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I've always thought about this too.Second!
Haha this was really fun to read :p10 / 10Edit - the reason why this was fun to read was perhaps not exactly what you wrote about, but rather how you wrote it, and how you spieced it with the small conversations. I am not saying the subject was boring, no I would say it was the opposite, but what really caught me was how you managed to express it so smoothly and fun =)
I bet they question their existance and what is their purpose in life. And when they come to a conclusion that almost sounds reasonable, they get a fireball to the face.Excellent blog man. I am so proud of you. *A single tear falls*
Excellent blog, sir. You and I are engineering flying mount brothers.BTW. Sallara, you have to change your Icon. srsly
What's... an applebee?Is it a restaurant?
I just wonder what Ganon's up to.
when i have nothing to do in wow, i go to dalaran and head to the tailoring shop, when that woman says "greeting warlock" i leave the shop and then reenter it, she'd say it again. and i repeat that and try to break my record of her saying that line.other thing i like to do is click on an NPC (preferably a blood elf) and just keep clicking and see what she says after a few clicks. (it's fun i did it with bolvar once)
lol! I do that too.the dranei orphan was fun to click.And what I think about npc's is that after all the repeat in quest and daily routine they just started thinking about matrix and how "somebody" takes advantage of them.Creepy!
It was definitely a good read, gave me a laugh. I dont think about such things, but they are trying to make wow more alive but that's a tough job. AI is something hard to implement. Going around doing their daily jobs and then attacking a foe(that's us). Really hard.