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Blizzard Holiday Party 2012: Nick Carpenter Designs 20th Anniversary Award

Every five years, Blizzard gives their employees a special award for their service.

During the Christmas Holiday 2012 party held last night, Blizzard Entertainment executive art director Nick Carpenter unveiled the 20th Year Employee Award given to all veteran employees.

Nick, who oversees the awesome cinematics department, designed the award dubbed "The Crown of Eternal Dedication".

The award is manufactured by WETA Workshop, the New Zealand-based company that produces the weapons, armor and vehicles for Lord of the Rings Trilogy and James Cameron's Avatar film.

Nick Carpenter sent Blizzplanet a screenshot of the 3D file, and the final WETA product. (Diablo III, PC, Starcraft II, StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty, World of Warcraft, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria)

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