02:08 PM

lilplatinum: I enjoyed WoW back when I played it, being on a pvp server made the monotony of grinding not so monotonous,


That being said, now that I quit smoking dope I'm not sure I could grind anymore.
 
2013-01-31 07:20:12 PM

quickdraw: I play a lot of WoW but why would I watch some movie based on a video game which is based on LOTR when I could just watch LOTR?


The movie will make double its budget back in China alone.
 
2013-01-31 07:26:47 PM

lilplatinum: karmachameleon: I played for 5 years.  Do the math on that if you want, and then state with a straight face that the subscription fee shouldn't be a big deal to anyone.

It's under a grand over 5 years, that is not a lot of money over that period of time.  You can spend that much in a month or two going to bars.   For the time/money entertainment value, MMOs are about the best bang for you buck around.


Dude.  A thousand dollars.  ON A GAME.  It was usually fun, true, but in hindsight I don't know what I was thinking.
 
2013-01-31 07:45:06 PM

karmachameleon: lilplatinum: karmachameleon: I played for 5 years.  Do the math on that if you want, and then state with a straight face that the subscription fee shouldn't be a big deal to anyone.

It's under a grand over 5 years, that is not a lot of money over that period of time.  You can spend that much in a month or two going to bars.   For the time/money entertainment value, MMOs are about the best bang for you buck around.

Dude.  A thousand dollars.  ON A GAME.  It was usually fun, true, but in hindsight I don't know what I was thinking.


I don't know how much you earn, but even at my low-end wage that would be <.5% of what I would be making over the next 5 years (assuming I never get a raise). A substantial amount, yes, but hardly a footnote in the grand scheme of things. If you enjoyed it during the time you played it, then I'd consider it money well spent.
 
2013-01-31 07:45:54 PM

karmachameleon: lilplatinum: karmachameleon: I played for 5 years.  Do the math on that if you want, and then state with a straight face that the subscription fee shouldn't be a big deal to anyone.

It's under a grand over 5 years, that is not a lot of money over that period of time.  You can spend that much in a month or two going to bars.   For the time/money entertainment value, MMOs are about the best bang for you buck around.

Dude.  A thousand dollars.  ON A GAME.  It was usually fun, true, but in hindsight I don't know what I was thinking.


A thousand bucks over 5 years is not a lot of money.  That's like buying, what, 3 or 4 console games a year?   Drinking 60 or so beers at a bar a year?

Yeah, little shiat adds up if you stretch it out over a long period of time, it doesn't make it a lot of money.  I am willing to bet that among forms of entertainment you spent money on in the past, WoW probably rates as a pretty good deal.
 
2013-01-31 07:59:50 PM

karmachameleon: Old enough to know better: Who're you guys kidding? This is gonna suck like every other videogame movie.

Yup.  There hasn't been one single movie based on a video game that has been any good.

NOT ONE.

And it's not like Hollywood hasn't been trying.  They've made dozens of movies based on video games, and every single last one, without exception, has ranged from terrible to just below average.

I'm not trolling or being sarcastic.  If you like "Tomb Raider" of "Final Fantasy", that's fine, but those are the <i>best</i> video game movies that Hollywood has had to offer.  That pretty much says it all.

Which doesn't mean Jones can't make the first good one.  Someone has to be first.  But given the general track record so far, I won't hold my breath.


I disagree that Hollywood has been trying.  They haven't yet tried to make a good movie out of a video game.  Instead, they turned out lazy cash-in after lazy cash-in.

I will say, though, that Mortal Kombat worked for me, mostly because it didn't try to be something it wasn't.  It was a basic cheesy chop-socky film with Hollywood special effects, and that was everything it needed to be.  The sequel was farking terrible, though.
 
2013-01-31 08:09:58 PM
just hope its better than the Dungeons and Dragons movie.
God that SUCKED.

LOTR sucked too. Elijah Wood. really? smh.
Have zero interest in any Hobbit movie also.

and ppl biatching about the cost of WoW. really? .... really?
Even at minimum wage the cost is 2 hours of work per month.
I think someone mentioned upstream somewhere.... if i wasnt spending 15$ a month playing WoW id be spending a WHOLE LOT MORE doing something else in the same amount of time.
 
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